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What Is It Like For Adult To Get Braces
Having Braces: As an adult you are thinking carefully about getting braces. Braces are a worthwhile investment in the health of your mouth and ultimately your whole body! the confidence of a beautiful smile is also a benefit. You will experience some soreness and need to be careful about foods you eat .The vast majority of adults who complete orthodontic treatment are very satisfied with the results. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long do children usually have to wear palate expanders for? It looks like out son is might have to get a palate expander, and i'm wondering how long i can expect him to need it for. Will we have to get more than one as he grows?
This : This type of question will be difficult to answer via cyberweb, there are many factors influencing when to start treatment such as age and stage of development of the mixed dentition. Palatal expanders are usaly used only one time, although it should be followed up with a conventional orthodontics in order to attain the desired result. A consultation with a specialist will be helpful to guide you towards the right path to follow. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Very Routine: Having dental implant treatment is a very routine procedure today. The techniques and instruments have made undergoing dental implant surgery very safe, comfortable, and predictable. You will be numb during the procedure, and it only takes a few minutes to actually place the implant by an experienced surgeon. You may feel some vibration or pressure, but no discomfort at all. Keep smiling ! ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Not enough info: You would have to describe your version of fake teeth. See a dentist for an evaluation and describe what you are trying to accomplish as an end result. ...Read more
Yes: Although kids and teens may develop symptoms that look a little different. Usually, one notices that grades and socializing suffer. Instead of feeling or appearing depressed, kids and teens can look easily irritable. A child psychiatrist can help evaluate and tease out the symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the average time that hand tendonitis takes to be fixed? I know every case is different. What does a doctor do to fix it?
Varies with type of: The tendon involved, severity, duration, whether its acute or chronic and the cause of it. He'll DX it and advise use of a particular type of splint or brace; prescribe nsaid's, p therapy. It might still take 6-12 weeks to heal completely, although even after improvement, the problem can recur. Some cases require surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is the best thing to do for a canker sore in your mouth? And is it normal for it to be really big?
Palliative treatment: Yes they can get very big. You can apply topical ointment to area as a protective barrier. Aloe based work best for length of time before wearing off and it has anti inflammatory properties that will help heal faster Avoid any spicy salty foods and acidic drinks and avoid alcohol ...Read more
Which is better invisaline or braces and why? I want to get braces, but im not sure which one would be better.
No: Sickle cell is a genetic condition that you are born with.You cannot acquire it as an adult. ...Read more
Hey! My front tooth is REALLY sore and wiggly. It is an adult tooth and I just need some help. I just would like to know if it needs to be extracted.
Common : Individual reasons vary from religious to cultural. Some do so because they have experienced painful infections of the foreskin in the past. I had one say he didn't want anyone having to tend him there if he got old and feeble. It was one of the most requested elective surgeries during my stint in the naval medical corps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey! My front tooth is REALLY sore and wiggly. It is an adult tooth and I just need some help. Does it need to be extracted?
Depends: Usually wisdom teeth removal is a routine and quick procedure. Patients often choose sedation to be comfortable. The recovery can take a few days and is relatively uneventful. Discuss your procedure with your dentist. Or you can consider having a consultation with an oral surgeon. Oral surgeons specialize in removing wisdom teeth and sedation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello doctor.I just want to know why one of the eyes get smaller and what is the cause for it. Is it a bigger problem? Is there any treatment for it?
Below: this is the best I found for you on the internet Most people who come to me with a complaint that one eye is getting smaller are actually noticing a lowering of the upper eyelid. This can come from neurologic (nerve) problems, weakness of the muscle and/or its tendon, disinsertion of the tendon (common as we age), excess upper eyelid skin (sometimes associated with fat pad prolapse), or weakness and drooping of the forehead. Please consult your ophthalmologist (Eye M.D.) who can examine you and recommend an appropriate course of action. At the same time, he or she can actually measure to see if the eye is truly sunken. This can sometimes occur after an eye injury, weeks to months later, but is otherwise rare. After a Bell's Palsy, the appearance of a sunken eye can be noted. Finally, sometimes the opposite eye is bulging, making the other eye seem to be sunken. Commonly, this is a sign of Grave's disease, but can also be caused by space-occupying disorders of the orbit (eye socket). Again, simple examination by an ophthalmologist can determine what's causing your eye to appear smaller, or whether you indeed have a smaller eye (which is almost never actually present). ...Read more
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