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... I an quite certain i have a cavity on the side of my one front tooth between the looks like a tiny crater and is a bit dark... ... (6 replies)
... I also have cavities in my front teeth, those were filled. Its been a while now. ... (6 replies)
... For the past couple days I've had an ache in one of my front teeth. I realize I made a post recently pertaining to the lower front teeth feeling strange, but this ache is in a tooth on my upper jaw. At first it sort of felt like pressure, as if I had merely slept on it wrong. ... (1 replies)

... After I got the cavity filled I couldn't tell that there was even a cavity there. The used some kind of filling that matched the color of the tooth. ... (6 replies)
... I can't explain this feeling. It's not pain, it's not pressure, and none of the teeth are loose or falling out. ... (1 replies)
Cavity front teeth
Jul 20, 2008
... I've had fillings in between teeth and it looks like they put temporary spaces, very thin, flat metal pieces in there while working on the tooth to separate it from the tooth next to it. It's no big deal and the metal pieces are removed before you leave. ... (6 replies)
... I went to the dentist, and the dentist proclaimed right away that I had a perfect bite with none of my teeth taking damage or hitting each other too much. They then checked out the problem tooth and said nothing was wrong. ... (0 replies)
... I have been chronically ill with Lyme Disease for 15 yrs. I have always had bad teeth. It seems to run in my family. Both my parents had bad teeth as does my brother. No matter how much money was spent nothing ever helped.. ... (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. I have mentioned before i have a suspicious very solid growth under my tounge. It is the size of a seedless grape, but more oval in shape. ... (4 replies)
... lbs and in good general health. I have seen dentists every six months as far back as I can remember. ... (2 replies)
... about 5 years ago I had a molar extracted after about a year's treatment on it, and in the last couple of years I've had root canal surgery and crowns fitted on 2 other molars. ... (5 replies)
... very tiny itty bitty ones. Both were in between teeth. So I had them filled, and headed home. ... (0 replies)
... I am now 41. I had 2 baby teeth that never grew out. ... (8 replies)
... I never thought that my teeth would be like this. I brush my teeth every day, always have had good dental hygiene and never saw a cavity let alone a sign of crumbling teeth, until the last four years or so. One of my back teeth crumbled to the point that it is literally gone now. ... (2 replies)
... I noticed this, .... got a loosened front tooth was a couple of days after when I tried to bite 'really' hard candy or some food. In my guess, that caused 'trauma? ... (3 replies)
... is goes lol. As you can see I'm 25 years old. Ever since I was little I had very soft teeth. Genetics I assume. Anyways. I've always taken really good care of my teeth and not a single cavity until I got pregnant with my twins. ... (3 replies)
... Just this morning I noticed a scratchy point on one of my teeth with my tongue when I woke up that was not there before. ... (1 replies)
... so about a month ago, I had a terrible toothache and went to see a dentist. The dentist looked at the teeth, and determined it that the cavity in it was so bad that it was not repairable, so she extracted the tooth. ... (0 replies)
... off, with that dull ache. My dentist checked it out and said it was a cavity, but it's been approx. 6months later from the filling and it still aches every once in awhile for about a day or two. ... (0 replies)
... pULLING it would be the better choice, as it is not crucial to your "chewing" ability. Wisdom teeth tends to get cavaties and cracks much easier than your regular teeth, because its hard to clean and food gets easily trapped. ... (3 replies)

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