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Numbness in teeth one year after serious assault

I was seriously assaulted one year ago and CT showed I had 4 fractures in my face including orbital and one on the top of my nose, next to my eye. I had to have corrective surgery to fix the bone on the top of my nose and a deviated septum. When this assault took place, I was punched once and experienced instant numbness on the whole right side of the front of my face and on the upper right side of my two front teeth and gums, even though I wasn't hit in my mouth, but by my eye. The numbness eventually went away in my face and nose, but my teeth are still completely numb to this day, with not even the slightest bit of feeling, one year later. I was wondering if you could tell me if the feeling in my teeth will ever come back or will those two numb teeth eventually fall out??????

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