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Hey marn,

Yes, same experience but mine are progressively getting better. That's the key. Is it getting better, worse, or staying the same? If its not getting better, call your dentist.

My dentist said I could have sensitivity for up to 2 weeks to 1 month regardless of the material so I'm not sure its DiamondCrown per say. Materials are so similar I would have a hard time believing it was material-related but more to do 2 factors:

1.) How well it was put in. Sometimes the bond does not cure correctly or tiny air pockets get trapped inside. Usually a redo fixes this problem.

2.) The specific case of your teeth. Were they large or small? Was there decay underneath the old filling such that he/she had to drill more? That is an important point because in teeth that has decay; work done on them irritates the nerve. That nerve has to settle down over time. It wouldn't matter if you had an old silver filling put in there, there would be sensitivity.

But not to worrry! This can be easily solved! Either its getting better or it's not. If it's not, have the ones that are bothering you re-done or choose another material to put in. All is not lost. You are not trapped, and this will be solved. Hang in there.

Best,PB

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Hey marn,

Yes, same experience but mine are progressively getting better. That's the key. Is it getting better, worse, or staying the same? If its not getting better, call your dentist.

My dentist said I could have senistivity for up to 2 weeks to 1 month regardless of the material so I'm not sure its DiamondCrown per say. Materials are so similar I would have a hard time believing it was material-related but more to do 2 factors:

1.) How well it was put in. Sometimes the bond does not cure correctly or tiny air pockets get trapped inside. Usually a redo fixes this problem.

2.) The specific case of your teeth. Were they large or small? Was there decay underneath the old filling such that he/she had to drill more? That is an important point because in teeth that has decay; work done on them irritates the nerve. That nerve has to settle down over time. It wouldn't matter if you had an old silver filling put in there, there would be sensitivity.

But not to worrry! This can be easily solved! Either its getting better or it's not. If it's not, have the ones that are bothering you re-done or choose another material to put in. All is not lost. You are not trapped, and this will be solved. Hang in there.

Best,PB
 

 
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