Sensitivity to cold after having composite filling

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Posted on By Dr.maleeha Zahoor In Composite Resin

A 14 years old girl came to my opd.. she has done class 3 composite restoration on upper central inciser one week ago and now complains of sensitivity to cold.. on examination the margin is slightly over extended and there is mild marginal gongivitis and bleeding on probing.. I smoothed the margin.. is there need to repeat restoration or we can wait for follow-up

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I would wait for a followup if the margins are sealed. It could be sensitivity due to exposed dentin tubules in the cervical area. Did you use a base under the composite? I normally use a RMGI liner such as Vitrebond and rarely have any sensitivity.


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