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Posted at Jan 10, 2014 by MG

What causes pain after dental filling? » monitor.co.ug

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Filling, with any type of dental cement occurs when a person has cavity (hole in the tooth). Such cavities develop because of poor oral hygiene and high intake of certain sugary foods.
Under normal circumstances, one should not feel pain after undergoing dental filling. However, on few occasions, this may happen and here is why.

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