Bad sensitivity after replacing with diamondcrown. This did not occur with the heliomolar. I can't chew on that side and it is extremely cold sensitive. Now Im wondering if I made a big mistake. Im glad the metal is out, but I can't live with this sensitivity. Im hoping it will go away, if it doesn't Im not sure what can be done. Anybody had this problem?
Hope you don't mind if I put my 2 cents in. I would drop the supplement completely (inorganic mineral) and look to foods high in calcium, particularly the dark green leafy veggies. Alfalfa "contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, plus all known vitamins. The minerals are in a balanced form, which promotes absorption." (from one of my health books). I think you could find an organic powdered form in capsules.
I can give you a list of foods high in calcium if you need or want it.
I agree on increasing calcium but, I think the reason why you didn't get any sensitivity with the helimolar is because these types of composite fillings block or stagnate the meridian energy flow through the tooth, check this site out
and scroll down to read about cheap brands of composites.
most people who get composites don't feel any sensitivity after they are placed because of the energy blockage, this is a bad thing because it can result in a disease causing process in a distant body organ. (Chinese Acupuncture says.)
I feel the reason why you are getting a sensitive response from the diamond crown is because this expensive composite does not block the energy flow which is a good thing because the energy can flow freely throgh this brand of composite and it won't endanger any of your body organs to disease.
I had helimolar composites put in as a replacement to Amalgam and would not do that again. In fact I wish like you I had diamond crown as I was sick and still am now after these fillings where put in. I never had any tooth sensitivity but was cronically ill that I wish I had never had helimolar.
A natural practitioner measured the acupoint flow through my mouth and said the composites are blocking vital flow.
So I think what your feeling is good news even though it may hurt I am sure you will adjust to it. Diamond crown is a very respected filling material and this sensitivity is a good thing because it means all the energy flow or acupoints are working fine. (meaning no disease in distant vital organs.)
I hope you feel better soon, I'd try the calcium, good luck.
Thanks for correcting me, I forgot to add the Http:// at the start of the link.
Some interesting info here on composites.
They list Helimolar, Herculite and Conquest as bad.
I think in Marnicas case her sensitivity is because the Diamond Crown doesn't block the energy flow through the filled tooth.
I think with some calcium and time this should settle which is to her benefit as she has a good brand of composite.