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Bone graft
Nov 15, 2018
... My husband just had two implants put in the bottom and he needed bone grafts as well. They did the inscions, placed the bone and made him wait about 3 months before they could begin the posts for the implants.. ... (2 replies)
Sep 22, 2018
... specific instructions for the lab not to touch anything else. Upon receiving the partial back, the front had been changed and no longer fit as before. ... (0 replies)
... I use to go to the dentist regularly, with no problem. As a matter of fact, when I was in my twenty's I use to get my teeth drilled and filled without novicane, much to my then dentist's amazement. ... (0 replies)

Crown problem
Sep 24, 2018
... have a temporary crown that was placed on a tooth that had a root canal. It keeps falling out, even with temporary dental cement. This is very concerning for me, as I grind my teeth in my sleep, and the crown is very short, which leads me to fear to choke on it or swallowing it in my sleep, neither of which would be fun. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, my name is Erica , Iím 41 years old, & I have a lifelong Class III malocclusion with under bite. I never thought there would be any way to improve my bite. I was always told that jaw surgery was the only way. I had braces when I was a young and my orthodontist spoke with me and my parents about the jaw surgery but my parents did not have the money plus they were scared... (4 replies)
... Their were three syringes they used, lite curing it as they packed it in and later that day I had a killer headache. Also, she said not to get any on my tongue or I would get a nasty taste in my mouth. ... (5 replies)
Mad as heck
Jul 15, 2002
... and at the end of the procedure he said he's concerned that I may need a root canal as the filing that he drilled out was so close to the nerve. ... (11 replies)
... I've heard in the past that hydrogen peroxide could be used as an oral rinse and that it's a safer and more natural alternative to Listerine. ... (1 replies)
... infection with anti biotics will take a few days to get into your system ,take some pain killers as well,but pain should ease then. ... (4 replies)
... mething being wrong with the nerve. When you go to an endodontist they check the tooth for cold sensitivity. It does sound like there is an infection somewhere as that kind of pain and swelling usually means an infection. I would also make an appointment with an endodontist and have that tooth checked out. ... (5 replies)
... is horribly inflamed, as are my glands and cheek. I keep hoping that the antibiotics will kick in, but the pain is mind blowing and I'm on a purely liquid diet. ... (5 replies)
... I would think as long as your gums are healthy your gap will stay the same. If you get peridontal disease your gums will recede and teeth become loose, which can cause them to shift. ... (3 replies)
... years old and have a slight gap on my upper and lower front teeth. I have always had this since iv been young. My question is will this gap open up more and more as i age? ... (3 replies)
... Today, I have had them for damn near 6 years and I don't feel that they look as good anymore. ... (0 replies)
... I just had all four of my wisdom teeth removed today. As soon as I got home I sit around for about 1 hour. I then went out to go get movies and other things. I have since returned home and drank a Myoplex shake. ... (6 replies)
... I have never heard of implants the same day as extractions. I am getting ready to have 2 extractions but I have to wait 2 month for the implants. ... (4 replies)
... Has anyone had the dental implant done on the same day as the extraction? ... (4 replies)
... of prime importance. We realize the patient can't talk with their mouth open, but we chat in a very inclusive way. I think that the dentist and assistant talking as if you are not in the room is inappropriate if it is done to excess. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for letting me vent, and thanks for offering any comments about how you are treated as a patient at the dentist. ... (1 replies)
... Okay, first of all, are you from somewhere other than the US? I'm trying to figure out if you are using a different numbering system. Tooth number 17 is indeed a wisdom tooth, but it is the lower left wisdom tooth, not an upper. The upper left wisdom tooth is tooth number 16. This is if you are using the most common numbering system in the US. Now if we're talking a... (1 replies)

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