Why Does My Tooth Hurt after Having a Filling?

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Your tooth may hurt after having a filling because it is sore. If the pain does not go away after 2-3 days, you need to contact your dentist.
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It shouldn't hurt much at all after the procedure. Depending on which tooth was filled, there could be some soreness for a few days where the dentist injected the local anesthetic
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Your tooth may hurt for a day or two after getting a filing. Feel better
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1. Stay in your dentist's office for a short time immediately following the extraction procedure. If the extraction didn't require stitches, sit still for about 10 minutes. For extractions
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Could possibly be that your dentist didn't fill it correctly. I had a filling once in the middle of a molar, he filled it and then it got really sore because he didn't fill it right
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