I went to the dentist the other day to get 2 cavities refilled, and it was going fine at first. But, both of them were on the bottom (but I just wanted to get it all done at once, so they did). Afterwards, as my numbness was wearing off, my teeth felt out of place. I read horror stories online of fillings gone wrong, and mouths shifted from their original position. So I told a family member, and they just said that it was my mind and it will feel better when the numbness wears off. Alas, it felt better, but I still didn't feel right. My smile felt like it looked different. I had never had straight teeth before, but they weren't horrible, now it feels like you can definitely tell they aren't straight. Now, I dismissed that, being as my mind can conjure up some pretty scary things if I worry too much. But then, I started grinding: not my whole mouth, just one tooth that felt out of place. I've been doing it for almost a week now, and I feel like that tooth is loose. Kinda like when I was a kid, I would wiggle the baby tooth out to get money, well now it is a full grown tooth, and my teeth(tooth) are still wiggling. I read a little bit more on the internet, and they said that if the dentist uses one of those little bite sheets, that it will be fine. Thing is, I wasn't really paying attention when he did that, and I feel that I used excessive energy on the right to bite comparative to the left. (the left is where I have the tooth loose now. So, I was thinking about just going in and getting my mouth fixed and for the dentist to just shave a little more off on the right, but I am really truly afraid. Because for almost every person who said that they went in to fix it...it got worse. What should I do? Is there any way for me to see what my old bite used to be? (Would they have it on file if I've gone a few times before?) I don't want to ruin my right side because that might throw off my balance (I know, it sounds weird, but that is kinda who I am) and I want to know if that is the reason for me grinding on my tooth or if it could be something else. (oh, and I've had a history of tongue and cheek biting, but now it is just my tongue and tooth). Thanks so much!!!!