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How Do You Take Out A Loose Baby Molar Tooth
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YOUR molar?: Are you 30 years old with a retained baby molar? You need to see a dentist for a radiograph (x-ray) to see the remaining roots of that molar as well as determine if there is an adult tooth under the gumline (unlikely) and the space available for placement of a dental implant to replace that soon-to-be missing tooth.See 2 more doctor answers
My baby molar tooth won't move or wiggle and I feel the adult tooth growing. What's going to happen?
Normal: The permanent molars come in behind the baby molars. It is after the permanent molars come in that the permanent bicuspids come in and push the baby molars our of the way.See 2 more doctor answers
Is it always better to take the molar tooth out? What are the complications later in life if it is not taken out?
Wisdom or other?: If you mean 3rd molars = wisdom teeth should be saved if good alignment, useful, enough room to keep them clean. This applies to about only 25% the rest should be extracted to avoid decay, gum disease, shifting of teeth, other problems. 3rd molars that are reasonably straight should be saved if no problems or routine size filling needed. 3rd molars very useful when other molar already missing.See 1 more doctor answer
Very carefully: Your dentist or oral surgeon has the proper tools and training to remove the tooth even if it does not seem loose to you. Sometimes, depending on root anatomy, it is taken out in pieces. Often the dentist will want to place a bone graft material in the vacant site to improve healing and your options of a future implant.See 6 more doctor answers
Yes: You can tell because baby teeth look different than adult teeth. They are usually smaller versions of the adult tooth. If you still are not sure, visit your dentist and he or she can tell by looking at it or taking an xray. There you can also find out what happened to the adult tooth.See 2 more doctor answers
Procedure time: I can't speak for others. In my office: 15-45 minutes from start to finish in most cases. It depends upon how long it takes the patient to get numb, how loose the tooth is along with the difficulty of the extraction.See 1 more doctor answer
Six weeks: Removing a tooth, especially a molar is a big deal. It leaves a surface wound the size of half a dollar bill, that can become infected if food is present, followed by bacteria. Often it is already infected prior to extraction that can lead to a systemic bacteremia. This is been blamed for plaque deposits in arteries. Follow all instructions, keep hygiene good, liquid diet for five days.See 2 more doctor answers
Recovery time after having erupted baby molar tooth pulled? I work in an office, how much time off work?
None: Honestly, if you wanted to, you should be able to go back to work the same day, perhaps an hour later and certainly the next day. Ask your own dentist who knows you and your tooth better than we do just to confirm that.See 1 more doctor answer
What do docs think? Should an infected pre-molar tooth in a child be removed or treated with root canal surgery?
How old is child?: Does this child need orthodontics? Depending on the answers to the above questions, the advice would be different. That's why you need to consult with both your local dentist and orthodontist, if necessary, to devise a plan. Personally, I'm all for saving every tooth that can be saved. The child isn't growing any more.See 1 more doctor answer
How many canal would it take to treat an infected and abscess k9 molar tooth. How long temp filling (cotton and cavit) would last on such canal.?
One: Canine teeth are usually one canal. Typically when a root canal is completed, a temporary filling is placed in the hole that was made in back if the tooth to access the root. If you are carefull, this temporary may last a couple weeks to a year before the tooth becomes brittle and fractures. It depends on the pre existing condition if the tooth before the root canal.See 3 more doctor answers
I need a root canal with local anesthesia for my molar tooth. I now take 0.25 mg xanax (alprazolam) 3 times a day for my anxiety. Is it safe to have anesthesia?
How long does it take to recover from a bottom molar tooth extraction with a bone graft and stitches?
Define recover: Depends on your definition of recover....If you mean "when can I go back to work? ", the answer is the next day--you will be sore, but quite functional. If you mean "when will all pain be gone? ", about 2 weeks +/-. "when will it feel like normal again? " after the implant crown is placed!See 3 more doctor answers
How long does it take for the periodontist to complete a molar tooth extraction with a bone graft and stitches?
Not long: Most appointments last about an hour including sedation, anesthesia, the procedure, and dismissal. Many like to say how fast they can do things, but anyone can do fast. Quality and the protection, and preservation of the remaining tissue is most important. You will have to live with the results, so make sure to find someone focused on quality, and who will take their time!See 4 more doctor answers
See a dentist: Let a local dentist take a look and advise you of your treatment options. Feel better soon...See 1 more doctor answer
Sensitivity: Lingering sensitivity to hot and/ or cold, pressure pain or pain while chewing, and swelling are all signs.See 2 more doctor answers
Back grinding teeth: The permanent molars occupy the most posterior portion of the dental arch. They are the primary grinding teeth in the mouth. Adult humans have twelve molars, in four groups of three at the back of the mouth. The third, rearmost molar in each group is called a wisdom tooth. It is the last tooth to appear, breaking through the gum tissue at about the age of twenty.See 4 more doctor answers
5 to 25 years: In general, according to the insurance industry at least 5years. We prefer to think between 10 to 30 years. It wil depend on a lot of factors such as oral hygiene. Check up visits, quality of workmanship, dental materials skills and expertise of the dentist. They tend to fail because of fracture of the porcelain, new caries around the gum line or even from gum disease that weakens the bone.See 14 more doctor answers
The permanent molars occupy the most posterior portion of the dental arch. They are the primary grinding teeth in the mouth. Adult humans have twelve molars, in four groups of three at the back of the mouth. The third, rearmost molar in each group is called a wisdom tooth. It is the last tooth to appear, breaking through the gum tissue at about ...Read more
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