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Depends on : The problem. If just decay then a filling should do. If deep decay then perhaps removal of some of the decay with a sedative dressing being placed to allow the root to finish formation and in 6 months a final filling with removal of the remaining decay, sometimes a root canal with apexification so the root finishes forming. As always brushing is paramount. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
26 year old male i made a stupid decision and i ended up getting top right bicuspid tooth removed now i'm afraid i won't be able to eat on tht side?
What are the chances of teeth moving into the spot in which a bicuspid tooth was extracted ? 21 years of age ?
My friend is 15, and her bicuspid/premolar tooth fell out, does that mean it's her baby tooth falling out , or did her tooth permanently fall out?
I need a root canal in top right bicuspid. Its sensitive to eat on that side bc of the tooth. Pull, or save it? Would other teeth shift into the spot?
I lost two of my lower bicuspid teeth on both sides. Can I use braces to fix the gap? I don't think I need tooth extraction because my teeth are not crowded.
Criteria: As a 19 year old, if the rest of your teeth are in correct position, and your occlusion (bite) is normal, it would be best to replace those missing teeth with implant supported crowns and as soon as possible to prevent drifting of your remaining teeth. Otherwise i recommend that you consult with both an orthodontist and restorative dentist to work as a team & decide what treatment is best for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had a root canal in a bicuspid, to be crowned. Recently the tooth and that side of my jaw feeling tired, sign of infection?
When was root canal?: How long ago was the root canal performed on the tooth? What is on the tooth now? Was the tooth infected at the time? Did you need antibiotics? Was it done by a specialist? Please make sure you have an x-ray before the crown is placed as soon as possible to prevent potential pain and swelling. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im only chewing with my premolars and 1st molars feels like. I think that why molars are leaning in? Happened after i got a tooth chip grind & bonded
Replace It.: When a molar is extracted and not replaced soon after, it will lean forward naturally to the space in front. Please have it replaced with a dental implant or a bridge. A missing tooth can cause many other problems to the surrounding teeth and your oral health can be compromised. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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