Chronic gum pain after implant: Since 1992 after I had operation on my teeth and had an implant on the upper right side.
Actually the pain begun the implant became permanent, not before. This pain is chronic, with a burning sensadion or a wound throbbing in my mouth, and times my whole mouth is in pain as if it will erupt.
I was operated on in Washington. and later sent to a colleague of my doctor in France and nothing improved, but only deteriorated. I will consider you a saviour if you can help. ...Visitor from Australia
Sorry for your problems, but without an examination and x-rays it is impossible to understand all of your issues.
If the implant is healthy you could have a neurological problem such as tic dolereaux or trigeminal neuralgia; both of which can produce pain of a burning sensation.
If you have been evaluated by dentists, oral surgeons and orally you are fine without pathology to
other teeth or gums, you may need to go to a neurologist for a consultation. I wish you luck.
Wisconsin Reconstructive Implant Dentistry
Richard Winter, DDS MAGD
Winter Dental Associates
Hampton Dental Associates
5323 W. Hampton Avenue
Milwaukee Wisconsin WI 53218
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