2 weeks ago i had all my teeth pulled and had 2 implants in the bottom to help with dentures. Had complications and had alot of bone graphing and membrane added. It has been an awful experience, and now I have numbness in my bottom lip and chin. I am wondering if anyone has had this problem.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Dental Implants2 weeks ago i had all my teeth pulled and had 2 implants in the bottom to help with dentures. Had complications and had alot of bone graphing and membrane added. It has been an awful experience, and now I have numbness in my bottom lip and chin. I am wondering if anyone has had this problem.
Report This| Share this:Dental ImplantsHi Shin10,<br /><br />I am sorry your surgery was more involved than you anticipated.<br /><br />Please talk with your doctor about the numbness. Similar to lower wisdom teeth removal, <a href="http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/wisdom-teeth?page=3">paresthesia (numbness)</a> can occur when the nerve is disturbed. <br /><br />Our <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/oral-health-exchange">Oral Health Community</a> may offer more member or expert response, please repost your concerns there.<br /><br />Hope you feel better soon,<br />Elizabeth
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