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Side Effects Of Bad Teeth
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
Can bad teeth cause face asymmetry. All my left sided teeth are pushed in towards the tounge. Can this cause the cheekbone to look sunken?
Yes, depending on: Extent of deformity. Also, maxillary teeth in bad repair can cause sinus problems. Have an oral or maxillo-facial surgeon take a look. It sounds like it is beyond scope of a general dentist. ...Read more
I have two bad teeth, and had a broken jaw and face on that side. It was never fixed. Dennust also said that there is a nerve runing into my brain?
The joy: The bad part of all this is that you have lots of nerves that run into your brain, because they let you know about pain. In fact all the nerves send e-messages to the brain. It sounds like you've had your fair share of pain and that is very sad, but I hope with the proper care your teeth and body can send happy messages to your brain. ...Read more
Every few weeks my ear will hurt a bit. Not bad just bugs me. What can cause this? Ear infection? I do have bad teeth on that side too. But dnt hurt
Ear pain: Your bad teeth may be the cause of ear pain. See a dentist and start your dental treatment. Also work with you doctor and have your ears evaluated to see what is going on there. This is a problem that will take working with both your doctor and dentist. Good luck. ...Read more
Lump between jaw and ear. Above jaw, below ear. I have bad teeth on that side (left). Pain in jaw hinge and shooting into ear. Lump is pretty big.
It sounds as if you have an infection, probably from the bad teeth on that side.
See your dentist for a diagnosis and treatment.
The longer you wait, the worse the infection will get. ...Read more
I have a somewhat painful white bump on floor of mouth on left side under tongue. I have bad teeth. Also pain in hands/feet a lot. Thanks!
See a dentist: I would see a dentist soon.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have a white pimple on gums, vry bad teeth. I am chokin on phlem ev morning, cough, r side of bk of neck is swollen, stiff but no fever. What's wrong?
Bad teeth colour from fizzy drinks and lck of brushing. Is there any way to reverse these effects?
Rarely: Only very early enamel decalcification can be possibly reversed with the use of re-mineralizing prescription tooth pastes. I suggest that you see your own dentist to discuss both treatment options and ways to prevent further damage. Changing some of your habits can save your teeth and tens of thousands of dollars over a lifetime. Get the information you need and make a difference in your life. ...Read more
It is possible: Patients with poorly controlled diabetes have multiple dental problems like bleeding and sore gums, frequent infections, tooth decay and bad breath. Patients with has control diabetes have no increased risk of dental problems. Ask your primary care phycisian for more information. ...Read more
Possibly: Untreated decayed teeth and/or periodontal disease are just two of the many things that can cause headaches. The only way this can be determined is for someone to examine you. I would set up appointments with both your dentist and your md to evaluate and treat whatever is going on. ...Read more
When I'm laying in bed lately my chin quivers involuntarily. It's an on and off kinda thing. I do have 2 bad teeth that need 2 be removed.
What do you recommend. I have 2 bad teeth that are broken. Need them fixed but no dental insurance. Any special place I can go for low income?
What causes the teeth to shift my top teeth are to the left more then they use to be when I look in the mirror I have bad teeth and I do grind my teet?
Malocclusion: Most common cause is malocclusion, often with damaged teeth and/or damage to the supporting gums/bone. Check in with your dentist and also ask if referral to periodontist and/or orthodontist is in order. ...Read more
Avoid soda: In addition to getting into a dentist with your son, be sure you are helping him to practice good home care with brushing after meals, flossing and avoiding soda and sugary foods. While home care does not mean you can avoid a trip to the dentist, it can slow the progression of decay and disease. ...Read more
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