One of my fillings fell out, I used this filling repair material called Temparin Max. It helps to cover the hole until you see a dentist. Now that I put it in, it has started to throb and I can not get it out. Do you have any suggestions on how to remove it. The directions state not to use if there is throbbing pain. I have an appointment with an oral surgeon on Monday but, it is for a different tooth.
After you placed the temporary filing in, it is possible that it is hitting a nerve ending and has not positioned itself well. It is difficult to remove a filling like this. You could take some pain killers and apply clove oil on the tooth that is painful. When you meet your dentist you could get this sorted out as well. Take care!
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