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Most of the time: most of them are safe, you have yo make sure you follow the instructions very carefully and checkin with a local dentist for an exam ...Read more
Damon braces (notmetal) vs lingual? My dr claims damon aremore effective,they make smile wider, reduce dark triangles. is he biased?he only does damon
See a pro: General dentist's who do braces are not as trains or as skilled as Orthodontic Specialists. An Orthodontist knows that the training and skill of the operator is more important then the gadget. Lingual appliances take longer to treat. Damon appliances tend to flare teeth outward. Please seek a specialist's opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Go see your doctor: Google translated above as "have smallpox all over your body?" so best to go see your doctor immediately (although very unlike for this to be "smallpox" as virus is contained in only a few high security research facilities). More likely to be chickenpox but still needs evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Movie rating: This is a clear separation of state and church. Movie ratings are the state and the church teaching are the religion. Typically the state tends to be ultra open and the church teaches based on belief and faith in good. Nothing wrong with the latter. It all depends on which of the two provides better satisfaction to you. ...Read more
Relapse, will invisalign or a removable appliance move my teeth back? Pics w/ phone - webcam
Not diagnostic: Your picture indicates upper and lower anterior crowding. What is not discernible is the amount of bone support. Straightening teeth with inadequate bone support is doomed to failure. Fixed appliances may be necessary. With your history once a solution is found, aggressive post-correction retention will be mandatory. See a qualified Orthodontic Specialist. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Childis 12 yrs w/2 cavities in front teeth.
We oppose use of flouride. Denist says a composite filling
w/small amount of flouride is the best way?
Dry cough: Warm tea with lemon and honey. Salt water gargling. cool mist vaporizer in the room/humidifier/ or simply a pan of water which will evaporate into the air for humidity. If it persists, please see a physician to make sure it isn't something more serious. If smoking, please consider quitting. ...Read more
Which plan is better and why for 8yr old Class II overbite w/ mild crossbite? Expander, 12mo of headgear, partial braces or braces 3-6mo & KOI
Teeth whitening i saw couple of teeth whitening kiosk in mall. Is that safe ? What are the side effect of those teeth whitening ? Are teeth whitening kiosk in mall safe?
Are damon braces better thn lingual? My dr says theyre more effective, they make smile wider, reduce dark triangles. is he biased?he only does damons
It's a cult: Well refereed studies have shown overall time in treatment to be equivalent to other traditional braces, although chair time may be reduced. Lingual braces require more chair time and more overall treatment length. What is of greatest importance is training, skill, and experience of the practitioner, not the gadget. See a fully qualified Orthodontic Specialist for best result. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My rite aid not on crane highway it is on silver hill road in Suitland, MD phone is (301) 736-2900 my DOB 04/17/1961 my phone 301 442-3858
Rite aid pharmacy Silver hill shopping center suitland md 20746?
Health Tap Basic: It sounds like you are using HealthTap Prime or Concierge. Unfortunately you listed this entry on HealthTap Basic. ...Read more
Orthodontist made a retainer nti. Will this straighten teeth, or ruin front teeth. Made of plastic. Plastic feels too hard, retainer makes teeth hurt?
NTI not a retainer: An nti appliance is normally used in patients with symptoms of tmd, and by virtue of it preventing back tooth contact, can shut down facial muscle activity that is causing pain in many instances. It is not a long term appliance as it can lead to uncontrolled back tooth eruption that can create other problems. Ask your dental professional for clarification of its purpose in your case. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Sublingual spray: Another product that makes outrageous claims. Consult ypur dermatologist for help. ...Read more
Definetely,: By definition prosthodontists replace missing natural teeth with fixed or removable appliances, such as crowns, veneers, dentures, bridges, and implants. Prosthodontists receive three years of additional training and he/she is master of complete oral rehabilitation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
AARP: Aarp has strong connections to insurance programs selling policies and other things which no doubt make them significant income. They are an occasionally effective lobby for some issues. The cost to 'belong' is cheap and this reflects their ability to get you on their list to sell products. Some are probably fairly priced given current market conditions but some are certainly 'rip-offs'. ...Read more
How we can upright lingually tilted molars (36 & 46 ) while doing fix orthodontics .Cusps of upper molars touches buccal surface of lower molars.
Multiple methods: Your orthodontic specialist can discuss with you a variety of methods to "upright" lower molars and/or pull upper molars towards tongue (or simply tip them). This may include the use of "coordinated wires, " lower "expander or lingual arch, " elastics or rubber bands, etc., etc. In other words, it's not your job to sort out the biomechanics, that's your orthodontist's. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers