My son had only two fillings and two sealants done while under deep sedation. Propofol, zofran, tylenol suppository, and fentanyl. They used a mask over his mouth and put an iv in and when he was out, they put a tube in his throat. The dentist did work on the specific teeth and she also x-rayed his teeth, and used fluride to clean his teeth. The neurologist has diagnosed him with dystonic tic...because the pain occurs in his hands, then in his feet, and then in his neck. The neck pain has continued for over a month now and hasn't improved. And yes, it is pain and not so much of a tic...however, the Dr.s call it a tic? I didn't realize tics are considered pain also. So if I have pain that moves to different parts of my body...the doctors consider that tics? Crazy. I'm still not sure any of the doctors know and I understand that they are limited in their knowledge..so I guess I haven't stopped my research into helping my son. I don't know if the drugs did it to his system..or if the tube? I just know that people don't go to dental surgery and come out with painful dystonic tics...and if they do...then something went wrong in the surgery. The only things we've done to address the pain is: all organic foods, increased DHA every day supplementation. The intergrative doctor recommended MSM for the pain, and then Milky oat seed for any muscle spasms. I bought both, but still reluctant to use either. I don't want to cause any more symptoms...however, it's very likely we will try the MSM this week, and introduce it slowly. I am going to get his blood tested for strep and go from there. the neurologist would like to do a MRI and use sedation so that my son won't move during the MRI...but because of this whole situation...sedation and MRI I cannot take lightly..so that may be the very last thing to look into. Thank you for all your support.