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Any Teeth Dentures Endoscopy
Spare the teeth!: To protect your teeth from the endoscope (and the endoscope from being damaged by your teeth) a mouth guard is usually inserted before the start of an endoscopy procedure. To insure maximum safety to your mouth, make the endoscopist aware of any loose teeth or dental appliances, if you have overlays that may chip, or any dental, gum, and mouth problems. Safety is the endoscopist's #1 priority. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Full mouth rehab: There are several options based on the current state of your teeth and your desires. Fixed (non-removable) dentistry is attainable at any level of tooth failure. Full mouth reconstruction with dental implants or mixed with teeth is easily doable as long as you contact the right specialist (prosthodontist). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have had my front six teeth out that were on bridges and replaced with dentures on a plate what are my options other than dentures?
Dental implants: Dental implants are changing the way people live, eat and smile! Dental Implants are designed to provide a permanent foundation for replacement teeth which look, feel, and function like natural teeth and even stronger. with good oral hygiene will last you a lifetime. Call your dentist for an appointment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My teeth have all fallen out but the roots are still there. Can i get the roots extracted and get dentures?
Possible : You can eat somewhat comfortable with 4 teeth and a thick plastic fake teeth. Partial dentures are held in by the remaining natural teeth in your mouth. Partial dentures eventually will break your natural teeth. Consider dental implants to replace your missing teeth and really will enjoy eating again. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Will everyone need dentures at some point? My grandparents all have dentures, and i'm wondering if this is something everyone has to accept? I'd like to have all of my teeth at age 80, but i just don't know how likely it is. Is it possible?
Common misconception: With good oral hygiene: brushing and flossing, a diet low in sugars, and regular dental visits, most people can keep their teeth for a lifetime. Latest studies indicate that 75% of people keep all or some of their teeth. See your dentist today! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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