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Old 01-05-2015, 08:24 PM #11
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nyuszisue,

Thank you for the kind words. I really appreciate it

I am a worrier too and always have a boat load of questions. So I understand where your concerns are coming from

Hopefully you will see improvement in that red area in just a few days time.

Bryanna


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This is the second time in almost a year ( two extractions ) that you are so patient answering my questions ( and lots of other peoples too of course ) and I appreciate that so much ! Thank you for taking your time being on this site, and making so many peoples lives easier with your knowledge and kindness of helping.
As for being an ideal patient.....I'm always a worrying about everything type, but your posts help a lot. Thank you, Bryanna !
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Simple extraction of root canaled tooth #5 happened 3 weeks ago, didn't have any pain in the past 3 weeks. The socket is still kind a dark red inside, it looks like the hole is closing , but gums still feel puffy and the odd feeling of the neighboring teeth is still there, same as the first day. No pain, just a " tugging " puffy, tender feeling. I still rinse with a warm salt water 3-4 times a day, I don't eat on that side yet and I don't brush the extraction site yet, just around it.
Is this normal healing ? Or I should go back to the OS ? I didn't have a post op appointment , he doesn't do that if there are no problems .
Hey nyuszisue, I came across your post because I have exactly the same symptoms as you did back when you posted this, and on the very same tooth. Could you kindly tell me if your symptoms were resolved without additional intervention and how long did that take, if you remember? I'd greatly appreciate any update!
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