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Old 10-22-2021, 11:53 AM #1
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had tooth extraction, found cysts, dentist cleaned out, now healing well, except feeling some soreness on tooth next to it, could cysts spread, what needs done. should i have imaging done, on 2 more days of antibotics, gum fistula gone.
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Old 10-22-2021, 10:24 PM #2
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My first thought is the extraction work could have caused distress to the tooth next to it. Since I know how well Myrrh Tincture works on pain and healing, I've been using it for over 10 yrs, I have a couple areas that give me a little pain now and then and I just put a little Myrrh on that area and it's gone pronto. I have not had any reason to use Myrrh in some months.

Do some research for yourself on Myrrh Tincture and dental pain.

You can always go back to dentist but I try to figure things out before running to docs.
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Welcome, janthur!

That dental work must have been quite recent. It takes quite a while sometimes for the part of the mouth where work was done to "calm down." I've had quite a lot of dental work over the years and have noticed that to be true time and again.

Probably the remedy dentists are always recommending would help here as well--warm salt-water rinses from time to time during the day.

If there's an extraction, the dentist or oral surgeon often schedules a follow-up visit. You might want to do that if it hasn't already been done, just to make sure everything is healing up the way it should.
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