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So, about a year ago, in February I noticed that I had a rotten tooth, somewhere in the back of my mouth. I had noticed the small hole in my tooth when I was brushing my teeth so I went to the dentist and had it repaired. Since it caused me pain whilst the dentist was doing his job, he used anesthesia and removed my nerve and then filled the tooth. Everything alright, just that immediately after the deed was done (as soon as I arrived home from the dentist) I noticed that the root of my teeth was now a kind of dark-grey. I shrugged it off thinking it is due to the things that he put in and since it wasn't causing pain I did not do anything.
However, just today after eating something, I used my tongue to feel my teeth and when I got there I felt something wrong. At a closer inspection in the mirror, it looked like the tooth yielded? I'm not sure how to explain but basically the upper part of the tooth, the grey one seemed to be disconnected from the bottom half (like there's two layers of the same tooth). The tooth is still solid but it feels differently, like a chipped tooth on the side.
Now, I kind of have a phobia of dentist stuff, especially when it comes to removing teeth and putting others on but is my problem grave? I assume I can find an angle and upload a picture of my tooth if necessary.
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