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Heat sensitivity

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Posted by: Rich66  (9 years ago)
Hello!

I got a crown on one of my upper front teeth about a year ago. Everything was fine with it. It felt great and looked great. However, a few days ago, I noticed that the tooth started to become sensitive to anything hot. Any ideas why I am experiencing this all of a sudden? Thank you in advance.
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Hello!

I got a crown on one of my upper front teeth about a year ago. Everything was fine with it. It felt great and looked great. However, a few days ago, I noticed that the tooth started to become sensitive to anything hot. Any ideas why I am experiencing this all of a sudden? Thank you in advance.


Probably the pulp has died and you have the beginnings of an abscess- usually the case when teeth are heat sensitive. Have your dentist take an x-ray and do some tests to verify this.
Posted 9 years ago
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