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What Causes Burning Sensation In Nose After Getting Tooth Extracted?

Hi I had a toothache and went to the dentist, we decided on extraction, I was awake for it. He used a drill hammer but was still having a hard time removing the tooth, he pulled and tugged until he finally got it to snap off then he pulled and tugged until he got all the root out. When it snapped off my nose started to burn and it still has that feeling. What should I do? Will it go away ? Can he fix it?
Mon, 29 Sep 2014
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Hello, Thank you for consulting with HCM.
This kind of allergic reaction in nose can occur because of excess of anesthesia. It will resolve within 2 days.
If it does not resolves after that also then you have to visit your dentist again for the examination and other investigations.
Hope it will help you.
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What Causes Burning Sensation In Nose After Getting Tooth Extracted?

Hello, Thank you for consulting with HCM. This kind of allergic reaction in nose can occur because of excess of anesthesia. It will resolve within 2 days. If it does not resolves after that also then you have to visit your dentist again for the examination and other investigations. Hope it will help you.