Dr. Dale Rottman
Dr. Dale Rottman
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413 N. Main St.
Thiensville , WI 53092-1670
Mon 8:00am - 5:00pm
Tue 8:00am - 5:00am
Wed 8:00am - 5:00pm
Thu 8:00am - 5:00pm
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Marquette University School of Dentistry
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Is it normal for a tooth to hurt when tapping and biting down on it a week after a deep filling? In brief: It is not unusualHUMAN BITESee 6 more answers
Pain in teeth is never normal.
I have a small lump under my tongue like an alsore but doesnt hurt, is very red. Its not in the tongue but floor of mouth. What can it be. In brief: One possiblitySee 2 more answers
It is hard to say without seeing it but one possibility is there are salivary ducts under the tongue and sometimes you can get a stone that blocks the duct which can cause some swelling in the area.
Sometimes these stones will pass but if too large they need to be surgically removed. You should see your dentist for an evaluaion
My lower left jaw , gums are extremely swelled up because of some kind of infection around my back moler is there an inexpensive procedure? In brief: What is expensive?See 6 more answers
The first step would be to get on antibiotics to get the infection under control.
I would advise seeing a dentist to evaluate the source of the infection and treat accordingly.
I have a bump or a lump in my upper mouth on the top of my gums, my front tooth is loose a little bit what could it be. In brief: Possible infectionSee 5 more answers
If the bump is above the loose tooth it is possible you are getting an abcess or infection either from the tooth or the gums around the tooth.
Have your dentist evaluate the toothABSCESSED TOOTH DENTAL ABSCESS
I have recently lost a tooth to a failed root canal-mandibular second molar.Carl E Misch doesn't recommend replacing second molars,should I follow him? In brief: Not necessarilyROOT CANAL IMPLANTSee 4 more answers
If you have an opposing upper 2nd molar that is in healthy condition, I would recommend replacing the tooth.
Do I need braces if my teeth are straight, but the problem is that I don't like how I have some gaps around my teeth? Can I still get braces? In brief: Braces are possibleINVISALIGN COSMETIC DENTISTRY VENEERSee 3 more answers
Braces would be the ideal way to permanently close the spaces.
Jaw joint on right side keeps popping whenever opening and have limited jaw opening. Will this go away on its own or is there conservative treatment? In brief: See your dentistSee 4 more answers
This will probably not go away on its own.
Wisdom teeth extracted tuesday 2 on left cut out & stitched up. Migraine on left- head & jaw since wed night. Can't go back. Normal? In brief: Some pain expectedSee 3 more answers
It would not be unusual to have pain for several days after wisdom tooth removal but should be relieved with pain medication.
If you are having severe pain, it is possible you have a dry socket, in which case you need to return to the dentist to have it treated.MIGRAINE MIGRAINE HEADACHES WISDOM TEETH
What kind of dental work do I need before i get braces put on? In brief: Healthy mouthSee 8 more answers
First you should have a good cleaning and make sure your gums are healthy, no bleeding or inflammation.
Next if you have any cavities, they should be treated. Also your dentist or hygienist should give you good oral hygiene instructionBRACES
I have a crowned tooth (all porcelain) that slightly hurts (sensitivity) when I suck in cold air or floss. What does it mean? In brief: Things to checkDENTAL CARE ARTIFICIAL CROWNSee 9 more answers
If the crown is sensitive to cold and flossing, it could be the bite is off and your are hitting too hard on the tooth.