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Dr. Paul Grin Dr. Grin
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How can you pull out a not-loose tooth?

Dr. Paul Grin Dr. Grin
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How can you pull out a not-loose tooth?

Visit your dentist: The lack of formal training, education or experience in dentistry may cause complications that are much worse than a tooth problem. If you have a dental problem, call your dentist for a dental care. ...Read more

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How to pull out a tooth easily?

How to pull out a tooth easily?

Go see a dentist: Wrap one end of a string around the tooth and the other end on a doorknob. Figure out what to do next. Go see a dentist. ...Read more

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How hard is it to knock out a loose tooth?

How hard is it to knock out a loose tooth?

Contact your dentist: Where is the tooth in question? See your dentist ASAP for a complete examination including x-rays. Was there a history of trauma? If trauma was involved, you may need to have the tooth stabilized. ...Read more

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How can I tighten a tooth that is loose from bone loss?

How can I tighten a tooth that is loose from bone loss?

See specialists: Your best course of action is to see a prosthodontist for evaluation of the bite forces and a periodontist to evaluate the tissue / bone remaining. Between these 2 specialists, you will receive expert assessment and guidance. Often, there is insufficient bone remaining for a good long-term prognosis, and an implant is the best option -- provided there is sufficient bone. Best of luck. ...Read more

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Can you ankle a loose tooth to a tooth that not loose if it is loose from the bone?

Can you ankle a loose tooth to a tooth that not loose    if it is loose from the bone?

Yes, but: Anchoring a loose tooth to a stable tooth can loosen the other tooth. Must determine why original tooth is loose, whether other teeth are involved to a lesser extent, and what are the appropriate choices for treatment. Please see your Dentist. ...Read more

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How long does it take a loose tooth next to an extraction to tighten up?

How long does it take a loose tooth next to an extraction to tighten up?

Typically: Will tighten up in about two weeks again depending on periodontal status. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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Will it hurt to get a tooth shaped, and a permanent tooth pulled?

Will it hurt to get a tooth shaped, and a permanent tooth pulled?

Shaped: Not sure what you mean by shaped however in answer to both questions no it will not hurt as your dentist will make sure you are numb. You may feel pressure but you should not feel pain. ...Read more

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How can I pull a tooth painlessly?

How can I pull a tooth painlessly?

Phone call: Your dentist can anesthetize the bothersome tooth and extract it painlessly. Dentistry is not a diy hobby... Call the professional. ...Read more

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How to fixvcavity on loose tooth?

How to fixvcavity on loose tooth?

Fix a cavity: You may be developing gum disease which is a loss of bone around the teeth due to bacteria -make sure you see a dentist and be sure they measure around the teeth to check for periodontal disease. Most teeth can be fixed. ...Read more

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Brittany Chan Dr. Chan
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How do I yank out a childs loose canine tooth quickly and painlessly?

Brittany Chan Dr. Chan
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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. ...Read more

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How to prevent a loose tooth from falling out after a fight?

How to prevent a loose tooth from falling out after a fight?

Splint therapy : A special trauma splint that consists of weaved transparent fibers bonded onto the tooth and adjacent teeth is recommended. It is esthetic, cleans able and allows for normal function encouraging proper healing. Trauma specialists are experienced in treating these types of injuries. Radiographs (xrays) are necessary to rule out any type of root fracture, and to check the injured tooth's position. ...Read more

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I'm wondering what is an easy painless way to pull a loose tooth put?

I'm wondering what is an easy painless way to pull a loose tooth put?

Not DIY: Loose tooth means either tooth is infected/abscessed or there is bone loss/infected. There are many good reasons why tooth removal should be accomplished by a person with 10, 000+ hours of training! years of experience! and who has been examined and licensed to do the proceedure. Doing it yourself may be dangerous. Please call your dentist about both extraction and replacement. ...Read more

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Permanent tooth is loose - how long can I wait to go to the dentist to fix it?

Permanent tooth is loose - how long can I wait to go to the dentist to fix it?

Do not wait: Waiting only complicates treatment and increases risks to your medical health. ...Read more

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What could I do to make a loose tooth fall out faster?

What could I do to make a loose tooth fall out faster?

Wiggle it: If it were a baby tooth, wiggling it will help. You, however, are an adult. You need to see a dentist. ...Read more

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How could i pull a tooth out?

How could i pull a tooth out?

By seeing your : Dentist, who is trained and qualified to remove teeth. Trying to take a tooth out yourself can lead to additional problems, infection, uncontrolled bleeding, etc -- not a good idea. Consider going to see a dentist or to a dental school which would be cheaper if finances are an issue. ...Read more

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I have an impacted canine i wanted to do the surgery and get the chain thing to pull down the impacted tooth, hw long will it tke to grow?

I have an impacted canine i wanted to do the surgery and get the chain thing to pull down the impacted tooth, hw long will it tke to grow?

Teamwork 6-8 month: Your orthodontist and oral surgeon can work together with with a combination of minor surgery to expose the tooth and an orthodontic bracket, to bring the tooth properly in alignment. Within 6-8 months, guided canine eruption may be achieved with sufficient attached gingiva. ...Read more

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