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... whew! There was pain when she put pressure on the tooth with her finger and pain when I push my tongue against the tooth which she stated occurs from a bruised ligament. She said it could also take a few weeks to settle down. Oh dear! ... (16 replies)
... As I press on the lump, I can feel a lot of pressure under the tooth that had the root canal. If I press hard the whole area is sore for a little while. ... (2 replies)
... While the teeth themselves cannot be bruised, either the pulp (the nerve tissue in the middle of the tooth) or the PDL (the ligament that suspends the tooth in the bony socket) can become irritated (inflammed). Both problems are related to trauma (heavy bite, decay, exposed dentin, fracture, ect.) and can be helped by an over the counter anti inflammitoy, so long as the... (1 replies)

... Glad to hear it's not nerve damage. Never heard about fluid touching the nerve. What kind of fluid? ... (26 replies)
... side is still completely numb. From the centre of my lip and chin to just beyond the farthest point of my lip is numb. The feeling sucks. And I'm hoping it's not nerve damage, but by this time, I'm guessing it is. ... (26 replies)
... Now, what your consistant problem seems to be is your bite being a little off. What has basically happened over time is the bone has become bruised by having you hit harder on that tooth than the others around it. This will heal, but bone heals slowly, so it may take a while. ... (7 replies)
... I used to get headaches and neckaches everyday. I had 2 impacted wisdoms. I was also warned that one of the wisdoms was very close to the nerve and that I might lose feeling to one side of my face. I had all of my 4 wisdoms taken out. Believe it or not the next day I went to school. ... (26 replies)
... Sorry I couldn't reply, I went up north for the weekend. I think your right. There's nothing you can do about the nerve damage, and the teeth must come out or you will have many worse problems than a bit of numbness. ... (26 replies)
... nose or bend down I can hear crackling, my ears sound slightly strange to me. Is there a possibility that he did the novocaine injection wrong and it bruised my jaw? ... (0 replies)
Wisdom teeth
Aug 2, 2002
... pain will resolve on its own. If the nerve was accidentally injected with lidocaine it may resolve on its own. If a nerve was actually severed, treatment is needed and the SOONER it is done the better the chances of recovery. ... (4 replies)
... All I know is that there are two nerves that can be damaged during extractions. The nerve that was damaged during my extraction is called the Inferior Alveolar nerve. ... (53 replies)
... A few weeks later my top right front tooth was really achy and my left top tooth was feeling sore. I went to the dentist and he said nothing is wrong, no real pain from tapping and the teeth were still alive after doing the cold test. ... (0 replies)
... Another option is that your nerve could be irritated or bruised. Sometimes root canals just fail too, and the tooth needs to just be extracted. Good luck to you. I know it hurts. I've been there, done that. ... (2 replies)
... some of you may remember me from a previous post about the dentist from you know where.I had a very bad extraction where the dentist busted my mouth and bruised my face it took over 4 hours to pull this tooth then I had dry socket. ... (3 replies)
... I had three apicectomies, done by a specialist. Two on the top left and one on the bottom right. The nerve that comes out under that tooth has apparently been bruised and therefore caused the numbness. The specialist says it could take up to six months to come back!!!!!! ... (2 replies)

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