Suggest Remedies For Cough
Post nasal drip, otolaryngologist, nothing related to dentures
Thanks for your query. I have gone through your query.
As far as the lung congestion and cough is concerned, it has nothing to do with the dentures. Since you are facing these problems during night time, it is not related to the use of dentures (since you need to remove the dentures during sleep). You need to consult a pulmonologist or otolarygologist and get it evaluated. The possible causes for the post nasal drip like allergies, deviated nasal septum, infections, gastro oesophageal refflux diseases, needs to be ruled out. Once the cause is found out, it can be managed accordingly.
I hope i have answered your query. If you have any queries reply me back. Take care.
Practically not possible, CT SCAN, Otolaryngologist needs to be contacted
Thanks for your reply.
As far as the injection of painkiller or local anesthesia into the sinus is not practically possible. Please get a computed tomography (CT SCAN) done to rule out any such changes which are resulting in these symptoms.
The issue might have aggravated following the dental treatment. Nothing to worry. You can get the scan done and consult an Otolaryngologist and get it treated.
I hope I have answered your query.
Take care. Get well soon