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I am hearing that a dental implants takes as long as 6 months to properly osseointegrate into an upper jaw bone vs. around 3 months for lower jaw.Yes?
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Woke up with a really swollen cheek with pain at the back by my jaw, and lower jaw bone pain, no toothache or gum tenderness, pain when i open to eat?
Dr. Robert Kent answered
11 years experience in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
TMJ vs Salivary: This could be a couple of things, and you will most likely need to see a physician for relief. It could be an aggravation of TMJ syndrome, which would ... Read More
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Central sharp like pin stabbing in lower central chest at that bone. Pain radiates like a shock to jaw lasting seconds at a time. Standing upright brings it on. Norm cardiac workup. Low iron.
A 34-year-old female asked:
I have slight grind in my jaw since last week now my back teeth don't feel like mine, upper cheek bone pain at times - and jaw only opens about an inch?
A 22-year-old female asked:
Should I go to ER for extreme fatigue, random bruising, small lumps on neck and under jaw, and severe bone pain in hip but overall bone achy, itchy?
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