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... I think it came out in pieces. ... (5 replies)
... some help with. Back on June 10th, I had to have my teeth extracted due to a problem that was hereditary. About 4 weeks ago a hard place on the left side of my mouth in the gum surfaced. ... (2 replies)
... When I went for my reline, the plate was literally falling out whenever I opened my mouth. I drove to the dentist without my teeth in, and only had them in long enough to walk in the door and get into the chair, then they came out immediately. You will know when it's time for your reline...trust me! ... (16 replies)

... hr line and the nurse said it was okay it probley was wrapped in the stiches and the tissue was just falling out. I also told her I felt a thing that felt hard like bone could this be a bone fragment? ... (34 replies)
Not new tooth
Nov 30, 2005
... If you had a tooth removed from that area it could be a left over bone fragment. ... (5 replies)
... I had the same thing done about 2 weeks ago but I had an immediate denture put in, in about another 2 weeks I'll have most of the bottoms pulled save a few to hold a partial in. ... (4 replies)
... I had all 4 wisdom teeth remove nov1,01 .Since that day I can only open my mouth 2 fingers high,and here it is dec,14 and Im still suffering from this surgury. ... (3 replies)
... Each person can heal differently when it comes to a tooth extraction. I have to take antibiotics for any work being done near my mouth (haha) at least 1 week before. And on my last tooth extraction, I was one of the few lucky ones that had to go back because there was bone fragment stuck in the gums (talk about wanting to pass out) I had no idea that was a possible side... (3 replies)
... Hi Kim! I saw a post a few weeks ago that said if you have a bone fragment that seems stuck, chew some gum and it will help it come out. ... (11 replies)
... d be ok to take the denture out for longer periods of time. If you can take them out for a couple of minutes and put them back in they should be able to go back in after coming out long enough to give them a good cleaning, look into that bone or tooth fragment and give your mouth a good rinsing. ... (11 replies)
Advice needed
Aug 22, 2008
... s picture. This dentist did everything WRONG not right. If he realized it would be a problem and addressed it to her then why didn't he refer her to oral surgeon in the first place. Now he wants off the hook and passed it on to someone else. How nice of him. Sorry but there is no excuse for what this dentist did. ... (6 replies)




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