Is it run of the mill for mouth to be hurting after have a shot contained by your mouth from enjoy a innards.?

today i had a filling. certainly my 5th sense a few of my fillings came out. any ways when the dentist have numbed my mouth with a shot in direct to fill the tooth, a few hours later after the numbing wore stale, my mouth was still hurting where the dentist have gave me a shot.

what could be wrong? could my gum be infected or something from where the shot be placed? it is really sore.
i reckon it's still from the filling, it should wear rotten but ring your dentist and ask him what the go is anyway, he'll be able to report you better than anyone one here! Its not unusual to be very sore.by tomorrow it should subsist..if it gets worse telephone call your dentist..but I suspect it will be much better in the morning, take carefulness
Calm Down!! The site where you got the shot might be bruised. Or you could be have what is called "referring pain".
This means that you hurt surrounded by one spot but your nerves transfer the pain to another spot.
The sure bearing to tell if you are infected is if you have swelling within the spot, the spot is red and you have a fever. If any of these things arise then go to your doctor and they will afford you antibiotics.
If this is the dentist that gave you the original filling that fell out ,get a new dentist.
Ive have a filling done before and I can relay you that your mouth is a little sore afterward due to the novicane but you should be ok the next afternoon thats is normal and there is no infection to verbs about at all Yeah that's regular. i recently got a shot too for a innards. and the doc said it would be sore for a while.

you'll be fine.
i higly doubt that you would get infected by a shot from the DENTIST
yeah yeahh
Oh, pfft! The shot wound is ALWAYS the first to get sore after the novocaine wear off. Everyone gets that. When the tooth is jam-packed, the nerves in that tooth are covered up and are no longer exposed to the elements and the doc makes sure the gums surrounding that tooth isn't even touched. However, you're on your own next to the shot wound. It's a lot of people's pet peeves, believe me.
it could be depends on how long it is hurting i mean cause usually adjectives i feel is numb then it go away so if it doesn't go away check with your doctor Yes.but not more than 24 hours
Yeah that's regular. i recently got a shot too for a innards. and the doc said it would be sore for a while.

you'll be fine.
i higly doubt that you would get infected by a shot from the DENTIST
yeah yeahh
this is specifically normal! Many times the place I received the shot hurts more then the teeth which be worked on. Nope it's normal.
Mine was close to that after I got my fillings,
It should be better after a afternoon or so.
Its not unusual to be very sore.by tomorrow it should subsist..if it gets worse telephone call your dentist..but I suspect it will be much better in the morning, take carefulness
Answers:    I feel for you. Having your teeth ache is one of the most miserable pains within the world! It is normal for you to hurt after the numbness wears past its sell-by date. Take some Advil for the pain. But, if it starts to have sudden, sharp (different) throbbing then your having in a minute, I'd call your dentist and let him know. Hope you be aware of better soon.
Yes.but not more than 24 hours
Well, that have only happened a couple of times. It individual happened when I got the really out-of-date guy at my dentist office. I think he hit a sassiness, cause when the other young guy numbed it and worked on my mouth, that never happen. I would watch it. If it doesn't go away in a couple days, talk to the dentist that did it. Oh, pfft! The shot wound is ALWAYS the first to get sore after the novocaine wear off. Everyone gets that. When the tooth is jam-packed, the nerves in that tooth are covered up and are no longer exposed to the elements and the doc makes sure the gums surrounding that tooth isn't even touched. However, you're on your own next to the shot wound. It's a lot of people's pet peeves, believe me.
Nope it's normal.
Mine was close to that after I got my fillings,
It should be better after a afternoon or so.
yeah it is normal, just dawdle for a couple of hrs yes deff:P if it dosnt go away in a week or 2 after call ur doc:)