Complex tooth removal and what's after


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Hello guy's,
I need an advice, if anyone, anyone can help just a little, that would be great :)
I have been on extraction 6.months ago, of my 17th tooth (7th on left bottom side) and it went horribly wrong.
Long story short is, that during removal, my trigeminal nerve got a bit damaged and removal was so bad that after there was an infection and dry socket. Drilling 4.times to clean it up and it got healed.Also there were a jaw disk displacement during removal of tooth and it end up on wearing braces. I've finally got after long search great orthodontist. He made braces, but it couldn't be attached into any teeth on that side because of huge pain, so he made it half attached on right side lower jaw up to tooth 12(2nd on left side).
Now I just want to get a little help.. :)
I am still having a pain on that left side, on last tooth where braces are attached (2nd on left side) and also from tooth 14 (4th on left side - where I have had two weeks ago a root canal done) after 3.weeks of wearing braces.
What can cause the pain and also like aching feel on them and on the healed "hole" where the extraction was done?
Is it from braces, that they are moving teeth or from the wound or you think from damaged nerve or all together?
Any help, or opinion would be amazing. I know it is complex, and hat's why I am trying this forum guy's.
Huge thank you!
 

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honestdoc

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I couldn't see the attached image(s). If you have nerve damage, you will feel numbness. Most likely your pain may be from the traumatized TMJ, possible grinding/clenching, changed biting dynamics, and moving teeth (if you are older than 25, it is harder to move teeth through more dense bone). You may followup with the orthodontist, primary dentist, possible TMJ specialist and at last resort, an oral surgeon.
 
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Thank you very much for your reply :)
Do you think it will be like that for longer? I am just concern that this will last for long time tho.
Thank you so much again! :)
 
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honestdoc

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It's hard to know from my position how long your problem will last. Again, consider followup with the providers stated above.
 

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