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    Two years ago my dentist filled a cavity with a white composite filling. I had problems with it initially. I had to go back to the dentist and grind away some of the composite fillings. Those were almost touching the tooth next to it. Dental floss would barely fit between them.

    I've also had chewing sensitivity with this tooth. At that time, the dentist told it's because the composite filling isn't as dense as metal. The sensitivity has increased over the last two months. I find it difficult to chew harder foods now. I am planning to consult a new and better dentist in Edmonton this time. Will putting a metal filling in stop my chewing sensitivity?

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    Originally posted by Jikeril View Post
    Two years ago my dentist filled a cavity with a white composite filling. I had problems with it initially. I had to go back to the dentist and grind away some of the composite fillings. Those were almost touching the tooth next to it. Dental floss would barely fit between them.

    I've also had chewing sensitivity with this tooth. At that time, the dentist told it's because the composite filling isn't as dense as metal. The sensitivity has increased over the last two months. I find it difficult to chew harder foods now. I am planning to consult a new and better dentist in Edmonton this time. Will putting a metal filling in stop my chewing sensitivity?
    Sorry to hear about this. None of us are dentists and therefore can't weigh-in on this topic.

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