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help-very sensitive teeth

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 9, 2008
  • 05:23 AM

In the past 3 months I got 2 crowns put on and one other re-cemented. In these areas, every time the dentist pokes around with that metal tool or put the crowns on my teeth they are very sensitive to cold and texture. When I chew anything that's not soft as bread it feels like there is something under the tooth or that I am biting down very hard and I'm not. Last time I got a crown it went away in a week or so, it's been about 3 weeks. The dentist did xrays, saw nothing. Also, I do have swollen sinuses sometimes and am pre-diabetic if that has anything to do with it. Iam using sensitive toothpaste and rinse, not helping much. What is it, what should I do , will it go away?

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