I had a cracked filling on #30, had rt canal (two parter) no pain what so ever afterwards. The temp was on for about 3 months before permanant went on. Still no pain. After permanant went on pain started. The tooth is sore! Not the gum, just the tooth. Then the other teeth started "hitting" like the entire mouth was shifting. My front teeth are clicking. The crown has been ground down twice by the dentist, twice by the endontonist, more xrays. Have been on dexamenosone twice. It seems to hurt more afterwards. No one will take the tooth off, which is what I want. One guys says it could be the tooth next to it. But it hurts when I just tap the tooth. What is going on! I am starting to go insane! The only time my mouth seems to relax into normal position is at night, the bite is ok in the am, but get worse as the day goes on.View Thread
Thanks..neither the Dentist nor the Endo seem to think there is a problem, so I will be going to someone else anyway, might as well start with a Prosthodontist..never heard of that specialty.View Thread
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