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... s a big but, you are not loosing any more of your teeth. They look fine. Nothing you have had done so far is that out of the ordinary. It's normal for wisdom teeth to need extraction around your age so forget about them. They are rudimentary teeth and not really useful. ... (77 replies)
... I am just shy of my 24th birthday and have been having quite a bit of problems with my teeth for the past five years. ... (8 replies)
... I know a guy who has black calculus on the top of his teeth near his gums. He also has some small spots on his teeth and his lower teeth appear to be rotting, they are all brown and it appears that he has a severe plaque build up behind his lower teeth. ... (1 replies)

... It's the oral surgeon's gig now, and that doc will give you whatever meds are needed. It all depends on what's going on there. Just because you have rotting teeth doesn't always mean you need to go on oral ab's. ... (3 replies)
... I didn't spend twenty years working two jobs and going to school nights so that I could get sick and lay in this bed for 10 years, helpless and rotting and having my husband take care of me. ... (11 replies)
... Keep your teeth! If you have 18 remaining good ones, don't give up on keeping them. Start flossing and brushing twice daily to prolong the life you have left in them. I can't speak to dentures yet thankfully, but I would imagine the pain afterwards would be tough without some good meds. I'd talk to your dentist about options for implants or partial dentures. They have... (3 replies)
... Hello all. I recently had two of my teeth break in half. Luckily these are back molars. I am going Wednesday to have them removed. I have already had 3 or 4 teeth surgically removed, not including my wisdom teeth. It seems as if my teeth are rotting out of my head. I am 28 years old. I have always had dental problems. ... (3 replies)
... ist shouldnt yell at you for not coming sooner ,even though probably would of been better if you did,but just explain you never had the money and yoiu had family problems and leave it at that . ... (4 replies)
... res. As the years went by, it no longer was a money issue, but rather a fear issue. Not to mention, deep down inside, I was terribly embarrased to have let these problems go on for so long. I was deathly afraid of what a dentist would tell me upon sitting in the chair. ... (3 replies)
Dragon Breath
May 10, 2001
... th in spite of good dental health. Please note I am not saying you have hep just that you should look into it and other digestive problems. Of course most breath problems result from food and bacteria rotting between teeth because people don't floss daily. ... (4 replies)

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