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... I dont know if you are still on this site,...but I just now read your post about jaw bone infections. ... (5 replies)
... irrigated, is there still a need to worry about infection in the jaw bone itself? ... (5 replies)
... c your gums need the chance to breath. It not healthy for your gums to be covered up like that all the time.You can get infections in the mouth from your denture if they are not being cleaned properly. Like a yeast infection in the mouth is common among denture wears. ... (4 replies)

... me the gymnast!! ... (72 replies)
Jaw Bone Infection
Jan 29, 2008
... Years Ago I Had A Jawbone Infection And Several Teeth That Had Absessed. I Had 4 Root Canals Done And Things Settled Down. 1 Month Ago I Had Alot Of Mouth Pain And Last Week I Went Again To The Dentist And He Found 3 Absesses. On Wed I Had Them Removed As I Did Not Want Anymore Root Canals. ... (14 replies)
... that's what I thought too! How DARE they put in a brown bridge to cover half my mouth. He told me temporaries only came in two colours but it was the whole assurance that my "real" ones would be any colour to match, and appropriately shaped....these were what they gave you to leave with. ... (19 replies)
... very bad Holistic dentists and there are very bad regular dentists. I have heard and experienced horror stories from both types of dentists, but must say it was the holistic dentist who got me into this situation to begin with. ... (72 replies)
... First of all, two different dentists told you that you require an apicoectomy, so have it done. The pressure you are feeling is likely the infection in this tooth. This is why. The bacteria that cause problems with the tooth pulp produce gas, then the dental pain when a root canal is required. ... (2 replies)
... hey just wondering if you solved your problem with your jaw - just found this forum and hoping some of the people with major jaw problems are still around (72 replies)
... Wondering if anyone is still keep up with this thread. I have been searching EVERYWHERE online for answers to this excruciating pain I've been in and wonder if this is it. ... (72 replies)
Bone Graft
Nov 19, 2005
... Lateeth! I didn't know that bone grafting involved using your own bone matter from one part of your mouth to another.The surgeon never suggested my own. ... (11 replies)
... this can result in a severe infection. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to the boards. ... (7 replies)
... One of the best ways I have found to relieve some of the pain and inflammation is to rinse your mouth out with warm salt water. It has a way of reducing the swelling and going after the infection. ... (11 replies)
... Well I went to have the roots of two of my lower molars extracted yesterday. I'm feeling fine, but the surgeon said that on the one side it will be hard to place an implant as the infection from the root had caused a lot of bone loss. ... (3 replies)
Bone Graft
Jul 20, 2005
... Thanks for the reply casey, my case is a bit more complicated the surgeon wants to put the bone graft and 3 implants in the right upper jaw great. ... (11 replies)
... Most people don't have a problem with this drug. Only if you are on it for a long time then you can have serious stomach issues but a couple of weeks isn't going to hurt you. Please talk with your pharmacist about your symptoms. (20 replies)
... I recently went through an experience with medications too. They had me on Clindamycin, Flagyl, and Medrol dose pack all at the same time. The side effects were awful, but I had a really bad bone infection in my jaw. ... (20 replies)
... Reading about all of this always makes my stomach turn. Why is it that all of us have to go thru the stage of being told we are nutz, that the pain is in our head, that it is just a matter of neurology or sth psychosomatic? ... (72 replies)
... I had a root canal and crown about 2 years ago. Off and on since then, I have had moderate to severe pain in the bone above where the root canal was performed. I have been on antibiotics 3 times since then. However, the problem persists and has caused my lymh nodes to swell. ... (0 replies)




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