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... actitioner. When the orthodontist put braces on you, he didn't allow room in your mouth for the third molars to come in. It seems that it's easier to shift the teeth when the orthodontist affords himself more space to work with, instead of leaving an empty spot at the rear of your dental arch. ... (23 replies)
... enamel junction. If a cavity hasn't crossed the DEJ, then it is possible for the cavity to heal. This is called remineralization. If you can find a way to keep you mouth a little cleaner, use a little bit more fluoride, etc. ... (5 replies)
... Well teeth really just affect your appearance, so no big deal right? ... (10 replies)

... To answer your original question, yes. If your teeth feel bulky or hard to floss, that can be fixed, fairly easily too. And yes, if a tooth does not feel filled in, that can be adjusted too. ... (4 replies)
... Let's talk about facts. True sugar can cause decay, but there are other elements that cause decay as well. For instance Tumors in the mouth. ... (4 replies)
... My dentist was supposed to have fixed all of my cavities just recently and I find this problem with this tooth in between another tooth, so it may be hard to get to, but I still don't understand why it wasn't fixed. It is causing sensitivity with that tooth and the one beside of it. ... (7 replies)
... very tiny itty bitty ones. Both were in between teeth. So I had them filled, and headed home. ... (0 replies)
... I can not really compare it to getting a tooth pull since the only teeth I have out were my wisdom teeth. I would say that the pain can be taken care of with a couple of advil about 30 minutes before your appointment. ... (16 replies)
... o diet. Young adults tend to change their diet patterns after they leave home and often consume more sugary foods. The most common culprit is drinking sodas in between meals. Even diet sodas are acidic enough to cause tooth decay. Regular tooth brushing is great but daily flossing is far more important. ... (2 replies)
... weeks in between treatments because they remarked that the teeth were probably still sensitive. ... (0 replies)
... th partical spray and filled with the enamel stuff, and they hurt like hell when something cold or hot hits them, plus, I notice it's very easy to get food stuck between them ever since they worked on me. Why? ... (10 replies)
Dental problems
Nov 12, 2003
... as a division between the nasal and oral cavities during speech. ... (1 replies)


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