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Tooth Next To Front Teeth
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I got a tooth fill when I chipped my front teeth, and I think it's loose it wiggles a little, if that helps
Ok the pain has went away in my front teeth, but now my tooth on the right side is hurting? I'm not sure what is going on.
Is primarily involved in acute pain condition and usually does not present any diagnostic difficulty.
See your dentist for examination, x-rays and treatment (if need it). ...Read more
I am 22 and my teeth keep breaking/chipping. Front teeth and back teeth. No pain until a tooth breaks then it hurts for a bit but the pain goes away.?
Get to a dentist: Hard to say why your teeth are breaking so easily- grinding, clenching, decay, poor hygiene, etc. You need to be proactive, see a dentist and repair the broken teeth and learn to take care of all the teeth. If grinding/clenching- find out the source and hopefully solve the issue and consider a possible mouthpiece to protect the teeth after treatment is complete. ...Read more
First: See your dentist for an evaluation of your bite and I would suggest a visit to the orthodontist for evaluation. Once the three of you have a plan then proceed. Many times I have the orthodontist leave me room to restore teeth like yours (open bite) so I do not have to shorten them as I prepare them for veneers or crowns to finish the case. ...Read more
My son had front teeth fall out. He just turned seven. Him gum is bloody where one tooth was. Is it a problem?
Bleeding gum: It's normal for tissues to be inflamed when baby teeth are just lost. Have your dentist check the area to make sure there's no other reason for the bleeding. ...Read more
I have a supernumerary tooth behind my two front teeth. It created a space between them and pushed one forward. Can I have it extracted?
Yes: Yes, it sounds like it is interfering with alignment of your central incisors. You'll likely get the best result by seeing an oral surgeon for the extraction. He may want to do a cone beam CT to evaluate the area. Often there are 2 or more supernumerary teeth impacted same area. ...Read more
Can tooth contouring fix a small chip in a tooth? I have a small chip in the bottom of one of my front teeth, and would like to have it fixed. Can it be contoured off if it's right near the bottom of the tooth?
What to do after a bad tooth contouring? I had a couple of front teeth contoured recently, and i still don't like the way they look, but now in a different way. I feel like too much was taken off. Is there anything I can have done to fix this?
This is problematic. It is very easy to remove tooth structure, very difficult to add back.
There are things that can be done, including veneers and composite bonding. Each of those procedures has its pros and cons.
Speak to your dentist who did the recontouring and explain your situation. I always advise to remove a little at a time. ...Read more
My front teeth are off center is this fixable? Or am i doomed to have a tooth in the middle of my face :(
See orthodontist: For a consultation and they can determine what can be done. ...Read more
Had clenching issue some days & nights. Notice I press tongue on bottom front teeth when stressed. Tooth feels pain but not with hot or cold. Cause?
Parafunctional force: Your body (teeth) are telling you something... HELP! The excess wear and tear you are putting on the teeth, gums tissue, and bone can result in premature loss of your teeth. Have a local dentist examine you to determine if a bruxism guard would be beneficial. ...Read more
I had a root canal performed on my 2 front teeth Monday. One tooth is not hurting but the other one is. Is this normal? How long will the pain last?
Depends: The discomfort often depends upon the severity of the infection in each tooth and the root canal process. Is the pain the result of temperature (hot, cold, ) or biting? Give it time. It can take a week to 10 days for discomfort to hopefully subside. I would call if you have any doubts. ...Read more
My crown is darkening after 6 months, dentist says its cause my tooth under is dark...true?
I had two front teeth performed at same time. One is fine
4 days after a filiing in molar the gum has gone white at that tooth. Gum all the way up to the front teeth has become rough and discolored. Painful?
Very unusual: Sorry to hear that you're in pain and dealing with a swollen gum. Call your dentist to schedule a re-evaluation. Small adjustments can make a big difference. Take care. ...Read more
Is tooth shaping painful? I would like to make an appointment to have my two front teeth reshaped, but if it's a painful procedure then I might not.
It is not, unless your teeth are extremely sensitive. If your teeth hurt just breathing in, then the reshaping will "hurt". The dental drill blows out air and water, usually at room temperature.
If this is the case, use some "sensitivity" tooth paste, like sensodyne for a couple of weeks first. If it is too sensitive, your dentist can numb you for the procedure. Personally, I have never had to numb any patient for reshaping.
Good luck! ...Read more
Will my dental insurance cover tooth shaping? I'm really bothered by my long front teeth and would like to get tooth shaping, but I'm a student and broke. Does dental insurance ever cover this procedure?
Will tooth shaping help the uneven edges of my top front teeth? My two front teeth have slightly jagged edges that I would like to have smoothed off, if possible. Is this something that can be done with tooth shaping?
As : As long as the removal of the edges doesn't result in teeth that are too short it is quite possible that shaping is a solution. ...Read more
Had 2 crowns on front teeth done why does it hurt had 2 crowns on front teeth done 3 weeks ago had shots to numb . For the last 3 weeks fell like I have something underneath the tooth, like a small seed and pain where the shots were. Is this normal
Waynesboro, pain or discomfort that doesn't get better with time is a good hint to get looked at sooner than later. Try brushing and flossing aggressively. Sometimes you need to get those gums healthy after wearing temps for a while.
Hope this is helpful, michael i. Wollock, dmd, agd fellow
dentistry at suburban square
www.Dentistryatsuburbansquare. Com. ...Read more
What can I expect the cost of tooth shaping to be? My two front teeth and the one next to them on the left are slightly jagged and broken due to a minor bike accident years ago. They're totally fine, but I would like them to look like they used to again.
It is impossible to give price estimates for tow reasons:
1. Each area of the country has different fee schedules primarily due to the costs of doing business in that local.
2. Without an examination it is impossible to determine how much work is involved and if the desired treatment is indicated.
I recommend talking with your dentist to get an estimate and if your are unsure get a second opinion. ...Read more
Will a severely chipped tooth have to be pulled? I chipped the bottom of one of my front teeth quite deeply in a bike accident, and would like to know if this will have to be pulled. It doesn't hurt a lot, but I feel like the chip goes halfway throu
DDS evaluation: Have the dentist evaluate your tooth. It is always better to try to save your tooth period. The dentist may feel that the tooth is compromised and may need root canal therapy. In addition, if there is inadequate tooth structure above the surface, crown lengthening may be indicated. ...Read more
Closing gaps: If the gap is especially wide, or you have multiple cosmetic issues to correct, your dentist may recommend braces or other options. If the teeth in question are damaged, then cosmetic dental crowns or veneers may be recommended with or without braces. However, if you simply want to close a small gap, bonding might be a good option. ...Read more
I have gaps in my front teeth and either side of the tooth to the right of them, would fillings work or hide the gaps?
It can be done, but.: Whether it should be done, is a very different question. It depends upon many factors, such as your bite, health of your teeth and gums, amount of spacing, symmetry, long term prognosis, your expectations, etc. I suggest that you discuss all your options, along with pros and cons and costs of each with a dentist who can actually examine you and see x-rays of your teeth. ...Read more
I have a small tooth gap between my front teeth but it's bothering me so much, I don't want my wisdom teeth to cause over crowding.?
Two issues: If the gap between your two front teeth is small and you are unhappy with it, ask your dentist about having some tooth colored bonded composites placed to close the gap. Other options would be orthodontics and retention or laminates. Personally, I would probably go with the bonding. It's simple, relatively inexpensive and reversible. ...Read more
I had 6 crowns made for my front teeth (one is missing) now I have to change it.is it better if I would have an implant for the missing tooth?
I have plaque or tartar behind the back of my bottom front teeth. I was flossing and the bottom of my front lower tooth chipped a little. Bad?
See Dentist : See dentist about chipped tooth. Sounds like you need a professional dental cleaning as well. ...Read more
My 3 yo daughter slipped, fell and banged one of her front teeth on a step. The tooth is a little discolored. Is it dead and can anything be done low$?
Evaluation: It is possible the nerves were damaged and the tooth may fall out, which is a little early but should be okay. However, she should be further evaluated by her pediatrician or family doctor to be sure the tooth does not risk becoming infected or impacted into the gums. ...Read more
All my molars feel traumatized. Front teeth used to be longer before chill and tooth bonding. Could it be that when it was longer separated molarsmore?
Pain in molars: You should not have work done on your front teeth that now makes your back teeth touch "harder" without proper evaluation of your occlusion. If your front teeth were so far off that now you are traumatizing your molars, then you have a more complicated situation. The work may have created an unbalanced occlusion. Front teeth do protect back teeth, see a trained dentist. ...Read more
Are the bottom two front teeth supposed to tooth the two front central incisors because it feels like there is pressure on side teeth. Front no touch?
Ideally yes: But everyone's bite is different and can even change on a day to day basis. Have your own dentist take a look and check out your bite. Sometimes small adjustments can make a big difference. See if there is a reason why you feel more pressure on certain teeth and less on others. ...Read more
I'm thinking about veneers, I have a small tooth at the front next to my front teeth? Is that possible? To get one veneer done? And will they whiten the teeth so it matches?
Of course: Porcelain veneers are the most common treatment for a small lateral incisor, and require little or no preparation. The teeth must whitened before veneer preparation. ...Read more
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