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... nings to get you up to date. If you don't get regular check ups like every 6, 4, or 3 months whatever your need then your teeth will be sensitive as well as your gums being tendered. If your teeth are sensitive to begin with, it will be more sensitive after the cleaning. ... (1 replies)
... I went to the doctor on Monday and had some cleaning done on my gums. Now this is my 2nd cleaning done in my whole life. I am 20 years old and the cleaning was done mostly around the back of my mouth. ... (0 replies)
... mm pockets, and 6mm on 1 molar. I came back about 2months after the cleaning and was pleasantly surprised to hear I didn't have ANY pockets, and my gums looked great!! ... (5 replies)

... my mouth when the orthodontist did the braces he created a space on both the right and left side of my top teeth. This space was between the first two molars. After the braces were off, I had to have a Marilyn bridge put in on both sides. ... (2 replies)
... rently I am not aware that any of my wisdom teeth have come in or are coming in. The pain has happened in both sides of my mouth, but it doesn't last constantly. After a few hours it usually goes away. Also the pain doesn't hurt a lot. It feels like more of a nuisance and a bit of pressure than it does pain. ... (1 replies)
Deep cleaning...?
Dec 17, 2003
... I've had this done a few yrs. back. I had to have both upper right and upper left done and it was done in 2 visits. I got a numbing shot in the gums. That hurt because she must have hit a nerve and I felt weird tingling all the way up my nose! And my lip was quivering. Odd. ... (8 replies)
... After cleaning out the nerve it still hurt. ... (4 replies)
... where the lady goes point by point on your gums and rates it. And she complained of it smelling bad...which wasn't really polite in my opinion. ... (5 replies)
... threatening allergies, all of which manifest as anaphylaxis and all of which are delayed after exposure by at least several hours. The first is to capsicum, the second to all steroidal medication and the third to a chemical called Phenol. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks Matt! ;) I don't think I will ever let a dentist aggravate the damaged area again. It's too much of a risk that he will make it permanently more painful. I can't use toothpaste or mouthwashes. I find them utterly repulsive. Can't go anywhere near it. So I can't make the area less painful. I never eat sweets or sweet stuff. Thanks! :D (6 replies)
... n I could not stand it anymore. I just told him I have extremely sensitive teeth. They take their time and I tell them immediately that it is too rough if they hurt me. ... (6 replies)
... hygienist what condition your gums are in and how you can prevent gum disease. Make sure they show you how to brush and floss properly. ... (4 replies)
... and my teeth were receding a bit. I had perfect gums, have never had a cavity. At the start of 2008 everything was great. But I stepped up my cleaning a bit at the time because a friend was having gum issues. ... (0 replies)
... I came in to have the stitches removed after a week. The gums were bright red and bled easily in the area but the pain had subsided by the time of that appointment. ... (3 replies)
... When you go to the dentist, have them measure the amount your gums have receded. ... (5 replies)
... and seeing great specialists at guys,who are helping you out,and doing a good job,i'm really pleased for you .and yes it may be a good idea to get a new dentist after your finished with the hospital. ... (49 replies)
... me people are so phobic they lose their teeth. The irony is that although I feel more comfortable going, I dont have the money to pay. I had a major cleaning, my gums are in bad shape, but I am doing the best I can. AT least I can eat, sorry this is so long, but its very emotional. ... (11 replies)
Dental Scaling
Jul 19, 2003
... They look so good". You have to keep up with after care. The dentist told me to buy colgate sensitive and brush gently the first day and then regular after that. He told me to FLOSS gently the reg. after that. ... (2 replies)
... I went to the dentist today for my fillings and cleaning appointment. Here's what happened. ... (3 replies)
... d go back to being a happy size 10 any day! ... (91 replies)


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