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cardogman
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Dental Work and CH
« on: Dec 18th, 2005, 7:38am »
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Like to know if anyone out there has ever heard of this. Prior to this borderline nightmare starting. I went to a reputable endontontist to have a re-root canal. Needed to be re-done after a number of years. Well, when she drilled through the crown to get to the canals she perforated my tooth and went through the side. Very reputable huh. She continued the procedure when she should have stopped and the tooth couldn't be crown prepped for a new crown. I had to have Periodonatl surgery to have a crown legnthening procedure meaning the gum line had to be elevated the tooth fixed so there would be more tooth to put a crown on. The other option was extraction and dental implant. After I had that done I had that teeth cleaning thing where they go under the gum line. two or three weeks later this hits CH. I am wondering whether the trigemonal nerve was irritated and I developed this. Now the Oral surgery was done on the right and CH is on the left. Anybody out there have any clue is there or could there be a correlation.
 
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 18th, 2005, 9:28am »
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Check out the link below.
 
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/low/health/380497.stm
 
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 21st, 2005, 5:21pm »
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2 root canals later, and then my tooth was removed and still got CH, was sent to specialist and he confimred I have CH's. Now I have a DR.appt. next week to get on meds.
My dentist miss diagnosed me. His fault or common mistake, still trying to decide.
I am out a tooth, still in pain and out $1000 and angry
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Re: Dental Work and CH
« Reply #3 on: Dec 21st, 2005, 5:40pm »
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Heres my teef
 

 
Guess what?...I still have CH Grin
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