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... Hi. My name is Cindy. Because of some of my seizure meds, one in particular, my teeth are in bad shape. They were trying to save them but the more my dentist worked on them the gums had gotten too bad and my teeth were breaking and were unsavable. ... (6 replies)
... As far as general anaesthic goes. There are a few different kinds. I had a day surgery procedure back in the 80's, and had a bad reaction to whatever they gave me in the OR. I woke up and there was a tube in my throat and they were "bagging" me. ... (6 replies)
... Well i'm 38 years old and have just let me teeth get so bad that i'm so scared to go to the dentist.. ... (5 replies)

... My bottom teeth are salvagable so all this has to do with my uppers. ... (3 replies)
... Can anyone give me input on how a couple of rotten teeth could effect your body? ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for you rresponse. I think my wisdom teeth are in bad shape though, because they are impacted and in my jaw bone, I hope they don't have to break my jawbone or anything. ... (6 replies)
Need teeth fixed
Sep 28, 2015
... would be to have all of my upper teeth pulled and get an upper denture and some bottom teeth pulled and then get a partial bridge. ... (4 replies)
... dentist I have seen for consultation gasp... I am literally... very sick from this... every tooth.. and that is not an underestimate... needs to be yanked... the teeth I have left.. which are 17... 11 of them are black.. or just root left... I cant eat anymore... I cant sleep .. I have constant migranes... ... (12 replies)
... Big mistake I know. They are all in bad shape but three of them on the right side are totally rotten and have broken areas. ... (3 replies)
... please luv go to the dentist it muight cost a bit of money to get your teeth sorted out if they are that bad go for veneers and get that hollywood smile the dentist are hear to help people not to get people nervous pluck up the courage to go honestly :) kind regards nathan (5 replies)
... It is possible to remove retained roots. If your dentist is not equipped to do this he/she should refer you to an oral surgeon, who does this kind of thing all day long. This should be done promptly, as these roots are probably infected and may cause you a toothache at any time. Sorry I can't offer you any help on the financial angle, but you might try going to a dental... (1 replies)
... I had a crown last year that fell out. A piece of broken tooth remained in my mouth. I was told that I either had to get a bridge or an implant. However, I have been really nervous despite the fact that both are extremely expensive. ... (1 replies)
... Can I very well understand your fear of seeing a dentist, as I'm in the very same boat as you are. I am in dire need of dentures, uppers for now, and I'm too embarrassed to see a dentist due to my overall condition of my mouth. ... (5 replies)
Bone Loss in Gums?
Sep 23, 2002
... entist and am totally stressed. I knew I definitely needed some serious work done on 2 teeth, but was shocked when he told me that I had bone loss, and a cavity in almost every tooth. ... (0 replies)
... Fast forward to last month. Very bad mouth pain on wisdom teeth. ... (3 replies)
Need teeth fixed
Oct 2, 2015
... I agree with Movielover, that you should see an endodontist, or at least get another opinion from another dentist. My teeth are in pretty bad shape, too. ... (4 replies)
... no problems at all. The only reason leaving it for a year was the relocation and finding an area we were going to live in for at least several months. I saw a dentist every 6 months to a year in the UK and had a regular clean which we call "scale and polish". ... (4 replies)
... You need to get it taken care of because if one of your teeth gets infected the infection could travel to your brain or blood and kill you. I know what you mean about dreading going to the dentist. ... (5 replies)
... It is never too late to start a good home oral hygiene program, but an OCD one, no, that is not healthy at all. Overkill on cleaning your teeth can be as bad as not cleaning them at all. I URGE you to follow just a twice daily brushing for two minutes each time. ... (77 replies)
... and they clean her teeth in sections. This is because she has a tremendous amount of gum that has receded, and lots of stuff that is exposed and should not be. ... (12 replies)

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