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... I find that my lip gets a bit cracked from the teeth resting on it. ... (3 replies)
... Will they be taking bone from the back of your jaw. That's what they're doing with mine. A little bone from my jaw mixed with donor bone. ... (29 replies)

... I'm SO glad you went and had a positive experience with the OS! That's half the battle right there! ... (42 replies)
... Carmela, the more I look in to this, the more I find it's more common in educated people. I've got a BA, MA, MS and MD and it's now, what, 6 years from my first post and I'm still trying to figure it out. ... (7 replies)
... While it is possible you have an infection from the tooth extraction, which you should most definitely ask your dentist about, the likely cause of your bad breath is ordinary dental hygiene. That is to say, I carefully read everything you do when you clean your teeth. ... (8 replies)
... Don't worry so much. It might sound scary but there's nothing to be scared of. I've had three surgeries and having my wisdom teeth removed was one of the easiest. It was so easy that I'd rather have that done again then to mop the kitchen floor. ... (5 replies)
... I recently came down with a terrible toothache. It started out in one of my front teeth in a dull but throbbing pain. The next day the pain spread to the entire right side of my mouth in both my top and bottom sets of teeth. ... (1 replies)
... I wasn't as young as you when I had all my teeth out and was fitted with dentures. I was 40, quite an average age for getting dentures. None of my teeth were worth saving and they all came out. By then I didn't want any teeth saved, I'd had enough of them. ... (16 replies)
... The reason he is suggesting a bridge is that missing teeth allow other teeth to eventually move into the open space and this then changes your bite and can cause other problems. ... (2 replies)
... Thursday, October 26, one week later I was scheduled to have my top left wisdom tooth removed. I should say right off the bat that my teeth are also kind of.. deformed. My roots are extremely long, thin as toothpicks and curly.. so the extractions are always tricky. ... (3 replies)
... lithography technology used to make the trays, and I know the guys from Silicon Valley who founded the company, so I know a little of the inner workings of the company. The treatment has its good points, but let me share these cautions with those of you considering undergoing the treatment. ... (96 replies)
M2bozz update 2...
May 19, 2007
... I thank you so much for your compliments. I am glad that expander worked well and you didn't have to loose any teeth. You must be even more beautiful then you were before!! ... (81 replies)
M2bozz
Nov 20, 2006
... I will be going up to my uncles this Wednesday and hopefully we will have a little conversation about what I should do. Because it is getting me kind of depressed having this nagging pain. ... (50 replies)
Gum problems
Nov 1, 2006
... not contain alcohol. These usually contain natural ingredients such as certain herbs or roots that are anitbacterial agents in and of themselves. There have been a few prior posts from members recommending and naming nutritional supplements as well that you may want to search for that can be taken orally. ... (3 replies)
Gum problems
Oct 31, 2006
... I honestly don't know if this is related to my teeth or if I have some nutritional deficiency, but since I've had a lot of dental work, I thought I'd put it on this board. I am 50 yr old and have had a lot of dental work most of my life. ... (3 replies)
... I am still have a little tenderness in my jaw. Other than that I am feeling good. I am glad that your teeth are straighting out. ... (299 replies)
... Hope... Sorry you're having a problem speaking. I guess I'm lucky because I'm not having a problem with my speech. But when I was younger I had to wear a retainer for quite a while and I probably got used to talking with a plastic palette back then and my mouth just remembered... ... (6 replies)
... the lower anteriors is everyone's hardest place to keep clean. if you aren't using your tooth brush in an up and down in the front bottom, then switch to that instead of left to right. flossing is certainly going to help you. ... (2 replies)
... funny about your hubby painting for a living, and you do it all at home! ... (289 replies)


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