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... Hello, my 5 year old son has an abscess of a lower back molar (milk tooth obviously) In the last 5 or 6 weeks he has had 3 courses of antibiotic, one from doc for suspected throat infection - most probably the abscess looking back now, then one from the dentist for an infection causes to upper gum by early arrival of adult molar (during this exam the dentist notices a chip... (7 replies)
... The first permanent molar does not replace any baby teeth. Your daughters have 20 baby teeth. ... (7 replies)
... Tonight at dinner my 5 year old told me her mouth hurt, I had her show me where it was hurting her and she pointed to the gum right behind her molar. ... (7 replies)

... Hi, My son is 5 yrs old also and I kept catching him with his fingers in his mouth and chewing on them.. ... (7 replies)
... It sounds like her permanent 1st molars (or 6 year molars) are coming in a little early. They come in right behind her primary (baby) molars. These baby molars will be lost to permanent adult premolars at ages 10-12. She will get her second molars behind her 6 year molars at 12 years (12 year molar). The last molars are the 3rd molars or wisdom teeth which appear from 17 on... (7 replies)
... My five year grandson old whose teeth are brushed regularly by me and him, suddenly has 3 cavities. He's freaking about them! One, which is a molar will require a crown. I'm all for getting them takne care of as the teeth in which he has cavities are not ones that fall out at age 6 or 7. ... (3 replies)
... Because it's probably a 6 year molar. Perfectly normal. ... (2 replies)
... Due to gum disease, my second molar on the bottom right side was pulled one year ago. I had pockets of 5 plus and the dentist recommended pulling it to prevent the complications associated with deep pockets. ... (4 replies)
... Well I'm replying because I realize after reading your issue that the reality is actually to see the doctor and make up your mind to either have your molar removed or keep it. Seems to me if it continues to cause you problems and your insurance is finished, you don't have much choice in the matter. ... (1 replies)
... My father refused the idea. According to him, after a molar extraction you teeth began to shift. Which is true, but in my opinion is was needed. The dentist tried to save my molar. ... (1 replies)
... most one, is bad, since around July of last year in fact. ... (0 replies)
Ortho on the side.
May 23, 2001
... think that a pedodontist has as much business doing ortho on a 15 year old as I do taking a 5 year old to a hospital and working on them under sedation. I'm not trained for the latter, they not for the former even if we can do such things legally. ... (2 replies)
... I have had my upper molar hurting for last one year and has been wiggling as well. I used to think this will heal itself and let it go on. Things went worse actually and that tooth became dark in colour. ... (3 replies)
... I have had my upper molar hurting for last one year and has been wiggling as well. I used to think this will heal itself and let it go on. Things went worse actually and that tooth became dark in colour. ... (3 replies)
... If so, will it last till new molar comes in? ... (5 replies)
... If so, will it last till new molar comes in? ... (5 replies)
... The only thing the dentist could have meant is that the specific space maintainer will only be in there until the first permanent molar comes in. ... (5 replies)
... I can't comment on the procedure of placing a gap between the 2nd and 3rd molar because I have never heard of it. I don't know what the cons would be to such treatment. ... (23 replies)
... sensitivity which turned to pain when eating or drinking anything hot. It was on a molar that had been root canaled a year before. ... (2 replies)
... my breath. It's not even the pain it's.. I don't even know!! Ughh I hate being such a baby. But really all I have to get through is the waiting room and then 5 minutes after they take me in the room. Oh, I have a question. How long will this take before I wake up? ... (28 replies)


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