It was a very long day for me. I had a crown to one of my molars done, and then I had cleaning, and after, the setting of the crown. I had a lot of anesthetic in my jaw, got a rush of adrenaline too. Very trying experience. My cheek is swollen now and my jaw is very sore, I can open the mouth very little and I have to push the food in my mouth.
I will never put two appointments back to back. This was my second experience like this and the first one was no better. So now I know, one issue at a time, otherwise it's exhausting.
The pain is a lot less now, but the crown is very small. I haven't tried to eat, but I feel like I am going to hit the gum constantly when I am chewing.
I will see how it goes, and then I will talk to the doctor if necessary.
I find the doctor has a hard hand, for my comfort at least I would think he should work a bit on his strength. My husband is a patient of his too, and he was not bothered, but myself this is the second time in a row that I am getting out of the office with a shaky feeling. He is a very nice doctor, nice personality, polite, very involved, I Iike him, however it would be nice if he could monitor a bit his strength, at least where the women are involved. We have a weaker frame than men.