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You should speak with your surgeon about flying as it may relate to the upper teeth if they are in the maxillary sinuses. If the teeth are anatomically separate from the sinus cavity then there should not be any issues. Information contained within this reply is intended solely for general educational purposes and is not intended nor implied to be a medical diagnosis or treatment recommendation.
The headache would not go away so we went to his pediatrician and he had an MRI which showed he had an opacified right maxillary sinus which had to be caused from the oral surgeon puncturing the membrane to the sinus. We tried antiobiotics to clear up the sinus infection but no luck so he had sinus drainage surgery that was also supposed to clear up the headache. It is exactly one year later and he still has the headache. We have 2 neurologists and been to a headache clinic.
1) Did the wisdom teeth extraction have anything to do with the original dizziness, blurry vision and sinus problems? 2) If so, How does the ear popping connect with the wisdom teeth extraction? I am still struggling with the dizziness and ear problems. Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks.
I've never noticed a problem. Although if you had any sinus infection related to your teeth the smoke will irritate your sinuses.
I was wondering if this could be a side effect of an opening in my sinus cavity after the extraction of my upper wisdom teeth. I'm also fairly concerned about the pain in my lower jaw as it makes it difficult to chew on anything harder than soft sliced bread. I'm wondering if the dizziness could be related to the surgery and if it will subside on its own?
I had my top right last molar extracted yesterday and as the Dentist was extracting the tooth I felt and heard the roots being snapped and broken off. After the extraction the Dr. told me she was going to leave the roots in there because they were in the sinus and she didn't want to dig around for them. She told me they would work themselves out in a couple of months and it was safer to just leave them.
I searched online and did not find anything suggesting a sinus infection can be caused by a tooth extraction. I read Sinus Infection on Mayo Clinic 's website and it describe more serious immune system problems can cause it , now i am really freaking out. It has been about 7 days now , anyone got any opinions or advise ? I never had this before and if anyone has any opinions , please help. Symptoms : Nasal Congestion , Serious Headache , Body Aches , Pain near eyes , Upper Jaw pain.
I was awake during the removal and remember the Oral Surgeon used a device that seems to grind away violently at my lower teeth and then he pryed my teeth out and I felt enormous pressure in my skull when he did. Could a nerve or blood vessel have been damaged in some way? I don't have any numbness or tingling anywhere around my jaws or mouth. No jaw pain either, but my neck does make a "squishing" sound when I move it around, that was never there before.
I had osseous surgery in upper mouth and bone grafts on 4 teeth 6 days ago. One upper molar (last tooth) was unsavable and had to be removed. The tooth in front was one that had bone graft. Feeling much pain in this tooth, is this normal? Since close to sinus, can bone graft material come out nose?
you wouldnt be getting any sinus drainage cause your sinus is on the top not on the bottom.Swelling is normal.
I have two lower wisdom teeth that either need filling or extracting. (Food collects in them and the dentist has mentioned that it would have been good to have had them out at the same time as I had my upper wisdom teeth removed.) What would be the preferable option? I think there may be a mercury filling in one. Should that affect my decision one way or the other? My teeth are very important to me and I am very sensitive about them. I am very confused and overwhelmed by this decision.
I was told about 2 years ago that I needed to have all four wisdom teeth extracted. I am a 35 yr old woman and all four of these teeth are impacted. I went to an oral surgeon who let me know that these would be difficult extractions for several reasons. One has grown into the sinus cavity, one has roots running very close to the nerve, and one may need a bone graft to replace bone when it is removed. I have severe dental phobias and was told that I needed to be awake for this procedure.
He said he had to leave a root tip in at #10 because it was too close to something. He gave me stitches after the extraction. After the extraction, #11 and my front tooth felt tender for a long time. Bit's of bone have been coming out of the socket. I have continued to ask questions because nothing was ever spelled out to me and no precautions given. Upon post op exam weeks later, the dentist said "Oh good it didn't collapse" but didn't say what!!
Hi, I am 45 yrs old, have had extensive dental care, three previous extractions of lower molars. I need a partial plate and have been chewing wrong due to missing teeth. I have been debating having my last lower molar extracted. It intermittently hurts/throbs "below the surface." I have had a root canal and retreatment on it, so the pain is different than a live tooth.
I had mine remove by a military dentist. Of course, he ran into problems due to the position of the teeth. I would take sleepy time. Since I have never had a problem having a tooth removed.
so i saw an endodontist and he tapped on the premolar and the teeth in front and back, i couldn't decide which hurt most at the time. so he sent me home and said the next time i get the pain to tap. i did and decided it was definately the premolar that had the root canal. so i saw an oral surgeon and he decided that i needed an apicoectomy. which i had a week later.
When he does an xray there is a darker area above the tooth. But he says it could be from a previous sinus infection. How do you know for sure when to extract it. I also am going in for a different sugery in 4 weeks. How would that affect my operation?
If your horse is only 3 and the tooth was extracted at 1 year of age (2 years ago), the tooth would have been a deciduous premolar as molars are not present at that age and all cheek teeth would be deciduous teeth (primary or baby teeth). My concern would be some type of osteitis of the facial bone that can occur in young horses that is a normal situation.
However if it is tooth infection then even an extraction may sometimes be necessary. If the infection is in the upper teeth then it can aggravate the sinus problem. Discuss with your dentist. Hope this helps. The answer is based on information provided. Exact advice is not possible without a proper examination and investigations. You are requested to consult your Doctor. Take care and keep us posted.
He should have sent the patient to an oral surgeon because when he did the extraction, it opened up a sinus. My sister felt this was a disaster that could have been avoided by sending this patient to an oral surgeon, but I do not know what the oral surgeon would have done. I would have suspected it would have been done in the hospital and it would have been closed with a bone graft, but I do not know this for a fact.
On Wednesday I had 11 upper teeth extracted and bone grafts performed. 3 were almost surely surgical due to older root canals. A temporary denture was placed until the grafts have healed then I will get the permanent full denture. I'm wondering how long I can expect the pain to last. I was prescribed Vicodin and am using Ibuprofen also. I'm still unable (or unwilling) to chew due to the pain.
I recently done a sinus computer tomography,and i found out that(i will try to explain it as best as i can)the apex of 4 teeth are inside the sinus,or they touch the sinus.It says that molars 1.7-1.8 and 2.7-2.8 have intrasinusoidal apex. I would like to know what this means and if can be repaired.I also have headaches and i want to know if this has something to do with it.The head aches are very frequently.
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