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... Then it started happening to the 4th tooth. I did not want to kill all of my teeth. This is my canine tooth and the root was exposed with a dent in it from brushing. The pain was burning my lip but not as bad as before. ... (6 replies)
Cracked tooth
Mar 30, 2009
... That would depend on how deep into the dentin you are. If you still have a lot of dentin remaining, your tooth does have the ability to insulate itself over time. ... (5 replies)
Wisdom tooth broke
Nov 25, 2004
... My tooth broke even more, and I dont know how they will get this out. I just want it out because my tooth is so sharp that it is tearing up my cheek and the gum behind my lower tooth from rubbing..... ... (11 replies)

... In my case, an implant needs to be done for the tooth that has had root canal a long time ago, which means that they kill the nerves. That's probably why I don't feel any pain back there even though that tooth is cracked. ... (22 replies)
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Very bad tooth
Oct 4, 2007
... Just try taking a pain reliever such as aleve or advil. But taking them all the time may make your tummy feel even more upset. ... (2 replies)
... Dentists make most of their profits doing crowns.According to Frank Jerome DDS, author of "Tooth Truth", crowns are never neccessary and are bad for your teeth. They often kill your teeth the day they are done or cause the tooth to die later. ... (4 replies)
... For a bad tooth to just rot out and fall out of your mouth eventually? ... (5 replies)
... First thing is it's the bone that will hold your teeth in. As long as your bone is good, don't worry about loosing your teeth, and it sounds as though that is fine or they wouldn't do root canals. Root canals have more to do with decay that reaches the nerve than anything else. ... (77 replies)
Apr 22, 2005
... Antibiotics help temporarily because they reach the active infection IN THE BONE and ligaments around the tooth via your circulatory system. ... (9 replies)
... which tells the infectious disease doctor which bugs you have and what antibiotics will kill them. ... (6 replies)
... biotics can kill infection outside of an abcess but sometimes if it's sealed off or if it's inside the tooth, antibiotics don't work as well. ... (9 replies)

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