Tooth implant throbbing

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Avatar n tn hi, i had a tooth implant done about a week ago and having some throbbing in that area is this normal?
Avatar n tn Long story - had a very traumatic tooth #14 extraction, resulted in dry socket, bits of bone and tooth left in the gum. Had those bits removed by a second dentist. Then waited months for bone to 'fill in' (no bone graft). Following that, had the implant put in, and while waiting for that to take, the screw worked itself out - had to replace that. Continued to have inexplicable pain - throbbing, aching - had the implant removed 5 months later.
Avatar n tn Long story - had a very traumatic tooth #14 extraction, resulted in dry socket, bits of bone and tooth left in the gum. Had those bits removed by a second dentist. Then waited months for bone to 'fill in' (no bone graft). Following that, had the implant put in, and while waiting for that to take, the screw worked itself out - had to replace that. Continued to have inexplicable pain - throbbing, aching - had the implant removed 5 months later.
Avatar m tn Earlier this year, I completed the six month or so long process of getting a dental implant on #18. Ever since the crown was placed on the implant, the implant hasn't felt right, despite my dentist making several adjustments and my oral surgeon's assurances that nothing seems wrong with the implant (x-rays and examination of it). When I bite down on it with certain foods, it feels uncomfortable, almost like it has moved, but apparently it hasn't.
Avatar f tn I find it difficult not chewing on my the inside of mouth when eating. At night, I have a throbbing pain to the tooth next to the implant. I called the dentist in hopes of getting in and was told there was nothing he could do and to give it more time. I keep reading about dentists using CT scans to avoid nerve damage, but I know my dentist doesn't have, or use, CT scans. Should I give it more time, as my dentist wants me to? I've paid $6,500 and hate to think of losing it.
Avatar f tn Anyway later that day(after the implant), the pain came back with a vengeance. Throbbing. Excruciating! I went back the following morning to be evaluated. The doctor took an x-ray and examined the site but said it looks fine and that the pain was normal and that everyone has a different experience w/ implants. Though everywhere I looked it seemed it's not normal. Also I am not sure if I have a cold now or allergy but I had started getting this runny nose the day after the implant.
Avatar n tn The dentist had to give me 7 shots to get me numb. I still have extreme throbbing on the right side of my mouth. I take a pain pill b4 bed and I am usually good until about 1:00p.m. the next afternoon and then it starts really hurting again. Is it normal to have this much pain a week and a half after?
1806721 tn?1554333407 m still feeling very weak and sweaty with horrible headaches and constant tooth/jaw pain. Is it possible to get a fever/headache from a tooth infection? Or is the fever just an isolated viral infection? Do I need to be checked by my doctor or dentist?
Avatar f tn The surgeon, after taking some images actually confirmed there has been an infection, but it did not reach my nose. The tooth was pulled out, implant installed and antibiotics administered. The throbbing pain and the sore in the nose remained. Couple of years ago I did go to the nose doctor but he said he saw nothing. I really believe there's some connection between my tooth issues and nose, it's just I don't know which one started first and where to go.
Avatar f tn The surgeon, after taking some images actually confirmed there has been an infection, but it did not reach my nose. The tooth was pulled out, implant installed and antibiotics administered. The throbbing pain and the sore in the nose remained. Couple of years ago I did go to the nose doctor but he said he saw nothing. I really believe there's some connection between my tooth issues and nose, it's just I don't know which one started first and where to go.
Avatar f tn The surgeon, after taking some images actually confirmed there has been an infection, but it did not reach my nose. The tooth was pulled out, implant installed and antibiotics administered. The throbbing pain and the sore in the nose remained. Couple of years ago I did go to the nose doctor but he said he saw nothing. I really believe there's some connection between my tooth issues and nose, it's just I don't know which one started first and where to go.
Avatar n tn i havent eaten properly because even if i eat from one side my upper jaw touches the infected tooth and throbbing pain starts rite there for 10 secs. Now please tell me whats the solution should i extract it now .please tell me quick i am in deep worry .and does it hurt when it is extracted and whats the side effects of extraction ..waiting desperately for ur reply thanx..and my effected tooth is in the lower right second last tooth..
Avatar m tn I have one tooth severely losen and had it extracted. I expect to have an implant some time later. At the time of extraction, the dentist told me I need have bone graft and it should be done at the time of tooth extractio or at least within two weeks after the extraction. But I did not follow his advice and just simply had the tooth extracted. My question is if I am to have an implant later, can I still have bone graft at that time?
Avatar m tn By that time, I had spent so much time and money on one tooth I could have had an implant twice over. With two RCT attempts having failed, I was told to loose the tooth, which is what I finally had to do after a year of failing treatments. Once it was gone, so was the pain. Seems my tooth root took a right angle and there still was nerve there. Scottma is right on! Go to an endodontist that can do a root canal properly the first time out. Best to you and hope you will be painfree.
Avatar f tn I have bad reactions to almost everything else so Advil will be the only thing I can take. I had to have my front tooth pulled three weeks ago and I am due to have the implant next week. I have read so many horror stories that I'm about ready to back out. I have a fairly high pain tolerance but I don't want to be in excruciating pain after the freezing comes out. Can anyone tell me how bad the pain is? I would appreciate it.
Avatar n tn The my jaw did not heal correctly, because there were bone fragments and pus were the first tooth was removed, and implant. The second implant was pinching into my jaw and they was a notch there, and this implant was remove. Now I have a large ulceration above my right eye tooth to my jawline and there is a hard are near my right nostril you can palpate hard area my face. I am noticing clear drainage leaking out of my right nostril, and this area feels different from the left side.
Avatar m tn From the x-ray of my implant, I found that my implant is too close to tooth #9 and the bone in between my implant and tooth #9 not grow much to integrate with the implant. I could also see the implant through my front gum, the gray color show off. I deeply worried and began to consult with some oral surgeons and some implant specialist. When they see the x-ray, all their first reaction is: This implant is not good. So, I took a CT Scan to see the implant 3-dimension.
Avatar m tn From the x-ray of my implant, I found that my implant is too close to tooth #9 and the bone in between my implant and tooth #9 not grow much to integrate with the implant. I could also see the implant through my front gum, the gray color show off. I deeply worried and began to consult with some oral surgeons and some implant specialist. When they see the x-ray, all their first reaction is: This implant is not good. So, I took a CT Scan to see the implant 3-dimension.
Avatar n tn I am 25 and need to replace a missing tooth. I am undecided between implant and bridge. My dentist has told me that normally for people my age he would advise implants, however, since my adjacent teeth have fillings, he told me that I should strongly consider a bridge. However, I am afraid of the damage that may be caused to the adjacent teeth. What do you think? Thanks!
Avatar m tn Said options would be retreatment or an implant. A day or two latter the tooth has quit hurting, no sensitivity or pain at all. If there was an issue (abscess) wouldn't that have been observed by the xray. I concerned that someone may want to do considerable work for something that may not be an issue at all. How can I verify. Thanks your your comments in advance.
Avatar m tn If root resorption tooth is asymptomatic , you don,t need to worry. No one can tell when the tooth will come out. Implant is a highly predictable and viable option for replacing missing tooth.once it is inserted and restored , it can service decades, no need to remove healthy implant.
Avatar n tn I removed 1 bad tooth last year and planed to do implant it this year. My previous dr. left the org some time last year. The new dr. changed my plan after my yesterday's visit. He asked me to remove 3 teeth before implanting the removed one. The 3 teeth are, 2 were decayed teeth but haven't had problem almost 15 years, they are wisdom teeth. One is 2 teeth away from the one to implant, 1 is far away at the other end. For the 3rd one need to remove, i agree with the Dr.
Avatar m tn i said no and they looked shocked and then we went ahead with the root canal, i told them to just pull the tooth but of course they didnt want to. i told them i didnt have 6000 for an implant or 3000 for a bridge so we did a root canal and they are going to fit a crown to it... if your not in pain yet then start saving money now....
Avatar n tn Now I am going on 3 weeks with temporary crown on and pressure pain and slight throbbing of the tooth. Is it possible that my tooth will not recover after being filed down for a crown? The tooth was perfectly fine until it was prepped for a crown. I have highly sensitive teeth, I have undergone 3 root canals already and suffer from TMJ. I am leary of getting the permanent crown on if my tooth does not quit hurting even though he said he can go through the back and do a root canal.
Avatar f tn It could also be due to tooth infections, impacted tooth or skin infections. The others are migrainous headaches and those caused due to brain disorders, disorders of the eyes , neck or ears to name a few.To find a cure you need to consult your primary care physician for proper assessment.In the meantime take OTC naproxen for relief from pain. Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
Avatar m tn The following morning (Sunday), I awoke to a throbbing toothache and pain when I touch the tooth. Even swallowing hurts when my tongue touches the tooth. What's a reasonable explanation? Will it get better or is this symptomatic of a worse issue.