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... s laying down more dentin inside...like a broken bone will reinforce itself with more bone around a fracture site. Sometimes these teeth can heal and as long as the color does not bother you, may not need any treatment. ... (3 replies)
... Have you followed up with the oral surgeon or the endodontist about the abscess? ... (1 replies)
... up when the dentist informed me that I had 13 cavities. This seemed extreme, but he chalked it up to having a dry mouth from medications I was taking. I had the cavities filled over two sessions, and upon completion of the second session started having extreme pain in my back bottom left. ... (1 replies)

... usually bite changes especially due to crown or bridge work can start the ball rolling. ... (3 replies)
... I had all 5 of mine taken out. It was such a relief. For the 10 weeks they were in it was like having fiberglass and poison ivy in my mouth. ... (23 replies)
Bite Problem
Jan 28, 2005
... Thank you toothfairy, I will do that on Monday, at least then Ill have all the options. Your input is very much appreciated. I dont know if he should have been adjusting my bite here there and everywhere as he has been doing anyway. It seems to have made it worse. Each time I go back he charges me too. ... (12 replies)
... else has ever had this problem. Long story short. About 2 years ago I had a crown on one of my upper left teeth. Ever since my dentist and I have had problems adjusting my bite so that of course my teeth will touch when I bite down. ... (0 replies)
Bite adjustment
Mar 9, 2001
... No it's simple. Usually dentists use articulating paper to check the bite before you leave. This paper leaves a mark where the filling is still high. ... (5 replies)
... ray to verify that the PDL and apex aren't the culprit of your pain? ... (5 replies)
... I had an old filling replaced with a CEREC onlay in Dec. 2013. Part of the CEREC is pretty deep but still not so close to the nerve. I had no pain with the old filling but dentist told me there was a little caries. Right after the CEREC was placed the tooth became to hurt. ... (7 replies)
... I went to the dentist about two weeks ago to have a crown replaced. I'd recently ruined the porcelain on the old crown when eating some homemake caramel. ... (5 replies)
... My TMJ started when I had two fillings replaced by a new dentist. He did something wrong with the bite and when the novacaine wore off, my front teeth were hitting each and the molars didn't connect properly. ... (5 replies)
... My 6 year old has a stainless steel crown that was causing some pain. The dentist said that the bite was high, so he filed it a tiny bit down in her mouth. He did not polish it so it's a bit scratchy but it doesn't bother her. ... (4 replies)
... did not fix the problem there are two possiblities. ... (3 replies)
Root Canal
May 8, 2005
... Sometimes it takes awhile for the tooth to settle down. After the antibiotics have resolved the infection, inflammation still results. This needs time to heal. ... (31 replies)
... wn removed and some decay underneath taken care of 4 weeks ago....within 2 hours of getting home my temp crown broke in half....I had to wait 4 days to return to the dentist to have new temp crown put back on.....My tooth felt fine and I had no problems even with half a crown...... ... (9 replies)
Replacing Teeth
May 3, 2007
... you have SOME lower, can they do partials on a few, is it true that as long as say you have 2 on Each side, they can PERMANTLY connect a partial on the bottom...Is there anything I can get that I could leave on? ... (2 replies)
... still the saga goes on and on...one dr. ... (51 replies)
... I'm having the same problem. The "equilabration" procedure was done on my mouth, even though I protested because "if it's not broken, why fix it? ... (6 replies)
Bite problems
May 5, 2012
... e that dentists are "adjusting" bites when there is no need, and are doing far more permanent harm than good by doing so. Apparently there are a few dentists on the seminar circuit or dental schools that are drumming up sales by teaching this procedure called an equilibration or occlusal adjustment. ... (6 replies)


Associated Tags: bite adjustments occlusion, cavity, cavity under filling, extraction, filling, post filling pain, tmj, trigeminal neuralgia

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