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... ereditary. About 4 weeks ago a hard place on the left side of my mouth in the gum surfaced. I went to my oral surgeon and he said that could either be a bit of tooth or a bone fragment and that it would most likely come out on its own. Well, with a little help from me, it came out. It was a bone fragment. ... (2 replies)
... I am picking out some fairly large bone fragments, it is about three weeks since the 12 remaining upper teeth were extracted. ... (1 replies)
... I'm afraid a trip back to the dentist would be necessary. It sounds as though there are bone fragments that are causing a chronic infection. Unfortunately, this happens esp. when the extraction was a difficult one. ... (1 replies)

... This is pretty common with tooth extractions, especially wisdom teeth extractions. It is really nothing to worry or be concerned about. What is happening, is that the bone is healing. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for replying. Right now I have nothing in that area. No crown. Just the hole where the implant was and where the bone graft was done. I don't think I feel something erupting, but of course I could be wrong. ... (2 replies)
... the first week after the procedure was done. ... (2 replies)
... I am a 50 year old female who had an upper molar drilled out October 2005 because the tooth broke from the extraction at the root tips. ... (4 replies)
... Clayton, sorry to hear that you have bone spurs. They can be a real pain. ... (8 replies)
... I had 3 wisdom teeth removed July 3. I've had several bone fragments come through my gums next to the extraction site on the bottom right. I was treated for dry socket, the tooth was full bony impaction. Lately, I've had lots of ear pain especially after eating. ... (3 replies)
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Dec 1, 2005
... Hi! I just read your post, after posting my own similar situation, shortly after yours. My dentist told me that mine were bone fragments, and I go tomorrow to get another larger one surgically removed. Mine, however were all in the areas of tooth extractions. ... (5 replies)
... A few weeks ago, I had a wisdom tooth extacted because it was partly inpacted. Unfortunately, the tooth broke and the dentist had to spend 30 minutes to try to extract root fragments. ... (5 replies)
... geon today and she said everything was looking great! The tenderness and pressure I'm feeling on my right lower side was definitely due to the extremely damaged tooth that she had to cut out. Not only did it break the first time she grabbed it, but it broke again when she dug further down into the gum and grabbed it again! ... (1 replies)
... Hello there. I'm hoping I can get some insight and personal experiences on having a full extraction done. I'm not really sure what I am to expect and would like to learn more if I can. ... (2 replies)
... e 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)




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