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Posted by Melyssa on September 28, 2000 at 13:35:27:

Nine months ago, I had two fillings from a new dentist. Since then, those two teeth have been sensitive to cold and biting pressure. I've been back to that dentist, who said that it was probably due to jaw tension (which I've never had in my life and don't believe is the cause). Unlike my previous fillings, which were silver and never caused me a problem, these are tooth-colored. (I was not in pain and didn't know I had a cavity when I had the fillings.) I don't want to live with this anymore. Should I find a new dentist? What should I do?

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