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Times Where Nerve Repositioning Could Improve Mouth Pain
Posted on 9/7/2020 by Pacific Oral and Facial Surgery Center
Times Where Nerve Repositioning Could Improve Mouth PainAn exposed nerve can cause a lot of pain. This is a tough situation and when you're suffering from such a problem the best thing to do is to consider repositioning of the nerve. If you ignore a sensitive nerve, this can create a lot of problems for you. If you thought that a decaying tooth hurts, then you have no idea how much pain this nerve can cause you. If you want to avoid that pain, then a smart thing to do is to consider getting nerve repositioning done on time and before any crucial dental procedure if required.

Covers Up Sensitivity


An exposed nerve is prone to sensitivity. This means that you have to limit yourself from eating food or drinking anything that's too hot or too cold. It also reacts badly to anything spicy or salty and this means that you'll have to take off a number of food items from the list. This makes it tough for you to provide your body with complete nutrition and you could suffer from more health problems. Instead of having to go through all this it makes more sense to reposition the nerve for more functionality and comfort.

Better Functionality Post Implants


One of the best things about repositioning the nerve is that it helps to restore full functionality post an implant. If the implant is placed over a sensitive nerve, then even after the procedure, it's almost impossible to regain the functionality of the tooth. However, when the nerve is repositioned and covered, it's easy to use the tooth effectively. The repositioning procedure is a fairly simple one and it is highly recommended prior to any major dental procedure to help provide better dental health. You can visit our office so we can check if you need this procedure prior to getting your implants fixed or not.
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