You may have been bruised by the shot. That happens to some people. It happens to me almost every time. The entire area where I was given the injection is tender. If it doesn't go away or start to get better soon, call the dentist and have them look at it. It could be pain from the tooth they worked on and not from the injection. I recently had a similar Experience, Where The injection was inserted into my hard palate there was swelling and severe bruising for 2 or 3 days. The skin fell off after this and I am left with a hole in my palate which is really really sore. When I went back to the dentist she said that this was an infection that had got into the injection site. One good tip here is to use a chlorohexadine mouthwash before having any work done to make sure your mouth is clean. Especially if you have a lot of dental caries
One thing is the novacaine the dentist shoots you with when taking out a tooth.
im not trying to be funny but go to the dentist you could cause a lot of harm doing it your self!
for a male dentist a dentist set with a few handy equipments would be best. for a female dentist a flower or statue of dentist would be cool
ask your dentist and see what they say, but mine told me 24 hours then i could cause it will cause you to get a dry socket
Hi, It usually is not normal however, it surely does happen!!! I have the same problem. The dentist who did extensive dental work on me had to order a very strong Novocaine from Europe. It lasted for 15-20 minutes and he was not through. He said because of the strength of the new product, he could not give me another shot. BUT, my nose was numb for 3 days. Another dentist refused to listen to my complaints and told me there was no way I could feel any pain. Your dentist should willingly give you another shot if you feel pain. You should never have to feel pain during a dental procedure. If the dentist refuses to remedy the problem, find another dentist who will listen to you. Be sure to explain past experiences. Keep on until you find a dentist who is willing to do whatever he can to provide you with a pain free procedure. JOSA1
I don't think so, but ask your dentist. My dentist insisted on pulling one of my molars, because he said , correctly, that he could move it with his finger and it would only cause me trouble, if left in.
To find an implant dentist in Raleig, NC, you could call your current dentist to see if there is one they suggest or you could check the yellow pages in the phone book.
Go to your dentist. This could be a sign of Periodontal Diease. It could also be an allergy, but still see your dentist.
A Tooth AcheAnswerYou could have a sensitive tooth, cavity or possibly an abscess. I would make an appointment to see your dentist.
You may have an infection in one of your teeth (possibly a molar) and you should first see your doctor, then dentist.
NO NO AND NO!!!!!!!!!
The pronouns that take the place of the noun 'dentist' are he or she for a subject, and him or her as an object of the sentence. Examples:The dentist said that she could fix this problem.My dentist tells terrible jokes; I wonder if hesubscribes to 'Worst Jokes Ever'.The dentist is on vacation. We expect him back on the fourth.My dentist was admiring my bracelet, so I brought one for her.
Depends if You Need Them Your Dentist will inform you if you do need them
It happens. Was/is it a lower wisdom tooth? The inferior alveolar nerve travels through the lower jaw, this is the nerve the dentist "numbs" to work on a bottom tooth. Lower wisdom tooth problems often cause an ear ache. It could be an infection, it could be the nerve was bruised, it could be do to normal healing with a little swelling. Tell the dentist/oral surgeon.
you could your insurance company and ask them to give you a dentist that the insurance would cover them and you get all the care you want for free and if you don't have one , you could go check online just put the zip code and the could find a good dentist with good pricing and near you as well.
No he just made it so everyone could see it and anyways why would he bring a camera of him going to the dentist?.
It could be that the crown is not seating properly. If it is high and it is the first thing that you are hitting when you bite down, that could cause you pain. You need to go back to the dentist and have them check it.
He thought he could be a good drill sergeant
Go to a dentist so they could fix it
online because some one could rob a store if they new the location because the machines are very expensive
Abscessed means infection and if it ruptures, this means that fluid will spill in to your mouth which could cause further infection the best thing to do is to see a dentist who will give you antibiotics.
If you have a lump in your gum after you have had your wisdom teeth removed, it could just be swelling. If the lump does not go away, you should seek advice of your dentist.
Go to an ER or dentist. Do NOT try to do it yourself. You could penetrate the sinus cavity and cause a worse infection or need sinus surgery.
One can find a cheap dentist in Dallas by using the website Yelp to look for local dentists in their area and then phone up and ask about the prices of said dentist surgery.
A physician is a doctor, so basically you are asking if a dentist is a doctor. There are a few different answers to that. In a way a dentist is a type of doctor (doctor for teeth) but you could also agree that a dentist is a whole other thing. People say "Im going to the dentist" or "Im going to the doctor" so it seems as if they are two different things.