I had a permanent crown placed on my tooth four days back. Now I have mild to moderate throbbing pain in my tooth. I cannot sleep. I took pain relievers, and the pain was relieved. It is sensitive only to cold and was not painful at all before the crown was placed. It had a large filling, and the cavity was deep, but there was no mention of infection or need for a root canal, and X-rays looked normal. Also, during the crowning procedure, my tooth became sensitive and hurt when he put the cement on the tooth. Even while being numb, I could feel the pain of the cement. Please give me your thoughts on whether this is normal after less than a week. By the way, the crown was done in a one-day procedure.