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... left side. A hopping pain. I saw the dentist, and she at first said that I had a wisdom tooth coming in...but then looked at my chart, and noticed that my twelve year molars had never come. I was never aware of this, and I find it all very weird, considering that I'm 21 now. ... (0 replies)
... my 12 year old son has been in agony with toothache, a visit to the dentist and he said that he was 'teething' cutting 2 molars at top off his mouth, as a mum of 4 other children, when they had there older teeth they never experienced pain, has our dentist got it wrong? ... (0 replies)
... The last molars are the 3rd molars or wisdom teeth which appear from 17 on if they appear at all. ... (7 replies)

... Most good dentists these days are all for taking out the 3rd molars because they cause the necessary molars in front of them alot of problems, like decay or periodontal problems, due to the fact that they are so hard to get way back there to floss. ... (5 replies)
... My Bottom wisdom teeth were the exact same, i had them taken out. Let me tell you, you cant feel nothing but pressure...They had to cut my gum, open the flap and cut the tooth in half to take it out, and i felt nothing. As long as your dentist gives you the right amount of anesthetic. There is no need for sedation. The pain kicks in AFTER the sugery. I wont lie to you...it... (2 replies)
... Hello everyone. I am a 23 year old female. I have been putting off getting my wisdom teeth pulled since I was like 14, I finally saw the oral surgeon today. ... (2 replies)
Childrens teeth
Jan 16, 2007
... sonal note, my daughter had large spaces between her permanent teeth when they first started coming in. We thought she would need braces, but when her permanent 12 year molars came in everything shifted and she has a beautiful straight smile now. People often comment on how they think she had braces. ... (5 replies)
... nated beverages but I used to eat raw lemons in the past. I believe some of the teeth sensitivity that I experience today is due to that. Also, I saw pictures of molars of a 12 year old Cola addicted girl on the internet. She used to pool the liquid for extended periods of time at the back of her mouth. ... (4 replies)
... If you can afford to treat the 5 year old then treat him. I had 5 kids and from the time they were old enough to go to the dentist they went every single year and now they are adults and all 14 grandkids go to the dentist. It is in my opinion it is very important to treat children's teeth no matter when. ... (3 replies)
... Mostly by 9 years, 4 upper and lower front teeth and 4 molars, one in each quad are permanent teeth. Rest 12 teeth are mostly baby teeth. You can google human dentition on internet for more info. ... (3 replies)
... ad bad teeth since I was a baby due to a birth mother giving birth to me on drugs and I was an addict for teh first 2 months of my life. I spent most of my first year in the hospital on medications. When my adopted parents got me at 12 months old, I already had my 3 year molars. ... (12 replies)
... so I didn't go to one. One day, one of my molars broke in half while eating chips. I was certain the tooth was going to need to be pulled. While it didn't hurt, there didn't seem to be much of it left. ... (1 replies)
... wanted to do a root canal that I couldn't afford on it and eventually I went to a different dentist and he and his assistant discovered that since I didn't have 12 year old molars, it was a wisdom tooth and totally not worth saving at all. So he pulled it. ... (2 replies)
... If your daughter is not even 6 yet, she is going to have those primary molars for at least another 6 years, you want to do as much possible to save the teeth. Crowns are much better than space maintainers if the nerve are not infected. ... (5 replies)
... You should take your daughter to a general dentist for a second opinion. A pediatric dentist is a specialist and consequently charges more for his services just like any other specialist. I'm not defending this...it's just a fact. You are entitled to copies of her x-rays (usually for a small fee). Don't let the front office bully you. Take the copies with you so you... (17 replies)
Bone Graft
Jul 21, 2005
... ave one implant and have a one or two unit bridge to the eye tooth that might be the way to go it will save me alot money and time. Its horrible not having upper molars i only have the wisdom tooth and even more horrible not having teeth at all. Be careful about facial neuaglia you dont want that nerve touched. ... (11 replies)
... The reasons your molars are breaking is because you have mercury fillings in them. That is what happened to me. Mercury in a thermometer expands and contracts according to the heat. ... (16 replies)
... I wish I could put off having work done until January when my insurance will turnover, but unfortunately I have two teeth that are thumping with pain right now, even though I've been on antibiotics and painkillers for a week. :( It's just SO expensive! Part of me thinks I should go to school to be a dentist, haha. That's obviously where all the money is...too bad I've... (5 replies)
... per year. Being that it is close to the end of the year...I am just slowly chipping away at it. I am doing a couple of the procedures this year to use up my insurance...and the rest at the beginging of the year. Doing the most important stuff first. ... (5 replies)
... year. Her appt is on the 5th I will definatly seek a second opinion before then this dentist said it was the only way to save the teeth. They are the 3rd and 4th molars on the top right hand side if she was facing me. Thank you all you have been alot of help. ... (9 replies)




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