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What will I feel after a filling?

for a tooth filling pain, dentists often numb the area around the affected tooth before doing a filling. As a result, you probably won’t feel anything during the first hour or two after your appointment. Once the numbness wears off, you might notice some unusual sensations in your mouth.

These include:

  • pain in your teeth, especially when breathing in cold air, drinking hot or cold liquids, and eating hot or cold foods
  • tenderness in your gums
  • pain in the teeth surrounding the filling
  • pain when clenching teeth
  • pain in the affected tooth when eating, brushing, or flossing
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