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Dr. Morton Levitt
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Perspiration (Definition)

Perspiration or sweat is the production of watery fluid from the skin to help regulate the ...Read more


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How can a tooth extraction work?

How can  a tooth extraction work?

Tooth Extraction: If a tooth has too much damage and can't be saved then in this case, the tooth needs to be extracted. Before removing the tooth, your dentist will administrate a local anesthetic for pain control and by surgical procedure tooth will be removed. Most tooth extractions take just a few minutes and the procedure is very safe. ...Read more

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How expensive is a tooth extraction?

How expensive is a tooth extraction?

Varies: Fees vary from office to office, city to city. A specialist will charge more than a generalist. Being put to sleep ? That's an additional expense. Any number given over the internet is meaningless, since fess in deltona are not the same as los angeles or albany or el paso. ...Read more

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Does the date of tooth extraction matter?

Does the date of tooth extraction matter?

Yes: Some insurance companies will not cover dental procedures to correct a tooth that was extracted prior to coverage. That's a primary reason dentist ask when a tooth was extracted or lost. Also, dentist can asses the rate of bone healing by determining how long ago the tooth was lost. So, it matters. ...Read more

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How does a tooth extraction actually work?

How does a tooth extraction actually work?

Work?: You mean how is an extraction done, or why extract a tooth? Extracting a tooth removes the source of a problem (pain, swelling, infection, decay), makes more room for the other teeth, and/or improves the prognosis for the remaining teeth. A tooth is extracted by separating the root from the bone. If the tooth is impacted or stuck, sometimes sectioning the tooth is necessary. ...Read more

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What should I eat after a tooth extraction?

What should I eat after a tooth extraction?

Softer foods first: The best answer can be obtained from the surgeon. That surgeon knows your particular situation and its associated risks. However, in general, you should eat softer and non-crunchy foods for at least a few days. With wisdom teeth extraction this time period may well exceed five weeks. For teeth extracted more towards the front of the mouth there is less risk of a problem and less restrictions.. ...Read more

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How to control droolling after tooth extraction?

How to control droolling after tooth extraction?

Use gauze: Try changing gauze to keep from drooling. Also keep a supply of tissues handy. ...Read more

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What are some pain reliefs after a tooth extraction?

What are some pain reliefs after a tooth extraction?

Dentist directions: Usually after an extraction, your dentist or surgeon will prescribe some pain medication. Follow their instructions including which pain medication and what to do after the extraction. ...Read more

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Please tell me what will tooth extraction feel like?

Please tell me what will tooth extraction feel like?

Tooth extraction: If a tooth has too much damage and can't be saved then in this case, the tooth needs to be extracted. Before removing the tooth, your dentist will administrate a local anesthetic for pain control and by surgical procedure tooth will be removed. Most tooth extractions take just a few minutes, painless and the procedure is very safe. ...Read more

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How normal is it to feel pain after a tooth extraction?

How normal is it to feel pain after a tooth extraction?

Normal & Varies: Depending on the type of extraction, the surgeons style and expertise and the patient, post surgery pain varies dramatically. Whatever you feel is real for you and your dentist can help you if there is a need for pain medication, medication for infection or swelling. Arnica is a good holistic over the counter aid. ...Read more

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What to do if I have questions about tooth extraction.?

Extraction: Tooth extraction is a routine dental procedure. It is typically done in the dental chair under local anesthesia. It can also be done under conscious sedation. Your dentist or oral surgeon should be able to address any questions you may have about this procedure. ...Read more

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How to minimize the pains during rotten tooth extraction?

How to minimize the pains during rotten tooth extraction?

Pain management : Before, during, and after tooth extraction, pain management is an important subject. The appropriate anesthesia for you depends on the expected complexity of the tooth extraction and your own comfort level. Talk to your dentist and explain your concern. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: tooth extraction?

What is the definition or description of: tooth extraction?

Removal of a tooth: Tooth extraction means removing an entire tooth or teeth from the jawbone. This includes wisdom teeth. ...Read more

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Really bad and kinda weird pain after tooth extraction. What could this be?

"Dry socket": Is a common source of severe pain that begins about the 3rd day after extraction, happens usually just on the lower jaw. Most post-surgical pain is usually gone 1-2 weeks after most extractions. Persistent pain needs to be checked for infection and other possibilities. ...Read more

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Soccer after tooth extraction, is this okay?

Soccer after tooth extraction, is this okay?

That depends: If this was an over-retained baby tooth for a child it should not be much different then the tooth coming out on its own. If it was an easy experience and the child feels up to it, let them play. If this was an extraction of an adult tooth then i would wait a few days. ...Read more

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Could i use my cpap after a tooth extraction?

Could i    use my cpap after a tooth extraction?

Hummmmm: I would be careful if an upper molar was extracted. The air could cause pressure changes in the sinus and cause an opening between the sinus and mouth thriough the socket. Either take a few days off, or very low pressures. Otherwise, CPAP should not be a problem for the remainder of the mouth. ...Read more

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What to do if I have noodles after tooth extraction?

What to do if I have noodles after tooth extraction?

Problems ?: Do you have problems following your extraction? Regardless of the cause, call your surgeon if you do. ...Read more

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What is IV sedation like for tooth extraction?

What is IV sedation like for tooth extraction?

Too much: We don't recommend IV sedation for simple extractions, may be in the case of a special patient ( medically compromised or uncooperative ones). If you are having several surgical or impacted extractions, then you could opt for the more expensive option, but you should always try to choose the safest procedure such as nitrous oxide ( laughing gas). ...Read more

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How to know if i need tooth extraction for braces?

How to know if i need tooth extraction for braces?

Full analysis: Records and xrays are made at your initial visit to determine the treatment plan suitable for your particular case. Your doctor will advise you. ...Read more

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Which antibiotic is used after a tooth extraction?

Which antibiotic is used after a tooth extraction?

Please consult your: any medicine should be taken after proper consultation with your dentist. Good luck ...Read more

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Do you think I'll need tooth extraction for braces?

Do you think I'll need tooth extraction for braces?

No clue: Without examination, it is impossible to tell. Only a fraction of orthodontic patients need extractions. As your orthodontist during your consultation. ...Read more

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Which is more painlful a filling or tooth extraction?

Neither one: Really have to be painful. Pain is a relative term and varies depending on ones pain threshold. Additionally, depending on the extent / difficulty, condition of the tooth needing a filling or extraction can determine the level of pain ... ...Read more

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Is wisdom tooth extraction a major surery?

Is wisdom tooth extraction a major surery?

It depends: It definitely is not major surgery but if you are given intravenous anesthesia it is more serious than with just local anesthesia. Dr. Sandler's answer is correct and i would also recommend you have someone take a look at your right upper cuspid (eye tooth) as it looks to be out of position. ...Read more

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Any swelling after wisdom tooth extraction?

Yes: Without premedication, swelling can be common. With anti-inflammatory and anti-swelling perscription pre medications, these unpleasant effects of wisdom teeth removal can be managed quite comfortably. Discuss this with your treating dentist. ...Read more

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Does molar tooth extraction require surgery?

Does molar tooth extraction require surgery?

Not always: Molar tooth extraction can be simple with no surgery involved in many cases. Sometimes if a tooth is badly broken, or has had a root canal treatment in past that tooth may not come out easily and will need surgery. Also most unerupted and impacted third molars will need surgery to extract. ...Read more

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Can Wisdom tooth extraction change face shape?

Can Wisdom tooth extraction change face shape?

Normally not: The alignment of the wisdom teeth are often not the determining factor in facial symmetry. If the other teeth start shifting, etc., then there could be some changes. ...Read more

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Can wisdom tooth extraction make you feel sick?

Can wisdom tooth extraction make you feel sick?

YES: The feeling should only be temporary and is usually due to the ingestion of blood or the more likely the pain meds you are taking. ...Read more

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My tooth extraction blood clot failed, what to do?

My tooth extraction blood clot failed, what to do?

Dry socket: What so you mean your clot failed? If you are having severe pain you may have a dry socket, where you lost the healing clot. Call the extracting dentist for treatment asap. This can be very painful until you get treatment. ...Read more

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Help! my tooth hurts after wisdom tooth extraction?

Help! my tooth hurts after wisdom tooth extraction?

Extraction pain: The dentist who removed your wisdom teeth is the one to discuss and prescribe pain medication with you. Call that office. ...Read more

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Tooth extraction and now I have a blood clot. Help?

Tooth extraction and now I have a blood clot. Help?

Healing: The blood clot at the extraction site is a normal part of healthy healing. You need it to heal the extraction site . Do not disturb it. It will go away as the area heals. Loosing this blood clot too soon can cause very painful healing complication called a dry socket. ...Read more

Dr. Walter Husar
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Tooth Extraction (Definition)

Tooth extraction means removing an entire tooth or teeth from the jawbone. ...Read more