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... off the bridge and told me to have the baby tooth pulled and put in an implant. I was referred to the periodontist who pulled it out and put in an implant. The implant went well. I had no pain in this area, but the temporary bridge was giving me problems. The gums were sore and ulcerating again. ... (2 replies)
... Ridge on the cheek side of your mouth. It sounds like, from the trauma to your two front teeth, you have bone loss that needs to be replaced. And this is what a bone graft will do. This can be done when they extract the teeth. After a bone graft has been done, there is definitely healing... ... (1 replies)
... the gum around one of the implants got red and puffy, and there was a slight taste from it. ... (0 replies)

... for the bone to fully heal around it. After the implant was fully integrated with the bone then the post was attached to the implant and the crown followed. During the healing period of the implant a temp crown was anchored to adjacent teeth so I didn't go toothless. ... (2 replies)
... infection is resolved. Also there may be damage to the bone caused by the absess. If this is the case you may need a graft done to support an implant. Or if there isn't enough bone to support an implant. ... (5 replies)
... I lost an upper molar due to an infected cyst. Once the infection was cleared and the gum healed my dentist placed a single implant 13mm, which was back in Feb 2000. ... (3 replies)
... I need to schedule a bone graft in the next month or so and I am terrified. ... (1 replies)
... I had one on for two and a half years! My first implant failed. ... (6 replies)
... Of course you know I am no expert just because I have implants too but will share that I have odd sensations at times as well. If I have a sinus infection my face hurts where the implants are. I have a spot on the bottom that hurts from time to time and found out recently it is a nerve not the implant itself. ... (2 replies)
... thanks. he's a general dentist with a good reputation. presents at conferences, etc. he also said another way to build up the bone is from cow bone. uh....? ... (6 replies)
... hat should have been filled with the post which holds the crown, and could be infected. He did not Rx antibiotics though. The pain feels deep, and there could be bone infection. Or, a missed root in original root canal but they don't think so. They don't think it's a crack, either. ... (14 replies)
... You are right in that most people start the implant process after the tooth is pulled. The implant is not placed in the same day, its just that when you pull the tooth and preserve the socket in the same day, you reduce the chances of losing bone. ... (17 replies)
... So sorry to read of your pain. For some reason I was not receiving message notifications from the board. I wish you were each in a better place with your teeth and RCs. ... (91 replies)
... And i never heard from my dentist that an implant might fail if not all your teeth are pulled? ... (36 replies)
... niversity and also on the faculty there so she is on the forefront of research...her specialty is bacteria. Her idea is not to use antibiotics to get rid of the infection but to clean it all out. ... (13 replies)
... My wife had 4 teeth that needed removed and wanted a partial to replace afterwards in her top front right teeth. The dentist suggested getting bone implants as well. ... (0 replies)
... It's not that easy to distinguish it's dental or nerve pain. ... (51 replies)
... n a day. He told me that in 1995 he began to experiment with placing implants and immediately attaching the teeth. He became under great criticism by many in the dental field. But his decisions were based on science and not a whim. ... (14 replies)
... e to have a chance to have my own teeth. Without my parents love for me seeking out these doctor's I would still had my baby teeth as with this condition without dental intervention a person's baby teeth never fall out. ... (21 replies)
... i am keeping all my options open... i will definetly need one implant or a maryland bridge due to a cracked root in my upper left 2. the root still has an infection i believe, so it the long run i will need it to be removed... ... (12 replies)

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