Reaction to dental blue light
Has anyone ever had a reaction to the dental blue light used in setting fillings?
This week was the third time this happened and now I know it is no coincidence. The day after my filling work is done, I get a lump on the roof of my mouth and canker-like sores on the inside of my bottom lip. After the lump on the roof, it turns into a blister and then pops. Pain!!! My mouth is a mess for several days. I saw my dentist the day after to adjust my bite, and she sent me to an oral surgeon right then. The dentist thought at first it might be a latex allergy, but the oral surgeon thinks its the stress of the dental work. He said we all have viruses living in our mouths, and the stress of having dental work activates mine.
I don't buy this because it never bothers me to go to the dentist and this has only happened fairly recently. I started thinking about it and am wondering if it could be the blue light. I looked around the internet and couldn't really find anything.
Has anyone ever had this happen?