- Jan 15, 2016
I had an accident resulting in two of my front teeth needing replacement. I have already had them extracted and a bone graft (from a source other than my body) was placed in preparation for implants. So far everything has been pretty painless but I have been noticing a slight tingle in the area. It has been three months since the graft and the tingle has intermittently bothered me. It has been mostly noticeable after smoking my occasional medicinal canabis but recently it has been happening when I am not smoking. Being very young and not a cigarette smoker, this should have no affect on the success of my treatment. I keep thinking that this sensation is the feeling of the bone growing and it will go away when I get my implants placed next month but I am worried I might actually have nerve damage. I really don't want to live with this annoying sensation for my many decades to come so if anyone has any experience with this please help me.