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... I've had a number of different mouth surgeries ever since the time I was young. Basically I had a really small mouth that they knew wouldn't fit all my teeth, so some molars were removed and spacers put in. Later had the retainer and braces and everything. ... (1 replies)
... What is sounds like is when the dentist pulled your tooth he broke the root and left the tip in your socket. You need to get to a dentist that will remove the rest of the root tip. ... (7 replies)
... months pregnant, and have never had problems with my gums or teeth before in my life. Not even a cavity. Last week, suddenly I got what I thought was a sore inside my mouth. ... (1 replies)

... This past week has been one of the most stressful times in my life. ... (0 replies)
... I've received a couple of questions about my bone graft and guided tissue regeneration, so I'll post an update. ... (2 replies)
... Well the fact that the margin of the crown is now exposed more than before seems to indicate some retraction of the gum tissue in the area possbily due to an infection nearby. ... (1 replies)
... had bridge put in on lower right two teeth pulled..bridge attached to the teeth in front and back of teeth that were pulled. Have had nothing except problems since....gum receeded..feels like jaw bone also disappearing by the bridge.... ... (0 replies)
... I had only novacaine and did not feel a thing. the only bother is managing to keep your mouth open for so long. My quads were 2 hours each but one was 3 hours. ... (25 replies)
... ch was impacted atthe time was really really sore, and red. Which has happend on and off for years. But I took some tylenol and went to bed that night. I woke up in the morning, almost in tears. I couldn't barely open my mouth. My ear on that side felt infected, and my throat was swallon. ... (4 replies)
... ible bad affect so that if it happens to you, you can't sue them. But they rarely ever happen. He had IV sedation too. This dr was so good, he had the teeth out in 20 minutes and my husband left the office groggy. We used a bag of frozen peas to keep the swelling down. He was better in a day or two. ... (8 replies)
... IE they pour some in the hole. ... (2 replies)
... They look better than what I ever had naturally, but they are also bigger than my natural teeth were and are noticeably bigger than the natural and crowns I have in the rest of the mouth. The new addition just does not recede into the back ground, it bothers me all day long however hard I try to distract myself. ... (1 replies)
... r thing i would tell you, after you have the wisdom tooth taken out. Make an appointment with your dentist a week later to make sure you don't have a dry socket in the area the wisdom tooth was taken out. ... (52 replies)
... mind to either have your molar removed or keep it. Seems to me if it continues to cause you problems and your insurance is finished, you don't have much choice in the matter.If you remove it, no more worries. ... (1 replies)
Extracted Molars.
Oct 15, 2012
... an oral srugeon right off the bat, but he said he could do it. I didnt know how involved this would be. I had thm pulled o a wednesday and by Friday I was still in pain. I called the denitist ad to my amazement, they close at noon on fridays and no after hours number. ... (0 replies)
... Dry socket is one of the more common complications, due to the blood clot falling out before the gum tissue has grown over the exposed bone. This may happen three to five days after, especially if you are not careful about eating, rinsing after brushing your teeth, etc. ... (1 replies)
... a couple of weeks ago I got an annoying toothache in the top right corner of my mouth. at first I thought it was coming through a cracked tooth with an exposed pulp at the back of that corner of my mouth. ... (1 replies)
... that you have gingival recession in this are of your mouth and the rough are you are feeling is the "CEJ". CEJ is short for the cemento enamel junction. This is where the crown of the tooth meets the root. ... (10 replies)
Advice needed
Aug 13, 2008
... I recently had a tooth break, I went to the dentist who attempted to pull it. He said after 4 hours of working that there was a small peice of root left in there but he stiched it and said it would heal and not be a problem. ... (6 replies)
... k to the US or not. You also can't be certain you are getting the real thing, but a dear friend of mine pointed out that the people who live there buy their meds in the same pharmacies. ... (22 replies)


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