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A week after a mild bonding procedure and cleaning and two bite adjustment, I have pressure and pain in the back jaw (teeth)?
Teeth/Jaw: Do all your teeth touch at the sametime when you bite? If not then you may need another adjustment if the bonded filling you had placed is too high. Is the pain in the tooth area or higher up in the joint? Your TMJ may have been affected if the filling was high however it should clear up after the bite is even. See your dentist or get a second opinion from another dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After mild bonding procedure my jaw and teeth feel pressure. Doctor fix it but still feels the same.
Jaw\tooth soreness: How long has it been? And is it getting better, worse or the same? How did the doctor "fix" it? It is not uncommon to have some tooth sensitivity after treatment nor sometimes jaw soreness from injection or stretching your mouth wide open during treatment. I would give it some time, take some otc medications such as advil, Motrin or aleve (naproxen). If no improvement in a few days, call your dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It was not mild sedation. I was out. But I do not recall waking up during the procedure. However, the nurse at the procedure told me I opened my ey?
I had a stone removal procedure on 20th jan. I still have mild hydroureteronephrosis. How much time does it take for the kidney to be completely norml?
Stone : There is not definite answer. It varies. Speak to the urologist and have serial tests done. ...Read more
Can you die from local anesthesia for a small cosmetic procedure? I don't react well to benzo's. Scared of if they want mild sedation.
I had a colonoscopy yesterday with a biopsy. I am feeling mild discomfort and pain in my lower abdomen. Is this normal after such procedure?
I had leep procedure 8 months ago. I've always noticed mild bleeding on&off from having sex and recently its been heavier during intercourse?
It's been 3 weeks since my cryotherapy and I have mild cramps and light bleeding. I'm not sure if it's because of the procedure or my skipped period?
Cramps: cryotherapy: Cryotherapy causes cramps when performed, and perhaps for 45-60 minutes thereafter, Bleeding from cryotherapy is because the treated cervix is fragile and when healing will easily bleed. Get a serum pregnancy test to be certain your "skipped period" is not caused by pregnancy. Cramps "three weeks later" may be due to early pregnancy , and an ectopic pregnancy needs to be ruled out . ...Read more