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steel_panther

So im starting to notice a pattern, everytime ive had to get major dental work done (lots of freezing etc.) i have got an ob the next day.  If its a general cleaning, usually its fine.  Does anyone else ever get that?, this is the third time this has happend to me and its from the same procedure, (freezing gums and replacing a crown)

 

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Lulupazoola

With some heart conditions, u need to take antibiotics before even a cleaning.  A lot of bacteria gets stirred up i guess.  But this is a virus, so i would think "stress".  Stress definitely brings them on for me.

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JoeCocker234
On 12/17/2018 at 12:58 AM, steel_panther said:

So im starting to notice a pattern, everytime ive had to get major dental work done (lots of freezing etc.) i have got an ob the next day.  If its a general cleaning, usually its fine.  Does anyone else ever get that?, this is the third time this has happend to me and its from the same procedure, (freezing gums and replacing a crown)

 

thank you

Try talking it out with you dentist. I never had similar ob but i've used to talk about it at  California dental group and it was totally fine. They gave additional antibiotics, used some precarious measures   and maybe i was calmer because of that, but i never had ob after procedures. And my wisdom teeth has nothing common with their name and i had to go to dentals quite often.

Good luck to ya :P

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Lulupazoola

Stress makes me break out--any kind, good or bad.  Im certain getting a crown would make me break out.  Maybe take something to calm u before u go?

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