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... 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)
... Mag, welcome and I am sorry you are having such problems. One reason for bone loss in general is osteoporosis. If you haven't been checked for it, you should be. ... (2 replies)
... ssues..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..WHY NOW would I have this happening and what can I do? ... (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)
... months pregnant, and have never had problems with my gums or teeth before in my life. Not even a cavity. Last week, suddenly I got what I thought was a sore inside my mouth. ... (1 replies)
... Has anybody onboard had surgery for bone loss plus bone grafts with synthetic bones. I just had my six month checkup and for the first time the hygienist used the probe to check the depth of pockets in each tooth based on x-rays on my last visit that showed bone loss (Periodontist). I had a consultation with the gum specialist who suggested surgery and synthetic bone... (8 replies)
... The fact that your gums hurt and bleed easily does imply there is an underlying cause such as gum disease. ... (7 replies)
... When your dentist removes teeth, he had to twist them out of the jawbone. At times this can lead to small fractures and the bone breaks off and starts coming up through your gums. ... (2 replies)
... In the meantime, rinsing with warm salt water is your best bet. Don't use anything with alcohol in it as this just dries out the gums and can make matters worse. ... (8 replies)
... Dale, I would like to know how you are doing now, since your jawbone surgery!! PLEASE LET ME KNOW! I believe that I have been dealing with a jawbone infection for over 20 yrs, ever since a complication from a wisdom tooth extraction, at the age of 20. My lower left jawbone hurts all the time, and I have a chronically sore gland under my jawbone as well. It hurts all the... (72 replies)
... rforms apisectomies and problems with the bones in the face. This guy took a quick look and immediately knew that I had a problem with the bones and that the jaw bone itself was infected. He told me that to wait would be a bad idea and decided to operate immediately. ... (72 replies)
... If you've had to have root scaling it is because you have bone loss and your dentist should have explained to you why you have this bone loss and how to prevent its progression. ... (5 replies)
... eople will believe what you wrote and take it to heart. I know I did take advice similar to yours to heart and it got me right here where I am with an unresolved bone infection, missing teeth and a whole host of problems. ... (72 replies)
... p visit. He thought that it was part of the tooth. What it was was the bone. The oral surgeon said that had never happened to one of his patients before. The bone was supposed to lie back down flat over where the tooth was removed. Instead, it flipped out and protruded towards his cheek. ... (7 replies)
... i am anxiously waiting for the dentist on the 19th.. at random times through the day my bite feels a little off. ... (77 replies)
... receeding gums is a gradual thing that happens for various reasons. From aggresive brushing to gum disease to just plain old age. There is no way to stop it with a crown. ... (3 replies)
... were you awake through the procedure? ... (50 replies)
... nd the other a bit more aggressive. I just wanted the fasted way to healing so I think the Aggresive guy was for me. In just the 2 days since my last post, the gums have covered the bone some more. I know loose fragments are normal but I was chipping small pieces off the solid Jaw bone. Anyways all is well I think. ... (7 replies)
... As for me, I think I am dealing with a jaw bone infection, but wont know until I get checked with a panoramic Xray by a HOLISTIC DENTIST... ... (72 replies)
... My infection was diagnosed through an accumalation of several tests. The day of my dental appt. which was the day prior to my surgery, they numbed me up and did bone scrappings and took gum samples. I had several vials of blood drawn at one lab and then they sent me to another lab and I had an MRI, and a PET scan. ... (6 replies)


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