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Top Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth: Depends on why they are loose. This is something that needs to be diagnosed and evaluated by your dentist. Why do you want to save them rather than have them removed? Again, treating and retaining wisdom teeth is something you should discuss with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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Likely Extraction: If your wisdom teeth are breaking down you need to have the checked out. It is likely that they will need to be removed if they are not fixable or if you just can not maintain them well. If you choose not to, then you run the risk of much pain, infection that may lead to an emerge visit. Go see your dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Top wisdom teeth removed 3 years ago. was told I didn't have any lower. I now have what feels and looks like a tooth erupting left lower. possible?
Tooth: Talk to your dentist at your next cleaning or sooner if you are experiencing pain ...Read more
My top wisdom teeth are coming in, about half of each is visible through my gums. Partially erupted or just not done growing? I'm 19 if that helps
Wisdom teeth: You will need to see a dentist who along with visually looking into your mouth at your wisdom teeth, will take some x-rays to determine the development of the teeth and whether or not they can come in completely, come in straight and not cause problems. Also have your lower wisdom teeth evaluated in the same way as the lowers are generally more problematic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Same as others !: The surgeon will numb the area first. Second, he or she will usually need to expose the tooth if it is not visible in the mouth. A small incision is made to access the tooth. The gum tissue is gently pulled away to see the tooth. Sometimes only a single instrument is needed to twist the tooth out. Otherwise, a drill may be needed to help remove bone to facilitate it's removal. Talk to your doc! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've heard with top wisdom teeth extraction it is a lot less likely to get dry socket. What can I drink?
Dry sockets?: First you are correct, the likelihood is much less on upper teeth. Drink anything nutritious. ...Read more
My top wisdom teeth are growing backwards toward my sinuses. recently, i have started to experience hearing loss. could this cause long term problems?
Oral Surgeon: See your Oral Surgeon for evaluation and treatment recommendations. Good Luck. ...Read more
Front neck pain into clavicle area burning pain to tip of shoulder. Top wisdom teeth out a week ago any correlation
Can i drink beer 55 hours after having top two wisdom teeth pulled? (i'm not prescribed any pain meds)
When is it safe to eat crunchy food after top two wisdom teeth extraction? I did not receive stitches and don't want to damage the healing gum
Depends: The best one to answer this question is the Dentist or specialist Oral Surgeon who did the extractions. Hear she knows your situation best. I would, however, give it at least a couple of weeks to begin to heal, longer if possible. ...Read more
I had top two wisdom teeth extracted two weeks ago (no stitches). When is it safe to stop doing the salt water mouth rinse?
See your dentist: If your wisdom tooth has not completely erupted into position at the age of 32 and you are having recurring problems with pain and irritation from the tissue over the tooth, your options are to have the tissue removed or the tooth removed. If the tooth cannot erupt into the mouth due to inadequate space or its position, removal of tissue will only be a temporary solution. Have the tooth removed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a swollen top lip and wisdom teeth are coming in on the top. does this have something to do with it and will it go down in a couple hours?
2nd molars on top loose after wisdom teeth extraction? Are they going to fall out? also I grind my teeth at night to prevent Molar falling out????????
Loose teeth: Grinding your teeth will only loosen them, not tighten them. To determine proper treatment for loose teeth requires first determining cause. May be malocclusion, tooth infection, gum infection, sinus infection, parafunctional habits, etc. See your General Dentist to start. Specialty referral may be prudent. ...Read more
Please Help..been 2weeks top and bottom left wisdom teeth out..had food infection in stiches..dr put some brown stuff on it now my tongue feels burnt?
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