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Can I Get A Crown If Diabetic Purely For Cosmetic Reasons
Absolutely: It is extremely important that diabetics take optimal care of their mouths. You are at a much higher risk to develop gum problems as a diabetic. And there is no reason why you should not have the smile you want. Of course, dentists often consult with physicians to make sure your condition is being well managed.See 1 more doctor answer
The crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth on top of the root. The crown of the tooth is the part that is visible in the mouth. A crown restoration is a procedure that restores the crown of a tooth that is damaged by fracture or extensive decay by cementing a replica of the crown over a prepared tooth, and is one of the most common ...Read more
I have diabetes since 2008.I use 28 unitslantus on 9pm per day.All was ok but i get up with high bloodsugar last 2months.What could be reason of it?
Not enough insulin: If you have true type 1 dm, you need rapid acting Insulin before each meal in addition to the nightly lantus (insulin glargine). If you have type 2 diabetes, which is more likely if you've significantly overweight, you need meal time Insulin and/or other medication -- in either case, you need to be following a diet and exercise regimen as well as monitoring, prevention, etc.
I am going to get my temporal muscles reduced for cosmetic reason what are the side affects of this? reason is because Ive been troubled by wide head
Ans: What are you doing? Maybe better te think this and get second opinion
I have type 2 diabetes and I currently have noticed that my legs, ankles and feet tend to get tense and swell up. Sometimes my ankles burn horribly when walking. Is there a reason to this happening.
Depends: Usually best to straighten teeth before doing final restorations, but if crown of tooth compromised it may be best to place temporary crown now, permanent crown after teeth straightened. Restorative Dentist and Prthodontic Specialist should consult before Rx begins.See 5 more doctor answers
Is there anything speical i need to do with cleaning after i get a crown? I'm scheduled for my first appointment for my first crown soon, and am wondering if there is anything i'll need to do differently with flossing or brushing after I have the crown.
Should i get a crown before or after zoom whitening? I'm having several bits of dental work done, and need a crown as well as wanting to have zoom whitening done. Which order would it be best to do these two in?
Do : Do the zoom! first, then have and crowns of white restorations done after the zoom! so that your dentist can match the color of the restorations to your whitened teeth. Porcelain color cannot be changed with whitening products.See 5 more doctor answers
All Depends: This is a question for your general dentist. The answer also depends on which tooth requires the crown. Changing a tooth after orthodontic treatment may require adjustment or need for a new post orthodontic retainer because the old one may not fit after the placement of the new crown.See 1 more doctor answer
Local Anesthesia?: Most patients require local anesthesia for these types of procedures in order for them to be completely comfortable and for the dentist to be able to accomplish this task proficiently without stress. Even if the tooth had rct, i often numb the patient as getting a perfect impression is essential and sometimes involves slight discomfort. Some patients are fine w\o an injection or ok with sweet air.See 3 more doctor answers
Immediatelyl: Generally, if everything went well with the root canal therapy it would be a good idea to start immediately with the fabrication of a crown. Only when the prognosis might be guarded due to a number of reasons, would it be wise to make sure the rct is successful prior to making a crown for the tooth (just in case the rct fails). Discuss this with your own dentist.See 3 more doctor answers
No: A crown lengthening could be done easily by any dentist, as long as 2-3 mm bone reduction is done from the crown margin is removed to satisfy the biological width requirement. Moreover, there should be at least 2-3 mm of tooth structure below the buildup from the crown margin to satisfy the ferrule effect.See 3 more doctor answers
Many factors: A great deal depends on the tooth itself, how it was left, and several other factors. The principal problem is the other teeth around and opposing the root canal tooth. They may shift into the space left by the loss of tooth structure. If it is a front tooth or if the tooth is largely intact, and there is a long term (hard) temporary, you should be OK. If not get a temporary crown.See 3 more doctor answers
Depends: It all depends on the skill of your general dentist and his/her comfort in performing the procedure. Many general dentist will perform the lengthening, and the rest will refer to a periodontists. In the end, it's what's best for your health.See 1 more doctor answer
No: With appropriate anesthesia procedure should be painless. Tooth may be sore for a few days after procedure, but pain should subside after 24 hours. If pain persists return to Treating General Dentist or specialist Pediatric Dentist for reevaluation and appropriate treatment.
Can you tell me what to do if i had a root canal and now i need to get a crown. What's this whole crown process?
1-2 appointments: After the root canal is completed and the tooth has no pain or discomfort, a crown preparation is done and impression is taken (appointment #1). The second appointment is permanent crown cementation. Some crowns are made in 1 appointment using the CEREC technology.See 1 more doctor answer
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