Dear chris, What you appear to have is what we call "erosion" or "abfraction". By either name, what happened is your gumline receded to expose the root surface of your cuspid tooth. This is much
It sounds like you might be a bruxer( grind on your teeth at night). If that is the case, you may need a plastic bite guard you wear at night to relax your jaw muscles and help in reducing your pain.
Saffron - do not use the glyoxide for a minimum of 5 days after the extraction. It can break down the clot in the extraction socket and produce more problems, much worse than just a dry socket. Gentle
I am not sure if the crown could cause such swelling. If the swelling is still present you need to go back and see either the dentist who placed the crown or the Maxillofacial surgeon who placed the implant
Imran - It is impossible to predict how long it can take for the traumatized lingual nerve to heal. As long as the altered sensation is improving that is a good sign. Usually, as long as the injury