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This is a video brought to you by Nebraska Family Dentistry, Located in the Lincoln, Nebraska area. https://nebraskafamilydentistry.com

In this video our hygienist in Lincoln, NE answers CAQ “Why do teeth become sensitive to cold and hot after recent dental fillings?”

Usually small to medium sized cavities do not hurt. After the tooth has been treated with a filling, the body responds by creating short-term inflammation as an effort to heal the area. This is true of any part of the body after an operation. If this discomfort does not eventually subside, the tooth may not have responded normally to the treatment. In cases where the tooth responds by

creating chronic inflammation over a long period of time, it is possible that the tooth was unable to heal and will require a root canal. If this occurs, it is important to call us to examine the area and help you determine if further treatment is necessary.

How long will my tooth hurt after a dental filling?
A: Every patient is different, and it can depend on the treatment performed. In most cases, symptoms will improve within a few days or weeks. It can take up to eight weeks for the acute inflammation to subside. If you are still experiencing symptoms months after the treatment, it is possible that the tooth was unable to recover properly and chronic inflammation set in, requiring further treatment.

CAQ: What is the best sensitivity prevention toothpaste to stop toothaches after dental work?
Sensodyne is a great option, but any brand that contains fluoride and potassium nitrate are effective in reducing sensitivity. Crest sensi-stop strips are also a great option.

CAQ: I have a toothache after a dental filling, Do I need a root canal?
It is common to experience some discomfort for a few weeks or months after a filling. This is a normal part of the healing process. If this discomfort does not subside over time, it is possible that the nerve did not respond normally to the treatment and has developed chronic inflammation. When this happens, sometimes a root canal is the best option to save the tooth.

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