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I had an implant put in my #30 bone on Wednesday 21st, it is still hurting and I have been taking pain medication. I know it is normal for an implant to hurt, but for how long? I talked to other people who have had it done and they state it only hurt for a few days and then quit. I have been taking my antibiotics and rinsing with the rinse, not eating on that side, but it still hurts. Is this normal and for how long?
It appears that implant has not been placed yet. The gray line is generally the neck of implant which is showing through thin gingiva. In order to achieve better cosmetic result, implants can be placed in the position of tooth #7 anf #10 which serve as abutment teeth for supporting pontics #8 and #9. However, neck of abutment crown may or may not show grayish color, depending on the thickness of gum. If tooth #6 and 11, are solid, they can serve the abutment teeth for fixed bridge.
As of today, my face hurts, I have trouble swallowing and opening my mouth wide, my cheekbones hurt, I'm sleepy, there is pus emerging from the gun area where the post was inserted along with blood. I'm STILL on the same antibiotic!!!! Only by now, I've added Advil, Tylenol and Tramadol to the Vicodin. My diet is liquid. I had blood drawn today by the emergency room doctor for lab tests and I'm having a CT scan of my neck tomorrow.
end of story...unfortunately he is the only endo on my insurance...I was so mad at him. The dentist seated my crown permanently and now my gland in my neck at that side is swollen...any ideas?
i was at work in the toilet and there was a wet foor and in a second i found my self on my face with a broken front tooth...i searched for my tooth and i found it i didnt feel any pain except in my inner lip it was bleeding my tooth too....but nothing in the gum above my tooth...i went to the dentist immeadiatly he told meafter the x ray that the nerve is exposed after removing it he found a crack a vertical one from the right to the left....
i was at work in the toilet and there was a wet foor and in a second i found my self on my face with a broken front tooth...i searched for my tooth and i found it i didnt feel any pain except in my inner lip it was bleeding my tooth too....but nothing in the gum above my tooth...i went to the dentist immeadiatly he told meafter the x ray that the nerve is exposed after removing it he found a crack a vertical one from the right to the left....
Two days after the surgery the tooth next to the implant started moving and it hurts. There was no indication of any problem with that tooth or the implant through radiography. A week later the tooth got infected and I took Dalacin C 300g for 5 days. The infection is gone now but the tooth doesn't settle and I'm still in pain. My dentist kept telling me that this was post surgery trauma and it would go away once inflammation is settle but it never did.
It was supposedly my own bone from the other side of my mouth done at the same time as the dental implant. Not 3 days after the dental implant I experienced a feeling that something was not right. The area hurt, I felt spacey and really felt like something was wrong. Like my body had something in it, it didn't like. ~2 weeks later I presented with severe swollen glands, earache, and sore throat, fatique, low grade fevers etc. No sign of local infection.
I heard the same thing when I had a root canal done on my back lower left tooth (not the wisdom tooth). The darn thing hurt for a year after and I finally had it pulled. The oral surgeon told me he should pull the one above, too, but I declined. That was 10 years ago and my upper tooth is just fine. I have very dense and hard bone and it held just fine. It's still fine and I have had no problem with it at all.
Now the pain is a little more constant, but not intense. It hurts when i tap my fingernail on my tooth. The dentist took an xray, but we see nothing. No infection. He thinks possibly a cracked tooth from the RC? He doesn't want to take everything apart without a prior diagnosis... I have no insurance, no job. And am already several thousand dollars in the hole. How dangerous is it to wait and see? Should I try antibiotics to see if there is an infection? Which dentist is at fault?
A cone beam ct scan revealed an inflammatory process in the sinus above the implant and apical periodontal inflammation on the tooth behind the implant which was also giving me night fevers. I have since had the root canal retreated on the tooth that was being blamed for my mouth discomfort.
This may seem weird but one thing I had not noticed until I got home today is that the tooth hurts when it is tapped on or near the sides BUT if I place my thumb under the bottom of that tooth to apply pressure and THEN tap, there is NOT ANY pain at all. My question is could it be an ill fitting crown that is the culprit here? All things point to that in my mind.
After biting down on something hard two weeks ago, I had a lot of pain when chewing on that particular tooth. My dentist first said that part of a filling had fallen out and refilled the tooth. That didn't help. Upon a return visit, he resized the shape of the filling and the pain was even worse. He then said that my tooth was fractured in three places and would need a crown.
It has had minor pain for the 4 years but a root canal doctor said leave it alone. Now that the one anchor tooth of my front bridge was removed due to breaking it as stated above in removing the bridge, I am faced with the tramatized canine being ground down to hold the bridge. I am now in temporary bridge (4 teeth front).
It does not hurt, is very small, and comes and goes. My dentist thinks I need to remove that tooth and have a dental implant because there is going to an infection to my jawbones. Since there is no pain and the tooth seems pretty solid (for now), is this really necessary at the moment? I was told not to wait longer than two months before removing it. I don't want to regret it.
I'm wondering if a dry socket can cause pain in the neighboring tooth . . . I had a lower molar extracted a week ago by an absolute a** of a dentist (didn't believe me when I said I wasn't fully numb and begged him to stop, called me hysterical, and the sum of my aftercare was a prescription for two Tylenol 3s and instructions to pray to Jesus to take away my pain).
The tooth began to fall out, piece by piece, and was painful at times, but I ignored it. Now, after it happened to another tooth almost directly across my bottom jaw, the first tooth has begun to hurt to the point that I can not eat on that side. Today, I noticed a small swollen lump directly under the first rotten tooth. I haven't had dental insurance, and just applied when the pain began. It hurts badly, but hasn't pussed or anything like that.
Starting in 2005 I have had a root canal on tooth #3 and a rootcanal on tooth #2..I aIso had re rootcanal treatment done on tooth #3 twice and twice I have had surgery on the root ..now tooth #3 and tooth #2 are filed down very low and they have put a crown together on them...I am still in pain, I am sensitive to hot (not cold) and by the dentist touching the gum area..(everything looks fine on the xrays they say) I have been to 3 different dentists since all of this has started..
But then after a few months I had extremely severe pain form between the tooth and my maxillary sinus on that side, and then pain back to my jaw, and below my jaw down my neck with swollen lymph nodes. Plus when I bite down that tooth and only that tooth hurts. Well, the dentist took new bite wing X-rays and didn't see an abscess or anything and gave me Amoxil which completely elminated the severe pain in 5 days...
2 weeks ago I had my back left molar extracted, the one in front of where the wisdom tooth would be, and the oral surgeon did a bone graft for a future implant. I have had severe pain due to bony protrusions down about 1/4 inch below extraction site and have been to the surgeon twice to have him sand? them down. I have pain that is constant and it worsens and throbs any time after I swallow.
He advised I needed to wait 6 months post treatment to give the abscess time to heal and the bone time to regenerate. I am just shy of the 6 month waiting period and the tooth still hurts although not as bad as before. My regular dentist checked the tooth and has recommended I get an apicoectomy on that tooth. He and his collegues can not see any crack in the tooth and say the x-ray of the root canal itself looks good. There is still a "pocket" by the one root.
i did not knew anything about the crown until later when people and searching on the internet educated me.any how i feel an infection in my tooth and i think it is causing my body feel sick.i do not know if it is because of the infection .my tongue has also developed some yellow stuff on it and i wonder if the infection is causing it and i feel cold most often.can you plz tell me what should i do . should i go for extraction beacause that is the only option? .
I have an almost obsessive compulsive habit (psychologist doesn't think I have OCD, I think it's a significant possibility, though) of wiggling a loose adult tooth that I have. It is my upper right molar, previously I had a loose upper left molar but I was able to stop wiggling it and it appears to be tight as normal. However, I just can't stop wiggling this upper right molar. I'm 18, so of course I NEED to stop this.
however, yesterday i started getting pain in the general area of my implanted tooth. the tooth is located on the upper left side of my mouth (5 in from my front tooth). I thought it was strange that it started bothering me AFTER most of my congestion went away. I am no longer blowing out tons of nasty yellow/brown mucus from my nose but i am still coughing up brown stuff.
Now the pain is a little more constant, but not intense. It hurts when i tap my fingernail on my tooth. The dentist took an xray, but we see nothing. No infection. He thinks possibly a cracked tooth from the RC? He doesn't want to take everything apart without a prior diagnosis... I have no insurance, no job. And am already several thousand dollars in the hole. How dangerous is it to wait and see? Should I try antibiotics to see if there is an infection? Which dentist is at fault?
I live in Texas and homeschool two of my children. I've been married 20 years to my sweet husband. When I was young, I was very energetic and was always going places and doing things with my family like camping, fishing, ice skating, canoeing, hiking, etc... My hobbies are painting, scrapbooking, crafts, sewing, and reading. For years I was actively involved at my church and with homeschool related outings and projects.
I keep getting this white bump on my upper gums in the same spot every time, just above my left front tooth. Sometimes it hurts and is uncomfortable so I will pop it like a pimple and a white fluid comes out but it relieves the pressure and pain, then i rinse with listerine. I think it may have something to do with a past injury to my teeth. When i was 15 I was hit by a car (I'm now 25) and my 2 front teeth got knocked back and the doctor at the hospital pulled them back forward with her finger.
Thanks for the reply. How much dose an implant usually cost? and is it covered by insurance? I will have this tooth exctracted sometime this this week for sure. I finally gathered the courage to visit a dentist and will start the treatment soon.
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Now the problem is not the genital area, is my neck, and my oropharyngeal zone, this really hurts. The good news is that thoose little warts in my mouth get smaller, i can even feel them.....Im so happy.......But i did a lot for those warts to get smaller: 1. I prayed a lot. 2.
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