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    Pain after 2 deep cavity fillings
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    LindaS26 posted:
    On tuesday 02/26/13 I had two silver fillings done on my lower left side. Im in extreme pain!!! What could be wrong? my jaw hurts my ear is hurting just a bit and my gums around the two teeth that were filled hurt and seem to be swollen. I went back in on 03/01/13 and got my bite adjusted but the pain is still very much there. Norco ibprofen nor orajel are helping!!! Someone please help. My dentist does not have any emergency service. should I go to the ER?
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    plazadental responded:
    Please visit some other dentist who is experienced enough in his field because if the matter is left untreated then matters could get worse. A visit to an ER can also be of good help.


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