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Would your dentist remove your molars if your mouth is too small to allow your wisdom teeth to grow?
No: I have never done or read a study, but extraction protocols and infection control are better than ever. I would probably recommend an oral surgeon for difficult extractions. If a wisdom tooth is infected, you stand a chance of the infection spreading throughout the body. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dental\Medical: Some medical issues can cause changes in color, texture, tissue changes in soft tissues of mouth (tongue, gingiva, cheeks, etc. However, these are usually in extreme and specific cases and not a good indicator of general health or sickness. Therefore a comprehensive routine dental and medical checkup is advisable. ...Read more
Healthy Mouth: If you are treated by a reputable and concerned dentist, he\she will know what to look for and advise you about the current health of your mouth and how to keep it healthy. Simple say you want as healthy a mouth, teeth and gums as possible. What do I need to do? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: Treatment for sinus bradycardia depends upon the cause, severity, and symptoms. If it is related to a medication effect, the offending medication is often stopped. If not severe and a patient is not symptomatic, treatment may not be needed. In other cases, sinus bradycardia may be difficult to treat with medication and may require a pacemaker. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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If your dental implant crown sits up higher then the rest of your teeth what can a dentist do to make it look lines up with the rest of your teeth?
Re-evaluate: Your restorative dentist can re-evaluate the appearance, and make corrections based on the adjacent and opposing teeth, either by grinding porcelain or sending it back to the lab. If there is a reason that the teeth cannot look like you want them to, have your dentist explain why in a way that you can understand. ...Read more
Several things : A post is a fiber or metal "post" or "rod" that is placed into the canal or root of a tooth after a root canal. This post allows the dentist to build a broken-down tooth back up so that a crown can be placed. A crown is a porcelain, metal, or other dental material prosthesis that is placed over the top of a tooth to provide strength and save the tooth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not easily: Some of the medications used in general anesthesia can have an effect on the heart. This is usually only the case in patients with severe underlying heart disease. There are some medical conditions that can also have a bad reaction with anesthesia. I would discuss all of your medical history with your anesthesiologist and see if you are in one of these high risk groups. We can tailor anesthetic. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What will bring my heart rate down? Resting rate about 100. Blood pressure is good. Possible thyroid issue. Waiting for results. Can't sleep.
If a dentist doesnt like you, can she damage your teeth slowly by continuing to see her for dental cleanings over many years?
In short, no: Your body generally does an excellent job of regulating your core temperature, so it's not something you need to be concerned about. Heart rate is also highly regulated but varies much more widely for many reasons (like when we're startled) so it's not a reliable indicator of core temperature. ...Read more
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