First, thank you for answering my first initial question related to this one. I just went back to the dentist for her to check for high spots on my tooth after she did some spot filling. She saw a couple of high spots but instead of just taking down those spots, I guess to keep me from coming back bugging her, she filed around my whole tooth and said now only my teeth are touching. Now when I bite down, in the back corner, after chewing I get this immense throbbing pain and it lingers for about 30 seconds. It doesn't throb while I'm chewing, only a few seconds after I've stopped chewing. The blood rushes to that spot and throbs like heck!
Now she's saying I need a root canal! HUH? My tooth was fine before she did the drilling!
It only hurts in the corner of the tooth immediately after I've stopped chewing. Any guesses?