It is possible that the type of local anesthetic the dentist used was particularly potent on you, although 24 hours is unusual. It is also possible the procedure the dentist performed may have bruised a nerve and that is why you are still numb. This is called a transient or temporary parasthesia. In severe cases, parasthesia can persist for months. Regardless of the cause, it is important that you let your dentist know you are experiencing this lingering numbness.
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You should tell him/her that they're hurting you, and if they still do it, write them a letter, and say your upsset about it.
You should follow up with your dentist. There could be damage to the TMJ, a problem with an adjacent tooth, or a remnant of tooth remaining in the socket, or maybe some other pathology.
Go to the dentist! Never try to fix that kind of thing yourself it will only make it worse...yea the dentist can be expensive but it will cost you more later when you screw up your tooth!
That doesn't sound good to me. You need to contact the dentist who placed the implant. He/she needs to be aware of your situation. Follow their instructions.
he's not supposed to be wearing it, but he still does. I'm guessing his foot has still been hurting him.
Go to your dentist. This could be a sign of Periodontal Diease. It could also be an allergy, but still see your dentist.
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its possible. go see your dentist
I don't think you have to if you still have fluoride on your teeth.
Your glove is filled with air.