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After root canal on canine tooth #11, iam curious to know what are the symptoms/how it feels if the drill touches or drills into the sinus cavity floor?

After root canal on canine tooth #11, iam curious to know what are the symptoms/how it feels if the drill touches or drills into the sinus cavity floor?

Not going to happen: The root of tooth #11 lies under the floor of the nose and not in the sinus cavity. You should be numb with local anesthetic so you will feel pressure, but should not feel pain. I have never seen or heard of drilling into the sinus thru the six front teeth under the nose.

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Canine Tooth (Definition)

The canine tooth is normally called the cuspid tooth. Starting with the front two teeth, it is the third one back. The name, canine, comes from the prominent fang tooth ...Read more


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How can I set right a highly erupted canine tooth?

How can I set right a highly erupted canine tooth?

CONTOUR: A dentist can contour the tooth so that it appears normal to other teeth. No pain but big gain.

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Why does canine tooth hurt when contacting with salt?

Why does canine tooth hurt when contacting with salt?

Many reasons: There can be many reasons for this. You could have a cavity, or you could have surface erosion or enamel thinning that can render these teeth sensitive to various stimuli.

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Hello doctors, what does an impacted canine tooth look/feel like?

Hello doctors, what does an impacted canine tooth look/feel like?

Not much: An impacted canine is a tooth that does not erupt into the mouth. It is up in the bone. In most situations, you won't know you have one unless you have an x-ray taken. In most situations, the baby canine does not fall out. The only way to get the impacted tooth in is to see an orthodontist for orthodontic treatment and an oral surgeon for exposure of the tooth.

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My canine tooth hurts when I touch it. What could be wrong with it?

My canine tooth hurts when I touch it. What could be wrong with it?

Many things: You may have decay, traumatic occlusion (bite problems), beginning abscess, exposed root or dentin, or a leaking filling or crown. See your dentist to evaluate this and offer treatment options.

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Docs can you explain, is my impacted canine tooth ever going to errupt?

Docs can you explain, is my impacted canine tooth ever going to errupt?

Impacted canine: If it is impacted, probably never (at least without the help of an oral surgeon and orthodontist. There are techniques to bring an impacted canine tooth into place. If you are truly 32 years old as your info suggests, I will change that "probably never" to "nope! " in any case you can discuss treatment options if you are concerned about the aesthetics (or health of your adjacent teeth).

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Shocking pain at tip of my canine tooth?

Shocking pain at tip of my canine tooth?

Multiple causes: A cavity, a non-vital nerve, bruxism, a fracture, and gum problems can all manifest themselves with pain. Have yourself examined by a local dentist to determine the actual cause.

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How can I pull out an upper canine tooth?

How can I pull out an upper canine tooth?

Phone call: The canine teeth are some of the longest in your mouth. A dentist has the experience and instruments to do it correctly. If you try it and fail (which you most likely will), you will be in worse shape than you started and you will still need to see a dentist. Make the call for an appointment.

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What do I do if I have an impacted canine tooth?

Depends: The decision on what to do with or for an impacted or unerupted canine depends on the position and development of the tooth, age of the patient, and what you want to achieve esthetically. An orthodontic evaluation would be recommended to discuss treatment options available.

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Can there be white crowns for a child's canine tooth?

Can there be white crowns for a child's canine tooth?

Yes. Pediatric: Crown techniques include the option of a cosmetic facing on "baby tooth " crowns. Ask the child's doctor to explain.

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What is the definition or description of: canine tooth?

What is the definition or description of: canine tooth?

Cuspid: The canine tooth is normally called the cuspid tooth. Starting with the front two teeth, it is the third one back. The name, canine, comes from the prominent fang tooth in a dog's mouth.

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What can I do if my two front canine tooth never grew. Help?

What can I do if my two front canine tooth never grew. Help?

Orthodontist: Consult with an orthodontist and a restorative dentist. At your age, if those canines are impacted, it may be difficult to move them into position orthodontically. It doesn't hurt to find out what would work best for your situation.

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Can you tell me how I could fix a crooked/sideways canine tooth?

Can you tell me how I could fix a crooked/sideways canine tooth?

See an Orthodontist: Start by seeing an orthodontist for a consult. At least ask your own general dentist.

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How do I yank out a childs loose canine tooth quickly and painlessly?

How do I yank out a childs loose canine tooth quickly and painlessly?

Leave it alone: It is best to let a child lose his or her teeth naturally. Yanking a tooth out too early can cause problems such as bleeding, pain, and infection. Let the child wiggle the tooth around as he/she sees fit and it will fall out eventually. If the tooth is extremely loose, you may use a clean, damp piece of gauze and tug firmly. If it doesn't come out, leave it.

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My son just scrapped the front of his canine tooth, slipped on the floor, what should we do?

My son just scrapped the front of his canine tooth, slipped on the floor, what should we do?

See dentist: Sometimes trauma can be worse than it appears. How old is he. If he's a child and it's his baby tooth he'll lose the tooth around 11 years of age. If he's a you c adult is recommend seeing a dentist so it can be determined if there has been damage to the tooth (ie cracks, nerve damage etc) which can then be properly addressed.

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What to do if I have a small canine tooth and I'm not sure if it is an adult tooth, I really don't like my smile and I'm not sure what to do?

What to do if I have a small canine tooth and I'm not sure if it is an adult tooth, I really don't like my smile and I'm not sure what to do?

PA x-ray: Periapical x-ray and examination by your dentist will determine if it is a permanent tooth and what kind of the treatment is needed. The good news is there is always a solution in your situation. Take care.

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Addicted to licking canine tooth, what to do?

Addicted to licking canine tooth, what to do?

Is it sharp?: A sharp canine sometimes induces the tongue to go to the area to "pad" the sharp edge. Ask your dentist to reshape or smooth out the canine if this is the case. Do we have tongue biting during function (eating or chewing or swallowing)? Is your canine erupted in the wrong position (ectopic eruption)? Minor tooth movement with aligner sometimes can help to change the position.

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Do I need braces if I have an impacted canine tooth and willit hurt?

Do I need braces if I have an impacted canine tooth and willit hurt?

Possibly: Impacted canines can sometimes be guided into place with orthodontic manipulation. See a dentist for an evaluation.

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If I got my baby tooth removed, could the impacted canine tooth fall down in its own?

If I got my baby tooth removed, could the impacted canine tooth fall down in its own?

Possibly: But at 43 years old, that canine should have erupted some 30+ years ago. Your best bet is to consult with a local dentist or orthodontist. With radiographs, they will be better able to determine the best course of treatment.

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