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(?)Vincent Syndrom ‏(Michal)
15:12

(?)Vincent Syndrom

Dear Dr, in the past 2 years, I had sensitivity in my right side first molar tooth, especially for cold or warm. When I ate, it could initiate an extremely agonizing pain, that would have last for few minutes or longer. The dentist, who could not find anything so as a jaw orthopedist. Later on, I have gotten a constant pain that was permanent and nothing could help to relief it. I was tested by MRI for a brain tumor and trigeminal neuralgia, which were dismissed. An ENT doctor was able to identify infection between the jaw and the ear and sent me to a surgeon for the teeth, because my lower jaw got numb with a sensation of electricity, itchy and pain. He removed my wisdom tooth on the lower right, which caused the infection, and the agonizing pain was gone. He said that I have Vincent Syndrome. Until today, I still have this numbing sensation, although it has weakened. My second molar had been broken, quarter of it, and I am still not able to bite or chew at all on my right side. I got a tooth rack for the upper jaw to help me close the teeth equally, to reduce tension from the muscles of jaws. I also noticed that my gums are retrieving themselves from the first molar to the lateral incisor. I have the sensations of the nerves and the feeling of a high tooth (first molar). I currently live in Berlin, and if necessary will come to Israel for a treatment. Many thanks.
Michal
vincent syndrome ‏(ד"ר גיל פיינר)
11:09

vincent syndrome

הי מיכל
הסינדרום המדובר הוא נדיר למדי ורצוי שתיבדקי ע"י מומחה לרפואת הפה. מעניין גם אם עשית בדיקות דם. נראה שאת כבר די מודעת לדברים שקורים לך בפה. נתחיל לאט: לגבי השן הגבוהה והשן השבורה- גשי לרופא השיניים שלך לבדוק, ואם צריך- לראות מה המקור לבעיה ולטפל בה.
לגבי היתר זה לא נראה לי עניין של זבנג וגמרנו. אבל מתחילים בהתחלה.
13:02

more of vincent syndrom

Thank you Dr. Yes, Vincent syndrome is rare, but the surgeon who extracted my wisdom tooth, diagnosed me with that. The numbness of the lower right jaw was due to an abscess that I had, and blood test indeed showed infection (elevated crp, MRI was negative for tumor or MS). That was found by the ENT doctor (ear nose & throat). After the extraction of the tooth, the pain was gone, and the numbness is still there but in a different variation, more like paresthesia (sensation such as tingling, tickling, pricking, numbness or burning). I saw many specialists, including endodontologist, and they said to me they prefer to treat me when the numbing will be gone. This can take up to a year, if ever. Meanwhile, I cannot chew on the right side and it is changing the way I close my mouth. My teeth do not close symmetrically anymore because of this “high” tooth feeling that I have, and the other molar broke because I do have some infection there, which they cannot see in x-rays. To my understanding from different research that I read(nih.gov), the high tooth is an indication for a root canal treatment. And it may be a case of osteomyelitis of the jaw. How do we solve this? Which specialist should I see?
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שלום מיכל
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