>Ouch... My tooth hurts.
About a week ago I lost a filling in one of my teeth. I do not know exactly when I lost it but I did notice that the inside of my mouth did not feel right. There was something sharp and a hole where things used to be smooth.
For the first few days everything was OK. I knew I needed to call my dentist but since nothing hurt I waited.
Why did I wait? That tooth hurts like hell right now!
I have an appointment to see my dentist tommorow but now I am wondering if I should have the tooth filled or extracted. It is a molar and dits way in the back on the upper right part of my jaw. Because it is in the back if it was pulled no one would notice. If it was between two teeth there would be no question.
So I'm sitting here, downing pain killers and wondering, "should I have him fill it in or yank it out?"
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