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Full Mouth Of Teeth Feel Weird
Simple explanation: A "routine" cleaning is performed on a patient every few months or so, and as such the patient's teeth are relatively easy to clean. Patients who have poor oral hygiene and have not seen a dentist in years have so much calculus that they need debridement to remove all the hardened material. It is next to impossible to thoroughly clean years of hardened calculus in one visit. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
New general dds took full mouth series radiographs. Checked pocket depths (few teeth) but not any edge margins where I have crowns. Incomplete exam?
Quick not thorough: Crown margins are visible on the x-rays, however the x-rays are 2-dimensional representation of a 3-dimensional object, so he/she should've checked in the mouth. Also, he/she should do a soft tissue oral cancer exam as well as checking the grooves of your teeth and integrity of existing fillings. There are several things that show up in the mouth that don't show up on x-rays. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have 2 missing teeth LL quadrant. Is it really necessary to get a full mouth cbct at a high cost of $800?
No with info given: Based on the info you have in your question, I'd say a CBCT is essential to get done because of the important structures in that area, but there are CBCT scanners that can take just that quadrant. As far as the fee, that would be dependent on exactly where you lived and the expertise of the doctor! Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Could not having full contact on every teeth lead to tmj, tightness, or not a feeling of mouth closure. Right side has teeth not making contact?
Dental question. Every time I brush my teeth I get a mouth full of blood. Soft head, mint tp w fluride, what can I do?
See a Dentist Now!: Bleeding tissues are never healthy, regardless of where they are in the body. Imagine if when you combed your hair your scalp would bleed. Or when you cleaned your ears they would bleed. Or it would bleed when you went to the bathroom, or blew your nose, or scratched your skin. Bleeding without trauma is always a sign of trouble. In the mouth, it's usually gum infection (periodontitis). Get help! Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
I need full mouth extractions 20 teeth remaining. Also need dentures after. I have Medicaid and live in New York Brooklyn. Can someone direct me?
Obamacare provider: Go to an Obamacare provider of your choice, most likely you will need a general dentist and possibly an oral surgeon to complete all your dental needs. You need a treatment plan, so you are not left in a compromised position with no teeth. If you are interested in full mouth extraction, speak to your DDS about coverage for an immediate denture. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I wake up, I find my mouth full of water (it doesn't look like normal saliva) I can't talk until I spit it and brush my teeth (started from. Year)?
Unusual complaint: I've never heard anyone complain about this and have no explanation for what you describe. If it makes you brush your teeth, that's a good thing. I see no reason to be concerned about this. If it bothers you, get a dental and medical checkup and see if anything comes up. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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My tooth extraction hole is full of yellowish white color stuff. I noticed when I swished my mouth with salt water the yellowish white stuff came out.
Usually: In some cases teeth can be left in if smoothed off at the gum line but this not usually the case. Usually all teeth are removed, unless the roots are kept for what is called an over denture. When roots are kept bone height is kept and the teeth may be used to retain the denture as well. Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Veneers: A marvelous treatment modality in specific cases. Remember that to do veneers requires preparation of the tooth surface, a surgical procedure, and then a lifetime of maintenance. Please discuss the advisability of addressing your esthetic concerns with your dentist. Know that orthodontic treatment may be less expensive and less invasive than full mouth restorations. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Whiter teeth is easy:
Getting whiter teeth is easy...Crest white strips do work.
Fuller lips is harder. The only real process is augmentation injections to the lips...A risky procedure as not many docs are really proficient at this. Ask for many before and after photos as it is not reversible. Read more
Straightforward.: This is usually a straightforward procedure for an oral surgeon or advanced-trained general dentist. With few minutes and a simple x-ray, your dentist can diagnose (determine that the problem really is the wisdom tooth), and get you set up for treatment. Most of the time, extraction is the best choice for wisdom teeth, unless you want to maintain an edge as a competitive cheek-chewer :) Read moreSee 19 more doctor answers
I have been taking a forms of pain meds since my car accident on july 19, 2007. Before the accident, I had a full set of teeth. Now, I have 3 left, why?
Many reasons: Sorry to hear about your story. There can be many causes for missing teeth. The pain medications can cause a dry mouth. Saliva is very important in neutralizing the acid created by the bacteria on your teeth. Furthermore, how often did you visit a dentist and was the treatment that was recommended by the dentist completed? Consider dental implants to have a full set a teeth again. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long should we spend brushing our child's teeth? Our son only has 13 teeth at the moment, and I'm not sure what the right amount of time is that I should spend cleaning them. Should we spend the same amount of time as if he had a full set of teeth?
Good oral hygin: Good oral hygin, at least 2 times a year hygin maintenance in a dental office in case of gum desiase 3 to 4 times a year. Dental check ups hygin and good home care (brush and flossing at least 2 times a day for minimum of 2 minutes) are very important to maintain a healy mouth and overall health. Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Contact a dentist:
There is a range of possibilities for your symptoms. Anything from decay (cavities) to damaged tooth due to trauma (grinding, abrasion) to recession. These all expose tooth structure that has direct access to the nerve, resulting in pain.
This can only be truly diagnosed and treated by seeing a dentist in person. Getting an exam, possible x-rays and then given your full range of options.
Good luck. Read more