- Jul 31, 2014
Hi Morgana I have not had the zygomatics done but coral is very helpful look for her thread, good luck
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I’m glad the surgery went well and so far so good with the sinus issues. My fingers and toes are crossed for you that all will be well going forward and you won’t have any further issues. You’re a brave cookie!Hi,
I had the surgery done 3 weeks ago,not a very nice op,but by the end of a week I was fine,all healed.
Whether the surgery has been a success or not,I don't know at this stage,as the surgeon said it would be a couple of months to really tell,as infection can take time to mount up again.
So all I can say I have no problems whatsoever with sinusitis at this moment in time, so I am keeping fingers crossed,and feeling hopeful that this surgery has cured the sinusitis problems,and that I don't have to loose the implants.
Hope this helps.
Well the ops I've had so far have been G/A assuming future ones will be aswell. So apart from when they put an i.v in I really don't want someone coming at me/my mouth with a needle,I know I can't be knocked out for every single stage but this bothers me if its something that might happen further down the line.Hi,
Yes,I was given sedation 1st,and I believe they fully numbed my mouth by injections also,but I didn't feel them as I was sedated.
Although,by the time the denture was ready to put in,at the end of surgery,most of the numbness had worn off,so surgeon did re-inject as my mouth was sore and tender at this stage so I did feel the injection on that one.
Hope that helps.