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... The quickest and probably least expensive thing to do is have a flipper made. It's sort of like a retainer, and it will have that one missing tooth. The dentist takes an impression and it goes to the lab. ... (3 replies)
... f my front tooth. As advised by multiple dentists, the tooth was extracted by a very experienced periodontist and an implant was put in place. I wore a temporary flipper while it healed. My periodontist gave me the ok to load the implant after 3 months, but for insurance purposes I waited 6 months. ... (1 replies)
... My question has to do with the two teeth (#11 and #12) next to the extraction site (tooth #13 I just had extracted over a week ago by an oral surgeon, and tooth #14 was done some months before it by my former dentist - long story). Anyway, I've had an issue with the teeth next to the extraction site in that, #12 almost feels like it's "crowding" into #11 (had some pain... (1 replies)

... That makes a difference. If it has to by pulled I'd say implant is the best choice, but costs around 3500 in the US. You have options. They can also do a flipper that's more cosmetic than anything. ... (1 replies)
... Hi again! I go back in a week so if my flipper isn't better by then I'll talk to them about fixing it.. ... (25 replies)
... You really can handle this. It was so much easier than I ever imagined! If you can have a great dental experience, this was it! ... (25 replies)
... You'll do fine! Honest! I think I used to be the biggest dental phobic in the world. Getting me to do all this was very hard. Now I go with NO FEAR! ... (25 replies)
... scary. It must've been, because I was a wimpy child who had never had any sort of medical or dental procedure done, and I don't recall being traumatized by it in the least. ... (25 replies)
... Hmmm... that can't be good... Can't really say I've known anyone that happen to so I'm not sure how common that is. How would you rate your dental hygiene? ... (1 replies)
... I had a flipper made prior to my surgery today so it was put in immediately after the extractions. ... (17 replies)
... Allison, Most dental practices can fit you with what is called a flipper- it is a temporary partial denture. A lot of your particular treatment may be based on the condition of your remaining teeth. If you need a lot of other work your dentist may be reluctant to fit you with a denture or dentures until the rest of your teeth that will support the denture are stable. I... (1 replies)
Implants?
Jun 5, 2009
... ell out in early December '08. My dentist refused to put it back in because he said there was not enough tooth structure to support it. He highly recommended a dental implant as the best restoration method. ... (4 replies)
... ork as an Assistant Director at a local Montessori School. I live a very simple life and am thankfull for every day I have here on Earth with my kids despite the dental mine field inside my mouth. ... (9 replies)
... Yea see, that taking away the enamel is what is really freaking me out here! I can't believe this dental issue is causing me such depression ...more then ever ...I have been down before but I got over it.... ... (12 replies)
... Hang in there. It's so worth it. It is just an inconvenience for such a short while for a lifetime of investment. Do not put pressure with eating on the implant. You may have to remove it completely for eating. Congratulations. Anita (6 replies)
... teeth decided to be perfect, but if you only will lose 4 teeth and be able to get implants there, that is great news. and it sounds as though you finally found a dental office you feel comfortable with. I know that was a problem too. We just do not know what we are getting ourselves in for. ... (13 replies)
... to get these root canals done. I sometimes think dental people take a perverse pleasure in taking their slow time after your appearance is altered and you are waiting for dentures!!!!!!! ... (0 replies)
... I too, had to undergo extraction of a front (upper) tooth #10 - if you know where that is. Well, I have been tramautized ever since, because of the cosmetic complication to say the least. It is not visible (gap) if I speak carefully but if I laugh, forget it! AND I think a lot of things are funny so need I say more! My process takes so long and I still have to wait several... (3 replies)
Fed up already!
Apr 29, 2005
... I had waited so long because i dont have any type of dental or health insurance and i have to pay cash for everything. The dentist i had been going totally soaked all the money out of me. ... (7 replies)
... If the situation left you no choice then you may want to go alone with the decision. In where I work (dental office), we do post build up (put a metal post in as support and build the tooth up then crown it) for cases like this but then I don't know exactly how the tooth looks like. If this is not an option, you can think about a bridge instead of a flipper. Now these days,... (5 replies)


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