When I went to the dentist for my dental cleaning, he said I have a minor cavity, which needed to be filled. When I went in for my “filling” appointment, he had difficulty numbing the tooth completely. He had to add another shot. Since I had the filling, the tooth became extremely sensitive to cold; even a deep breath of air would aggravate it. I had to return to the dentist every two weeks to have my bite adjusted. During my fourth visit, he referred me to an for a possible treatment.
Does a cold require canal? The does not indicate any sign of infection. Please advise me! I just want to be sure that this is really what I need before going to the endodontist. Thanks.