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Whats Is The Cpt Code For Root Of The Mouth Absess
What is the lamination technique of dental treatment. How is it different from conventional brasses treatment. What's the cost of this treatment .
Veneers vs Ortho?: I'll assume you are referring to porcelain laminates or veneers. Veneers cover the front surface of the tooth & are used to produce the shade, contours and texture to improve the aesthetics of stained, chipped, slightly rotated or ones with slight spaces between them. Orthodontics instead moves teeth into their best functional position for aesthetics & function but cannot fix stained\chipped teeth ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
What is the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia?
please reply me with the name of the the hospital where this treatment is possible!
Need to be extracted: You need to see the dentist and they can extract the wisdom tooth. ...Read more
Depends on stage: Nasal cavity cancers can be very dangerous. How they are treated is largely based on how extensive - what stage- it is. Commonly a combination of surgery and radiation is needed. Biopsy is needed for diagnosis and often c/t or pet scans are used to determine the extent of the cancer. ...Read more
Is the surgical reattachment of gum (from roof of mouth to localized gum recession where root of tooth is visible) a common one? Is this a common procedure? For example, have 50% of 40 year olds been through this procedure? What is the typical cost (e.G
What's considered the best kind of dental crown (material) to get for the tooth that needs it is the last molar on bottom?
Bruxir Zirconia : Solid zirconia crowns are the strongest crowns available. They are great crowns especially for those who tend to grind or clench their teeth. E-max crowns are also excellent crowns. Both of them are tooth colored crowns. High noble gold crowns are very strong but are not tooth colored. Most people will do great with an e-max crown. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Depends: Most traumatic perforations of the tympanic membrane (ear drum) heal spontaneously. Keep water out of the ear. If there is a hearing loss, vertigo or otorrhea (drainage), you must consult an otologist (ear doctor) for a more specific diagnosis and treatment. You should let us know the preceding event that led to the puncture and how large it is before specific treatment can be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not standard of care: Simvastatin is in a class of drugs known as statins and a lipid-lowering agent that is used to lower cholesterol levels. Some studies report statins also reduced inflammation associated with gum disease which suggests that steps taken to reduce gum disease may also reduce inflammation in the arteries ; vice versa.The effects are minimal at best ; other more definitive treatment is standard of care. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
A fracture in the upper palate or the skull base was suspected due to the oral surgery. Instead of getting inferior view of the mandilble, the ER took panoramic X-ray of the teeth. Is this right?
Tooth conditions: A pulpitis is an inflammation of the pulp-the tissue within your tooth. A tooth abscess is when the pulp dies / becomes necrotic. You would think this an infection in your tooth. In both instances Root canal treatment would be needed to treat these problems to save your tooth. The other possibility would be to extract the tooth. So in both instances you could have a toothache. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not significant: Coagulate negative staph in normal host is without any significance. If person has prosthetic implant in body, pacemaker , hd catheter, or any other device than you need to correlate symptoms with that particular patient and come to conclusion . In that scenario you need to see infectious disease physician. ...Read more
Is there a clear top treatment available for the pain caused by the sciatic nerve in the human body? What is it?
A fracture in the upper palate or skull base was suspected due to the oral surgery. Instead of looking at the inferior view of the mandilble, the ER took panoramic X-ray of the teeth. Is this right?
Depends: On cause, location, extent.Get a more detailed answer ›
Developed mastitis with an abscess and MRSA. Received IV Vancomycin ( 5 months ago) currently root canal done on abscess tooth, what is the likelihood of MRSA moving to my mouth signs and symptoms to look for!
Possible, not likely: Staph (whether MRSA or non-MRSA types) is not a common cause of dental abscesses, although it could happen. All abscess symptoms are pretty much the same, no matter what bacteria are involved: swelling, pain, redness, and potentially draining pus. Discuss with your dentist and follow her advice if antibiotic treatment is prescribed. ...Read more
I crowned my teeth, root canalled soon after.L have slight pain when grinding. No abscess. Is it normal?
I will ask to have my molar pulled. Had root canal, lanap and mos. Later now an abscess. I forget the type. He wants to wait to see. I do not. Fed up.
Could having a cleaning and immediately following a bleaching of my teeth cause an abscess resulting in 2 root canals? I have recently had these 2 procedures back to back and am now undergoing 2 root canal procdures. Could this have been caused by the bl
No relation: There is no relation, it's actually recommended that you get the whitening after cleaning . Whether this teeth had a cavity (decayed) or had a poor fitting old filling, the nerve had to be infected or necrotic ( dead) for the teeth to need root canal treatment . In rare cases the whining gel might irritate that old filling if its in the front teeth causing the symptoms to appear , rx in needed. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
If I have an abscess or deep cavity in one of my lower front teeth, can they do a root canal on a front tooth or just extraction?
Abscessed front toot: Your front tooth can be treated with a root canal if there is enough tooth structure and bone support to properly restore the tooth. Extraction would be needed if there has ben too much decay to restore the tooth. A crown may also be needed after the root canal to restore your tooth to proper form and function. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I hv abscess in molar gum. Dentist make root open.. bt after 10 sittings still very hard swelling with no pain ever.. xray showing only absces no cyst?
See an endodontist: Oral infections such as certain chronic abscess or cracked, fractured teeth can often be difficult to diagnose and treat. In addition to dental school, endodontists receive 2-3 more years of advanced education in this kind of diagnosis and treatment. That’s why you should see an endodontist for proper diagnosis and prognosis before the treatment. ...Read more
How is an oral cyst different from an abscess? My dentist says I have an oral cyst at the root of a molar. It doesn't hurt right now, but i'm really worried about what it could develop into. Do oral cysts tend to follow the same path as the infection of a
Periapical pathosis: Lesions at the root ends are usually granulomas or cysts. The only way to tell the difference is by removal and biopsy. These are the direct result of necrotic tissue in a root canal causing these inflammatory lesions. They occur on teeth needing a root canal or a previously treated root canal that is failing. Many are asymptomatic and only start to hurt when they become acute, filling w fluid or. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Jaw tender and feels a little swollen on left side. Have a root canal appointment for a bottom molar on that side. Is abscess forming?
EXTREME lower tooth pain, 3rd tooth to left of 1st right molar. If I have an abscess, or something else can they do a root canal on front teeth?
I hv a hard abscess in molar gum.. dentist make a opening in tooth before root canal 5 days ago, nw swelling remain half.. how much time takes to go??
A few days: Once the abscess is drained, most symptoms go away quickly, within a few days. If the abscess is still in the gums, your dentist may suggest that you rinse with warm salt water a few times a day or you may need antibiotics to help fighting infection. Regardless, the abscess will not be cured unless the cause is completely eliminated. ...Read more
My last molar,under bridge, treated with root canal hurts a lot during day. It quitens at night. Xray revealed no abscess but i still worry what it is?
Tongue feels diffusely burnt, painful to heat +halitosis; a few papillae have turned white. Whatis? (+gum abscess persistent post root canal revision)
Tongue symptoms: While i can't be certain, from what you say, the halitosis probably comes from your gum abscess (bacterial odor). The changes in your tongue could be due to an overgrowth of yeast germs (fungi) than can happen when you take an antibiotic; this could cause the redness, tenderness, and white patches. Other causes of the tongue changes could be inflammation (glossitis) due to allergy or infection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Saw dentist yesterday & was told my pain was from an abscess. Its on my lower left side. Gave me amox and we are waiting for approval from ins for a root canal. My face is swollen and numb between my lip and chin today. Should I go back asap or wait?
Go Back ASAP: The pressure and toxins from the abscess are affecting the inferior alveolar nerve. That tooth needs to be opened and drained ASAP, insurance or no insurance. Emergencies cannot wait for ins approval, so get necessary treatment started now before the infection spreads or causes permanent damage. ...Read more
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