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damage to part of the brain and the cranial nerves of the maxillary and manibular division of the facial nerve can cause lack of sensitivity of your teeth in the upper and lower parts of your mouth.
I silent stroke can do this.
do you have a copy of your brain MRI scan report? was the MRI scan with contrast?
I would get a copy of your MRI scan.
I would be happy to review it with you
if it showed a silent stroke, this could be enough to cause damage to certain cranial nerves
which can cause numbness of the back upper and lower parts of your mouth and gums and teeth.
stroke damage to the brain can be difficult to solve
you have to improve circulation to the brain.
no smoking, no alcohol, regular exercise, bring down your cholesterol levels
physical therapy and occupational therapy can help as well.