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... No advanced bone decay. Less than a millimeter on the bottom, not worth measuring on the top. So evidently, this is being done in an expeditious manner is a good thing. ... (8 replies)
... d cleaned it on 3 different occasions before completing the RC. During the second RC the dentist drilled through the root and the RC filling had gone into my jaw bone and caused inflammation, I was given Amoxicillin 3g x2 sachets to be taken in one day and at last the pain was gone. ... (1 replies)
... It turned out to be a bone spur next to where my wisdom tooth was. The bone was through the gum wall. Local pain injection, incision on the gum to expose the bone, filed down the bone smooth. Four stiches to close. Not a pleasant proceedure mainly because of the location and the filing. ... (2 replies)

... It's hard to tell from here but I assume it can be what you are describing, e.g. a bone edge that has became apparent due to receding gums, etc.. Or perhaps it's something you previously ate that got stuck into there. ... (2 replies)
... ore. Left alone it does not hurt. It feels like a needle. It has penetrated the gum. Very hard like bone. Can't be the tooth it's not there any more. If the bone is out bacteria can get in. I will have to have something done about it. Has anyone else experienced such a problem? ... (2 replies)
... About five weeks ago my jaw was broke on both sides. They had my jaw wired shut for two whole weeks. The whole time after it happened I felt something slicing into the bottom side of my tongue. I thought it was a wisdom tooth that was dislodged when I was kicked in the face. After surgery they never said anything about it so I assumed it wasn't a big deal until I move my... (0 replies)
... I had a tooth extracted two weeks ago and it looks and feels like bone is coming out through the top of the extraction site and also through the side of my gum. Is this normal ? ... (0 replies)
... n, ache occassionally for no reason, tooth sensitivity or teeth that start looking longer or are more exposed, the base of the tooth looks discolored, etc due to bone recession. ... (2 replies)
... t will stop bleeding and it will feel better I had all my top teeth pulled in july and 2 bottom teeth pulled about alittle over a month ago and have had about 10 bone spirs I pulled them out myself but not everyone can so if not the dentist can remove it. ... (2 replies)
... My dentist was able to sort that out and it thankfully seemed to heal ok but I was left with a tiny hole in the side of my gum with a sharp piece of bone sticking through, but like I say it was tiny so it didn't bother me and the dentist said it would go away itself. ... (2 replies)
... When I went to the oral surgeon about a week and a half ago he looked at the site where the tooth was removed and there was a sharp piece of bone sticking sideways toward my tongue which was causing allot of irritation to my tongue. ... (3 replies)
... on the inside where tooth was removed that keeps cutting my tongue. Saw my Dr's assistant about a week ago and he said to wait a couple of weeks to see if the gum will heal over it. So far, its just gotten bigger and the whole area aches. He is starting me on another antibiotic tomorrow. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there, I was looking for this exact thing on google and came across your post. I too have the exact same thing happening right now with bone sticking out the right side gum above extraction, its at the side and not at the actual hole so to say and it's freaking me out. ... (2 replies)
... eave my home....which is not often due to MANY health issues..today I put them in and about 5 minutes after having in I felt pain and tightness in my upper right gum area. When I got home I took denture out and saw a bone coming through the gum..it is not out of gum yet b t thin layer over it.. ... (2 replies)
... Also, it has cost me over $16,000 to repair the damage and that doesn't count the implants or the continued suffering. A bridge also causes severe bone and gum recession (which I didn't know about and now have to have bone and gum grafting). If any one is considering a bridge, please please get a second and third opinion and don't have it done by a dentist. Go to... (5 replies)
... law works at a dental lab that does amazing work. I am aware of the possible bone loss, gum sensitivity, sunken cheeks and other hazards that come with getting dentures. ... (1 replies)
Dry Socket?
Nov 6, 2011
... dissolving stitches starting coming out today. I THINK I can see bone through a hole in the gum, but it may be more of the stitches. ... (1 replies)
... weeks ago. I have noticed that I have two black spots on my gum now and it seems that there is some bone that might be protruding through the gum. My oral surgeons office is closed. Whats happening? ... (0 replies)
... assurance that even if some of our worst fears are realised, modern medicine will allow the reconstruction of his teeth, through the options of dental implants or gum bone grafts or bridges or all of them... surely, HOPEFULLY we aren't going to be in a situation where he isn't fixable? ... (3 replies)
... I would definately go back and find out what it is. Does it feel like maybe a loose piece of bone that maybe sticking through the gum? ... (4 replies)


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