Lip pain after Hachizo nerve damage Lyrica capsule 150mg of no use
Q: A woman in her mid-20s. I damaged my Hachizo nerve while I was being treated at the dentist’s office. It’s been a year and a half, but I still have a lot of pain around my lips. It is useless to take 150mg of Lirica capsule.
I’d like to have a nerve amputation. Is there any aftereffects after the resection? They say you spill food because you can’t feel it when you eat, is that true?
A: Hachizo nerve damage can occur during surgery to remove an ambushed wisdom tooth or plant an implant in the lower molar spot.
Hachizo nerve damage usually recovers over time, but sometimes the sensory abnormality of the lower lip lasts for a long time.
Even if the Hachizo nerve is damaged, there is no food spilling. However, there are inconveniences due to sensory abnormalities.
If you have pain around your lips, you can suspect other causes.
Visit the primary dental university hospital’s oral cardiothoracic surgeon to find out the exact cause and get proper treatment.