Hi- I'm not sure if you still check this but my husband had an implant placed in October 2012. About six weeks later he began feeling facial pressure, migraines and a general flu-like symptoms. He's had numerous ct scans, blood work etc. all comes back normal. His oral surgeon says the implant looks great. This is the only thing in his health history that has changed so we think it's the implant. We would like it removed but are fearful his oral surgeon could be correct and he'll be left with these symptoms. He was so healthy before!! Any advice you have or if you could share your experience, we'd be so grateful. Thanks! -Stephenie ***@****
I hope you are still reading your notes. I noticed that you got your implants out a while ago and hope you are feeling better. I just started feeling symptoms and am in panic mode. You mentioned a Dr. Carrasco in NJ in one of your posts. I live in Brooklyn NY and would really like the doctors contact info if you could give it me. Thanks and stay well. Wendy
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Do you have any information on titanium plates that have been used for fusions in the neck? Do you know anyone that has had one removed? Any help would be appreciate. My email is debbie 284 at hotmail *******. Thanks Debbie
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