Upper Teeth Numbness Can Be Seen A Few Weeks After Nasal Surgery

Tooth Numbness After Nose Surgeries

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When will the numbness behind your front teeth go away? - Why do your teeth hurt after a nose surgery? - Tooth numbness after septoplasty - Upper teeth numbness after rhinoplasty - Nasopalatine nerve - When does numbness disappear after nose surgery? - Numbness after nose surgery - Numbness in the upper teeth after nose surgery - Numbness in the upper teeth after septoplasty surgery
 



Nerves leading to the gums and anterior teeth of the upper jaw come through the nose. Surgery in the septum may cause stretching or injury of these nerves. This may cause some of the incisor teeth of the upper jaw. In most cases, numbness in the nose is temporary after nose surgery. Similarly, the nasal tip may be compatible after septoplasty. Sometimes it can take weeks or even months to return. Postoperative transient numbness or pain in these teeth is common, but almost always recovers within a few months. Rarely, in some patients numbness after nose surgery can be permanent.

Nasopalatine nerve 

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Nasopalatine nerve - Wikipedia
 
 
The nasopalatine nerve controls the forehead in the four upper anterior teeth and a small portion of the mouth pit behind these teeth.

The sphenopalatine enters the foramen into the nasal cavity, passes through the roof of the nasal cavity, passes under the sphenoidal sinus mouth, reaches the septum, and then proceeds between the periosteum and mucosa in the lower part of the septum. The maxillary anterior teeth (central incisors, lateral incisors, and canine teeth) are the sensory nerves of the palatal structures around them. It also gives a few branches to the mucous membrane of the nasal septum.


Why do your teeth hurt after a nose surgery?

 
This nerve passes through the nasal septum (cartilage and cartilage and bone divided into the middle of the nose). Damage or swelling of this nerve during septoplasty surgery may cause pain, numbness, or tingling sensation in the upper anterior teeth for two to three weeks. As the septum heals, this feeling is likely to decrease gradually. In general, patients note that numbness is in the palate just behind the upper incisor, upper gum or two anterior teeth. This usually lasts a few weeks after surgery. In the same way, lip numbness after nasal surgery also improves within a few weeks.

When does numbness disappear after nose surgery?

 
If you feel any of these after a septoplasty operation, do not worry that it will probably heal after a while. If you are concerned about them, you can consult the physician who is operating on you who knows the best about your procedure and who can prescribe some medications that will help you for a few days after the operation. Surgical procedures that define the curvature of the nasal septum are usually performed as part of the aesthetic nose operations.
 
Murat Enoz, MD, Otorhinolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgeon - ENT Doctor in Istanbul

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