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How To Get Rid Of The Numbness From Your Mouth After The Dentist So You Can Eat Lunch Without Drooling
How to get rid of the numbness from your mouth after the dentist so you can eat lunch without drooling?
Time.: There's not much I know of to speed up getting your sensation back after an injection. Maybe you can try having a shake for lunch? ...Read more
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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Massage/warm wet tow:
Massaging the numb area gently will increase the blood flow to that spot and help the more rapid metabolism of the anesthetic.
A warm, moist towel will do the same thing. Moving your jaw around to exercise the jaw muscles will help.
Definitely let your dentist know if the numbness lasts more than 5 hours, and don't eat while you're numb. ...Read more
What can I buy to get rid of bad breathe? I have tried flossing and mouth wash doesn't help. What can I try before going to dentist?
Is there a cure for oral lichen planus? I have been told by both my doctor and my dentist that I have lichen planus in my mouth, and that there isn't anything that can be done to get rid of it. I was hoping that maybe they're wrong and would like any advi
Oral lichen planus is an inflammatory condition that affects mucous membranes inside your mouth. It may appear as white, lacy patches; red, swollen tissues; or open sores on any soft tissues of the mouth. These lesions may cause burning, pain or other discomfort.
The disorder occurs when the immune system mounts an attack against cells of the oral mucous membranes. The reason for this is unknown. It cannot be passed from one person to another.
Oral lichen planus is usually a chronic condition that causes little or no symptoms. It usually is diagnosed at a dental exam and verified by an small biopsy.
Treatments are usually undertaken only of the lesions are painful and/or ulcerative. Treatments that suppress the immune system abnormalities, such as topical or systemic steroids may improve more severe lesions and lessen pain.
People with oral lichen planus may also have related lichen planus lesions on the skin, genitals or other parts of the body.
Further information and treatment may be obtained by a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon. ...Read more
If you have pericironitis behild your wisdom teeth, and it's sort of hurting, is there a way to get rid of it without going to the dentist?
NO: As a physician with this experience as a patient I can tell you that you cannot get rid of it by yourself. One thing you can do it good maintenance of your teeth as much as possible. Floss, use a gum brush between the teeth, you may want to use a water pik to also help flush out debris and buildup, but only a good cleaning can get down far below the gum line to help resolve the periodontitis. ...Read more
What is the best way to get rid of dark tooth stains? I've never had great oral habits, and as a consequence have pretty stained teeth I would like cleaned. I've looked into it, but there are so many methods at both the home and at the dentist's office. W
After: After you get a check-up and teeth cleaning, you can get your teeth whitened as long as there isn't decay present. A combination of home and in-office will do the best. One or the other will do ok, but both will do great. ...Read more
Well...: The the decay will not fix itself on its own, so you need a dentist to restore the teeth if they are even restorable. If you are referring to extractions, then again, a dentist is trained and educated to properly extract teeth. I know of no other healthcare professional trained to do these procedures, therefore you will need the services of a dentist in your area. ...Read more
Not DIY: Sorry. You don't have the instruments, training, access, or ability to perform this task. You really need a pro to do this for you. For example, if you have tarter above the gum line you also have tarter below the gum line causing havoc. Tarter is preventable, so have your dentist or his hygienist get your teeth scrupulously clean and then show you how to minimize accretions. ...Read more
Calculus: If the yellow particles are calculus (hardened bacterial colonies) you will need to see a dentist to have the material scraped off your teeth. ...Read more
Docs can you explain, is there a way to get rid of green staining on teeth without going to the dentist?
Not a DIY project: The trouble and expense of having a dentist help you resolve this problem, and possibly many other hidden issues, is much less bothersome and expensive than trying to resolve this yourself. You can't. You need professional help. Putting it off is risky as well as anesthetic. Please call a dentist now. ...Read more
Hi there, I have noticed my teeth are transparent at the bottoms also I have mamelons and I am 18 years old. Is there a way I could get rid of the transparency also would my dentist be able to file my mamelons down?
Yes & yes: Yes you can get rid of the translucent areas but you would have to do a filling in that area. Yes your dentist can file or polish down your mamelons down ...Read more
Been told by my dentist-i need 2 hav extraction of 1root tip, n hav my teeth filled cause of cavities. Should I go to see ENT and gastroenterology for my bad breath problem. I just want to get rid of bad breath
Should I go to the ER for pain and numbness in my hands legs and feet also and head ache that has lasted for 7 days straight and nothing works to get rid of it?
No: Er stands for emergency room. Is this an emergency. Likely not. However it does deserve medical evaluation and care. Start with your family doctor and they will likely send you to a neurologist who specializes in these type problems. An er has no place in routine medical care as they would not make these referrals. But do get care soon, please. ...Read more
Got hand foot and mouth, brown spots and bumps on my palms, spots make hands numb, and won't go away, how do u get rid, viral does not go, what can b?
Headache won't go away. Extreme pressure and discomfort in temples at both sides of head. Feel dizzy and makes jaw feel numb, how can I get rid?
How to get rid of mirgrane. I have a neck pain n frequent urinating n numbness headache n eat a lot.
Migraine treatment: Any migraine must be viewed as a valid medical disorder and the headache assessment must be comprehensive. Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made, effective management of migraine involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) non-pharmacological management, and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. Rec.:see orofacial pain or headache specialist. ...Read more
See dentist: Your dentist can cauterize it with a simple painted on product. It won't heal it, but will prevent it from hurting. There are also dressings available that act like an oral bandage. ...Read more
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