when i was a kid i had a sinking tooth and it was operated on, i can t remember what i t was called. I was told to keep an eye on it and get it looked at if it sank again i was told it was not that common.
I told the dentist and he thinks i am nuts, and he cant get any records from the orthodontist i was seeing for braces at the time.
Pretty much all that happens the tooth sinks into the jaw and keeps going, it aches, i was told the next step if the operation didnt work was to pull it out and put a capped screw or bridge in my mouth. That is all the info i know.
Any help would be great, a name or something to give the dentist to look up would be great.
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