Sure I can tell you a lot more.
When the original Dentist (Dr. Gordon) killed the teeth and put the crowns on without doing them slowly (one every month or so) the 3 teeth started to die under the crowns. Any time a tooth is dying it’s affecting the bones it’s attached to. (Teeth are bone, very hard bone) Sinus cavity drop is a misnomer. What’s actually happening is bone loss, or a thinning of the bones (your upper jaw near your sinuses). When they kill your tooth and cap it with a crown, there’s also no way in hell to keep bacteria out of those cavities and around the gum line so you are dealing with amounts to a constant state of fighting off gum disease as well.
This is the definition:
Bone loss is a common consequence of loss of teeth and chronic periodontitis. … When that is removed through tooth loss, the bone “resorbs” (reabsorbs) into the body. In the first year after tooth extraction 25% of bone is lost, and this bone loss continues on.
As you age you suffer bone loss anyway. The bones get brittle. When you lose viable healthy teeth… its not not good. If you lose 2 or 3 at once, it’s multiplying the effect of the bone loss.
In my case these posts for about 4 years were like a wire brush in there collecting dust, anything I would breath in through my nose. I used saline rinses, had my teeth cleaned 3 times a year… didn’t matter.
When your bones shrink the nerves that are attached to the soft tissue around it are being affected. Its degenerative, and with degeneration comes pain. (Its why old people are creaky and sore)
The worst thing that happened to me constantly was the ear infections. My right sinus (where 2 of the teeth were) would be in a state of constant agitation. The sinus would drain into my throat and ears. I couldn’t stop the constant histamine reactions. Those posts were foreign bodies so my body was always trying to get rid of them. (Elevated white blood cells blah blah blah) I felt like I had the flu for 4 years.
Implants might be ok for you…IF you have a lot of bone to attach them to.
In my case, I’ve lost so much bone if they had to pull one of my upper teeth,my jaw would shatter. An Oral Surgeon told me if I ever have to have one pulled I would need what would amount to surgical reconstruction of my upper jaw.
Take care of your teeth, consider your options and DO NOT ever take the word of one dentist who says you need a crown. Always get a second opinion. I have 6 crowns in my mouth, all with root canals and I am always in some level of pain in my mouth.