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Old 03-20-2015, 05:26 PM
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Hi, I have a molar vertically cracked a while back which i'm getting taken care of, but the tooth above it has been shifting ever since because ican't bite down on it probably,so on one side of the tooth it's getting pushedup into the gum. I usually could manage,and afteri got a filling/rootcanal it seemed to get better.

But the filling started going away, so i put some filling repair (dentek temparin) in it, and it's been getting worse.

It seems to shift every time I swallow, and I sometimes accidentally bite all the way down which makes it go up into the gum. This puts pressure on my face and I belivee is making me tired.

I'm not in unbearable pain or anything, just tired, uncomfortable, and worried because it feels like my teeth are shifting.
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Old 03-21-2015, 06:54 AM
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It sounds very uncomfortable. Hopefully your dentist will be able to repair the damage and recommend preventative measures that you can follow at home.
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Old 03-21-2015, 07:33 AM
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A tooth pain is very uncomfortable, you can't eat, smile, talk and even sleep. The root canal treatment is a better option but it is painful and take time also expensive. If you find current treatment not helpful, you should consult a reputed dentist, a good discount you will get with the discount dental plans, check various dental insurance at dentalsave.
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