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Old 01-12-2019, 04:50 PM
 
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I had an implant done about 3 months ago after my first molar on my left side was removed about a year ago. Putting the crown in was fine, but I had a sensation in my mouth of the tooth not quite belonging there (no pain or discomfort), if that makes sense - I put it down to my mouth having to get used to it.

This sensation didn't go away, accompanied by some slight sensitivity in the gum around the crown (again, not painful, though) and about 6 weeks after the crown was put in, I noticed that it was slightly wobbly. I went back to my dentist who readjusted it, tightened it more, and for about a week, all was good and I was very happy with it - well, I spent enough money on the whole thing, that's for sure...

That familiar sensation then came back afterwards - whilst I've not noticed any wobbling, I've had about 4 weeks of the same feeling of the tooth not quite sitting in my mouth how I would expect to. I've been assured that there's no problem with the crown size, and visually, all looks good.

Has anyone else experienced this? Would you say that there may be an issue with the procedure, or that it may just still need some adjustment?
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Old 01-18-2019, 12:08 AM
 
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Well dental implants take 2 months to settle in so I think you should visit your dentist as early as possible.
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