Bonded tooth under veneer feels very different - like it is clamped down.
Doctor Answers 3
You need to discusss your concerns with the dentist who performed your work
This is a question that cannot be answered without more information. While it is common to have sensitivity for weeks after dental treatment, any strange feeling that would make you want to "pull the tooth out" should be evaluated. The solution could be as simple as a minor bite adjustment
Still in pain #DrSarahThompson
Sorry to hear that you're in pain, but I would recommend going back to the dentist that did the filling and ask him/her to re-examine it. You may need 1 of three things done:
#1 - Simple adjustment of the filling. To make sure that your tooth is not hitting the opposing tooth.
#2 - Have the filling taken out and redone.
#3 - Have a root canal, then another veneer or crown placed.
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