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I had surgery to remove a dental cyst now when i bend forward i get shooting pains through right side of my face, runny nose metal taste in my mouth?
opening to sinus: If the cyst was in the vicinity of the sinus the removal may have created an opening from the mouth to the sinus. These often heal and close on their own. Antibiotics would be prescribed along with precautions regarding creating pressure between the mouth and sinus such as drinking through a straw. If it doesn't close on its own surgery would be required. Follow-up with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
Surgically removed?: I can only give you some general guidelines since i cannot clinically see you nor the x-rays of your teeth and jaws & specifically the "dental cysts" in question. Cysts generally enlarge over time and need to be surgically removed. As they get larger over time, may become infected, effect other teeth, & destroy bone & other tissues, should not generally be left untreated. Consult with a local os. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dental Cysts: Yes we do. What would you like to know? ...Read more
My son is scheduled to have dental work while sedated next week. We just found out he has to have a thyroglossal cyst removed. Can these be combined?
Problem: I do not think there is any problem. Plenty of time in between for the drugs to clear off. There is some discussion regarding the effect of general anesthesia on little children. There are conditions implicated and some anesthesia drugs incriminated more than others. Statistically wise it was never proven anesthesia in little children can be linked to any diseases, mental conditions, or autism. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Oily/metallic taste in mouth for 7 weeks now, also dry. No dental probs. Have yellow cyst on tonsil, no pain. Firm module under ear behind jaw. Help!
See a dentist or ENT: The firm nodule under your ear is the big concern. It could be an affected lymph node or parotid gland. The bad taste and lack of saliva would suggest the latter. The question is why is it firm? Infection, cancer, blockage? Go see a dentist or ENT physician asap and get it checked out. The longer you wait, the worse it will get. And have your throat checked at the same time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having recurrent dental infection even after rct, apicoectomy and cyst removal. Can this be making me sick - swollen glands, aches, fatigue.
Poor prognosis: The damaging microbes from the dental infection grow in the mouth and then find their way by spreading to other organs of the body making you sick. The prognosis of this tooth is poor. The current research points to a higher predictability of success with the extraction and dental implant placement in this situation. See your dentist ASAP. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Got all but 8 teeth pulled for partials. 6 weeks later got sweet taste/mucusy phlem. Also have 2 cyst left check and congestion left side for 7 yrs . ?
Return for follow up: Often times the top teeth, or maxillary teeth, can be associated with infections into your sinus areas. The removal of the teeth can help to eliminate these infections, but this should be monitored closely by the surgeon who extracted your teeh. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am undergoing oral surgery for the removal if a cyst in the roof of my mouth slightly above my front teeth. What are the possible causes. No pain, ?
Numerous casuses: And most are not painful. Most common is a dental abscess from a tooth with a necrotic pulp ("dead nerve"). Other sources can be dental ("supernumerary or extra" teeth), developmental--nerve cells trapped between the "joints" of the bones of the mouth, for example, or neoplastic (pre- or cancerous). It is important that your surgeon submit the tissues to an oral pathologist for microscopic eval. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Please tell me what to expect from surgery to remove a throat cyst. My consultant said a metal tube is used which may break teeth. Worried?
Laryngoscope: Greetings. Your ENT was describing the surgical procedure where we slowly advance a rigid scope into your mouth past your tongue to your voice box area. I performed this surgery Tuesday and no problems occurred. I use dental guards. Make sure your surgeon has performed this procedure many time without complications. Board certification is also important. Finall ask OR nurses or Anesthesia for help ...Read more
I have a infection in my teeth and gums and a cyst in my left armpit and having stomach pains along with back pains can anyone's help me get antibioti?
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