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... Hi! It sounds like the appointment after the molds is likely the one where you'll get to see the 3D animation on the computer of your teeth! It's really cool. ... (96 replies)
... On Saturday, I was surprised when amazing amounts of pain hit me. THe pain is mainly from the back part of my gum, but it would move around, radiate through my teeth, even towards the front teeth. I tried to eat, and grimaced when it felt like an ice pick right through my teeth. ... (0 replies)
Need Some Advise
May 3, 2006
... I went down the road you are heading in. I lost my upper and lower front teeth many years ago and did implants. ... (4 replies)

... Hi all, I need some advise, Ive got teeth on thier last legs.. been trying for last 20 years trying to save what I can... ... (3 replies)
... After reading through the threads my story is typical ... I am 36 M in Southern California desperately in need of dentures and after reading through your posts not so scared anymore!!! ... (5 replies)
... I just turned 30 this month and have gotten extractions and immediate dentures. I to was very afraid and nervous but it was my overall health that got me through it all. My oral health is genetic on my mothers and fathers side. My grandmother got dentures before she was 30 and said it was the best thing she'd ever done. ... (4 replies)
... I needed to find a new dentist. When I arrived for the appointment I found out he did not believe in using nitrous oxide. That was the only way I could make it through an appointment if any work needed to be done. Luckily I only needed a cleaning. ... (14 replies)
... I don't think anyone else thinks about your teeth except that you have a nice smile. I mean, you may be aware, but most others never will be. When they look at you, they will just see a nice smile. ... (5 replies)
... The main cause of bone loss is periodontal disease, but so many general dentists don't check for it. Dentists should measure the depth around your teeth at every dental cleaning. I would suggest you see a Periodontist. Orthodontics can make bone loss worse in people who have Periodontal disease. ... (7 replies)
... Not sure where to start this but I am so worried about my teeth I'm not sure if I am overreacting, or if my situation is as bad as it is. ... (8 replies)
... I've been off and on medication for about twenty years, since my early 20s. That's also the time that my teeth started to rot. I always heard about dry mouth dangers but no one really sat me down and told me about how having low saliva could ruin your teeth. ... (5 replies)
Wisdom Teeth
Jul 11, 2011
... Your dental appt is your answer. It is possible that your wisdom teeth cannot fully erupt. ... (1 replies)
... which is sending my nerves up i am a nervous wreck cant eat properly worrying if they fall out and leave a massive gap making me gummy as i already got teeth out at bottom,. ... (7 replies)
... due to jaw fracture during wisdom teeth removal Jan. ... (53 replies)
... Hi D.. I can't believe how it has sapped my confidence so badly, I don't remember ever being conscious of my teeth until recently and now I can't think about anything else!! ... (17 replies)
... I had been seeing a dentist that said I needed a crown on every tooth and being afraid of losing my teeth I belived her so let her crown one or two teeth a year. ... (1 replies)
?Indy gal
Jul 23, 2003
... Hello there! That was kinda weird to see a post directed to me... I am not sure what kind of advice you are looking for, but I'll do my best to help. ... (2 replies)
... you got the onlay to restore your bite in the first place. Hitting your front teeth may result in increased wear and eventually pulp inflammation. Sure, replacing the onlay may result in a root canal. ... (8 replies)
... you got the onlay to restore your bite in the first place. Hitting your front teeth may result in increased wear and eventually pulp inflammation. Sure, replacing the onlay may result in a root canal. ... (8 replies)
... I have lost a couple of back teeth over the years and never had any trouble with other teeth shifting nor felt the need to get an implant as both were next to the wisdom teeth. No problem with chewing at all. ... (22 replies)


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