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Stents And Teeth Spring Cleaning
Have cad stent lad. Cracked tooth need rootcanal infected tooth. Need to wait due to cost. Dangerous for heart? Is procedure dangerous? On 81mg asp.
See a dentist ASAP: The tooth pain won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. You can use Tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain control. The maximum ibuprofen dose for adults is 800 mg per dose or 3200 mg per day. See a dentist ASAP for assessment and treatment options.. ...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
Since I started taking laxis with other BP medicine I have dry mouth. Had stent 2 yrs back. EF 30%. I m pre diabetic. Pl suggest.
I'm on berlinta blood thinner and have a stent in one artery and once in awhile I have this taste of blood in mouth and spit it out?
Crowning Achievement: Crown care is essentially the same as routine dental care. Use a dental paste for polishing and removing soft plaque along with a regular flossing. A device such as a waterpik® will provide pressurized water to flow above/below the crown/gingival interface to remove food particles and prevent odor. An oral rinse will finish the job. Remember to avoid staining foods and juices. ...Read more
Yes: You should start cleaning them. At first, just use a piece of gauze moistened with water to wipe plaque from your baby's teeth and gums. You don't need to use toothpaste, but try to clean them twice a day. Once your baby has several teeth, you might try using a small toothbrush with just two or three rows of very soft bristles. ...Read more
Brush your teeth at least twice a day for at least two minutes. Be sure your toothbrush is not worn and use an ADA approved toothpaste. If you want your teeth to be a lighter shade, you can use a whitening toothpaste.
Use dental floss or a Water Pik to clean between your teeth. ...Read more
Brush and floss: Brushing and flossing at least twice a day as well as regular visit to your dentist will insure good oral hygiene. I recommend using a rotary toothbrush at home which does a good job at cleaning your teeth (ask your dentist for a good brand). In the meantime, stay away from sweets and acidic beverages that can erode your teeth. ...Read more
1 see your dentist every six months for a professional cleaning
2 floss and brush after each meal.....You asked
3. Get a water pik and use it twice a day am
and right before bed
4 use the toothbrush your dentist reccommends (i like a motorized tooth brush for my patients)
do all this and you will be good
esp #1 above. ...Read more
You may have significant amounts of bacteria which are removed, but in cleaning an aerosol may be created and if you have a lowered resistance, then you may get sick.
Possibly, you may need to have more frequent teeth cleanings and consider perioprotect a non-invasive home treatment to significantly remove the bacteria on a daily basis.
www. Perioprotect. Com for a dentist near you. ...Read more
Most likely plaque: The gunk on teeth you are referring to is most likely plaque. It is a biofilm that consists of hundreds of bacterial species and proteins. Chronic plaque accumulation may lead to gum diseases and when combined with sugary diets, tooth decay. Whatever the "gunk" is on your teeth, make sure you try to brush twice a day and floss at least once. ...Read more
If the suction is not the cause of gagging
then distract yourself by wiggling your toes or thinking of something else. Take frequent breaks during cleaning. ...Read more
In patients w very little buildup of deposits, maybe 30-45 min.
People w a lot of calculus it may take several one hr. Visits. ...Read more
Depends: All teeth are vulnerable to acids. You should not brush your teeth immediately after eating or drinking things that are acidic and your teeth are at their weakest. Wait until the ph of your salvia returns to a normal state, about 20-30 minutes. ...Read more
Easy: Brush thoroughly 2-3 times per day with a Fluoride toothpaste, floss daily, use a good quality oral rinse such as listerine once per day, see the dentist every 6 months. Brush your tongue daily to reduce oral bacteria. Replace your toothbrush with a new one every 3 months. This is an easy formula for optimum oral health. ...Read more
At the least:
People often take better care of their car than their own health. They may wash and wax their car monthly, yet never have their teeth professionally cleaned. If you want to keep your teeth, see dds.
See your dentist to accurately determine what is best for your oral health.
We see patients on specific schedules to their needs (which could be) every 3, 4, or 6 months or even every 4 or 6 weeks! . ...Read more
Not likely: Your professionals will make accomodations for you if you have a really bad gag reflex. You will be just fine, go forward with confidence. ...Read more
Brush and floss thoroughly at least twice a day, especially at bedtime. Control your diet... Stay away from sticky, surgary foods. Don't smoke or use smokeless tobacco.
See your dentist at least every 6 months, and follow his and/or the hygienists oral hygiene instructions. ...Read more
No.: Glue is not used when they are cleaning your teeth. If you are asking if you can taste the things that are being removed from the surface of your teeth the answer is not normally. It was already there and you were not tasting it. I hope that helps. ...Read more
Good oral hygiene:
The best thing is good brushing and flossing. Xylitol will help prevent decay and keep your teeth whiter. Avoid sugary and acidic drinks which cause decay. Coffee, tea, red wines can stain teeth.
So the basic thing is good hygiene and healthy diet. Don't forget regular dental care. ...Read more
My spouse is having problems with his teeth after having them clean also there is a odour which he never had?
No simple Answer:
Has it been a while between cleaning visits for your husband? I suspect a number of possibilities for what you are describing. If he had lots of subgingival calculus removed the soft tissue is reorganizing. The odor will leave
within days. As the gum tissues heal the teeth that were loose could tighten in the socket. The opposing teeth may not contact properly (mal occlusion). ...Read more
Doctor I have black lines in my 5-6 teeths. It although doesn't pain but it is there. Should I go for a cleaning??
Visit your dentist: Visit to the dentist for a cleaning and exam is warranted and perhaps brush and floss your teeth more often. Take care ...Read more
Hi! I had a teeth clean today and immediately after he cleaned my teeth, I tasted a strong, metallic (to almost rusty) taste. Is this normal?
Blood: Your gums may be bleeding a bit after your cleaning, which is, after all, a limited surgical procedure. Blood can have a coppery taste. If it persists for more than a few days, call you Dentist for reexamination. ...Read more
I became ill after my teeth were cleaned last week. This was my first experience of an illness occurring in 24-48 hours post cleaning. Advice?
Please elaborate: What exactly was your illness? Dental cleanings are non-invasive and are usually not associated with any illnesses. Please repost with specifics. ...Read more
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