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Old 05-06-2016, 11:00 PM
 
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I had the start of a implant started eight days ago.I had the old failed crown and post removed and the remainder of the tooth pulled out.The extraction took nearly two hours.The endodontist then put a bone graft in the remaining area.I was given prescriptions for motrin and amoxicillin and told not to suck any straws.Here it is eight days later and the pain has not decrease very much.I am thankful for motrin.I ask should it have taken two hours to extract a tooth in pieces.I liked some input why the tooth next to the tooth that was extracted should have this much pain and whether it going to get better.Thank you.
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Old 05-06-2016, 11:12 PM
 
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I had the start of a implant started eight days ago.I had the old failed crown and post removed and the remainder of the tooth pulled out.The extraction took nearly two hours.The endodontist then put a bone graft in the remaining area.I was given prescriptions for motrin and amoxicillin and told not to suck any straws.Here it is eight days later and the pain has not decrease very much.I am thankful for motrin.I ask should it have taken two hours to extract a tooth in pieces.I liked some input why the tooth next to the tooth that was extracted should have this much pain and whether it going to get better.Thank you.
After 8 days there should be little to no pain. You should contact your endodontist.
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Old 05-10-2016, 12:47 PM
 
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Oral surgeons are the experts in tooth extractions and complications. Try contacting one.
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