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Does mouth bone loss affect your chances at getting braces?

Does mouth bone loss affect your chances at getting braces?

Braces: Not necessarily; however it will be a factor. It really depends on the amount of bone loss and the areas. Sometimes a combination of treatments will be needed including braces, bone and gum grafts, restorative dental work by the dentist, and other possible treatments. Get an orthodontic consultation to review all your options. ...Read more

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Mouth (Definition)

Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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Can I get braces with bone loss.Think my overbite could be causing front teeth to be loose?

Can I get braces with bone loss.Think my overbite could be causing front teeth to be loose?

Yes: However, it is imperative that the periodontal disease (bone loss) be treated so that you are in good periodontal health and in a maintainable level of periodontal health. See a periodontist before beginning the orthodontic therapy. I can provide you with a local good periodontist via e-mail (dhschneid@gmail.Com). ...Read more

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Should i get dentures or get my mouth fixed if I have bone loss in my jaw and am losing teeth?

Should i get dentures or get my mouth fixed if I have bone loss in my jaw and am losing teeth?

Fixed, please: There's noting like your own natural dentition. Do whatever you can, within reason, to save your teeth. Sounds like you need a good general dentist or prosthodontist to quarterback your treatment, and the services of a periodontist to deal with your bone/gum issues. It's worth the fight to save them. Don't give up. ...Read more

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How much will it cost? How much could a periodontist evaluation can cost? My dentist sent me to a periodontist to evaluate me because of bone loss on my lower gum and i don't have any insurance i'm paying my braces cash so i was wondering how much can it

How much will it cost? How much could a periodontist evaluation can cost? My dentist sent me to a periodontist to evaluate me because of bone loss on my lower gum and i don't have any insurance i'm paying my braces cash so i was wondering how much can it

Average : Average range of periodontal evaluation is between $80 - $300 which consists of oral and periodontal exam and x-rays. Some new or expanding periodontal offices also give discount prices for consultation. Dental schools are another source of economical alternative. ...Read more

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Can you give any guess as to what is causing my horizontal bone loss in parts of my mouth? Non-smoker, per visits 4 x's year, good oral hygiene.

Can you give any guess as to what is causing my horizontal bone loss in parts of my mouth? Non-smoker, per visits 4 x's year, good oral hygiene.

Periodontal disease: There are many factors that contribute to bone loss around your teeth for example: smoking diabetes poor oral hygiene stress heredity crooked teeth underlying immuno-deficiencies fillings that are defective taking medications that cause dry mouth bridges that don't fit properly female hormonal changes. ...Read more

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Is there any way to replace bone loss on your mouth?

Is there any way to replace bone loss on your mouth?

Naturally and graft: Most of the bone loss can be halted or even reversed if we can eliminate the cause of bone loss especially in the case of acute bone loss. In many situation where the bone is lost vertically, we can predictably graft and succeed in achieving bone regeneration. ...Read more

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I am getting mouth braces and was wondering about pain?

I am getting mouth braces and was wondering about pain?

Brace soreness: The first time you get braces you will start to get sore about 5 hours later. That soreness will increase a little more each day for the first 3 days and will last for 1-2 weeks but it's not a bad pain just sore and achey. ...Read more

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What mouth diseases could prevent you from getting braces?

What mouth diseases could prevent you from getting braces?

Braces: Moderate to severe periodontal disease that is uncontrolled could prevent you from braces. There are other. Other body diseases can be a factor in periodontal disease such as uncontrolled diabetes or aids are a couple to mention. ...Read more

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Will you still be able to breathe through your mouth while getting braces put on?

Will you still be able to breathe through your mouth while getting braces put on?

Yes: During the procedure you can breath normally. A key point is to relax, it's a very simple and pain free procedure. ...Read more

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Pea size bone like thing In front of my right ear,it moves when I open my mouth, it doesn't change shape,I also wear braces to straighten my teeth.

Ask an orthodontist: TMJ dysfunction due to lateral disc derangement with reduction. If there is no pain no treatment is recommended. If concerned visit orofacial pain specialist or your orthodontist for evaluation and treatment. They are the experts in TMJ disorders. Take care. ...Read more

Bone (Definition)

Bone is a living growing tissue made mostly of collagen (protein that provides soft framework) & the mineral calcium phosphate that adds strength & hardens the framework. Two types of bone are found in the body; cortical (dense compact outer layer) & trabecular (makes up inner layer, ...Read more


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Braces (Definition)

They are used in orthodontics. The braces are put onto the teeth at precise anatomical locations, and wire runs through the braces and brings teeth into proper alignment. This is a very short answer for a very ...Read more