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Old 09-01-2016, 03:24 PM #11
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On the x-Ray, there was new growth of bone in the extraction socket. My dentist said it had started to fill in, but it would take much longer to be filled completely. It looked to me like there was no gap at all but he told me that was gum tissue and pointed out what was bone and what wasn't.

I was worried about a sinus communication and he was sure that wasn't an issue. I'm just convinced this problem must be something to do with this extraction, rather than any diet or other issue. It's too much of a coincidence since it started so soon after, and nothing else has changed.

Bryanna, could this bone starting to fill in so quickly be a bad sign? I keep thinking maybe that means infection or something. I did tell him I was worried about this but he kept saying it was fine.
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another thing it could be is tooth decay on another tooth ..... they smell terrible. if you are still worried I would go to your family dentist and ask for him or her to do a check up and bitewings
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On the x-Ray, there was new growth of bone in the extraction socket. My dentist said it had started to fill in, but it would take much longer to be filled completely. It looked to me like there was no gap at all but he told me that was gum tissue and pointed out what was bone and what wasn't.

I was worried about a sinus communication and he was sure that wasn't an issue. I'm just convinced this problem must be something to do with this extraction, rather than any diet or other issue. It's too much of a coincidence since it started so soon after, and nothing else has changed.

Bryanna, could this bone starting to fill in so quickly be a bad sign? I keep thinking maybe that means infection or something. I did tell him I was worried about this but he kept saying it was fine.
Hey man what happened did the problem resolved ,i have the same symptoms as you ?
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I have the same problem. But mine is probably stomach issue. Ive been on antibiotics after the extraction and other painkillers which caused gastritis. I also did blood work for Hpillory bacteria which was detected and this can give bad breath as well. (The smells remind me of hydrogen peroxide smell)
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