Have You Ever Heard Of The Metal Wire Going Under The Gum After Dental Bridge Treatment? My Dentist Says It’s Normal.

Q.
Hello Andrew, I hope you can help. After completion of a dental bridge treatment, the wire which was connected to the false tooth went inside the gum after a few days. I started feeling pain occasionally. The dentist who performed the bridge said that this is normal but prescribed antibiotics and painkillers if pain persists and also advised to use fluoride toothpaste. Does the metal wire ever go inside the gum after few days? Have you heard of this before? Please advise me on my future course of action. Thank you.
A.
Hello and thank you for getting in touch. I don’t really know what’s happened here, I would need to see you in person to assess if anything was wrong in any great detail. Perhaps you should seek out the advice of a second opinion. Try to find an experienced dentist who has experienced with dental bridges. If you would like more information on dental bridges, you can find out through this website. I hope this helps. Kind regards, Dr Andrew Moore. 
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