My dentist did some spot filling on a tooth that I have a metal filling, but she filled those spots with composite filling instead of refilling those spots with amalgam. She didn't check my bite with the carbon paper until I had to comeback in and tell her my bite felt off. I had some high spots that she did some adjusting, but couldn't really tell being numb if it was OK after the first adjustment.
Later, I ate soft food: soup, grapefruit and salad and when I bit down on these, I got a sharp piercing pain. It didn't hurt on every bite or chew, or even when I clinch my teeth, but only at a certain point it really hurts, so much I'm afraid to attempt to chew on it. I hope this is just related to the filling itself and she didn't crack/fracture my tooth somehow.
I've had high spots on fillings before, but NEVER experienced a sharp pain while eating.
Is this sharp pain typical of high spots on fillings?
I'm almost in tears over this afraid it's a crack/fracture and eating on one side is depressing me.