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When U Get Your Tooth Pull How Long Does It Take Too Heal
Depends: It depends on why you needed to have your baby tooth pulled and where the permanent tooth is situated. At 16 most of the time all of the baby teeth have been lost and the permanent teeth erupted. Your dentist should be able to give you an answer to this question since he knows your mouth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How soon after a tooth extraction can I have something put in to replace it? I need to have a tooth pulled, but want to go as short a time as possible with a gap in my teeth. How long will the spot where my tooth was have to heal before I can get somethin
Sometimes: Sometimes an extracted tooth can be replaced immediately after an extraction. More often than not, it is better to wait until the bone has filled in either partially or completely before placing an implant. There are a lot of factors to consider for example, the amount of remaining bone, whether or not there was an infection present, the type or hardness of the bone, the position of your remaining teeth, whether or not the extracted tooth is a lower or upper tooth and whether or not it is a front or back tooth. Each case has to be evaluated individually and I would suggest that you discuss this with your dentist in order to make an intelligent decision as to when to replace that missing tooth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
About 7-10 days: Tooth extraction sites usually within 7-10 days. The bone needed to support your immediate denture usually requires 6-8 weeks of healing prior to final denture fabrication. Dental implants can be a great option to hold the denture in place for a more secure fit. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
8 to 10 minutes: Some extraction sites may take a bit longer or ooze due to the complexity of the wound. Bleeding times can become longer with certain medications. ...Read more
8 weeks: If the teeth have already been pulled and you are without teeth, it is best to wait 8 weeks before fabricating a new denture. This allows time for both the tissue and the underlying bone to heal. If the teeth have not been pulled, as others have said an immediate denture can be made for insertion at time of extraction. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
How long after having teeth pulled should your mouth take to heal all my top teeth total of 7 were pulled and gums still very painful after 1 week.
Depends on the break: If you have a broken piece of tooth that does not hurt, you may eventually have pain and possibly loose the piece altogether. Different types of partials require different amounts of time and appointments to fabricate. Some partials can take from 1-3 days. Some take a few appointments and require about 1-2 weeks to actually fabricate in a lab. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had my tooth out last week, how long does it take to heal, I got something stuck in the hole and got it out it was like white jelly was it the gum?
3 days: For a healthy patient, 3 days is when we can determined if there would be infection and/or dry socket. That is when neovascular genesis begin as the clot is stabilized and there is void of infection. Soft tissue proliferates at the margin and migrate down the extraction socket to cover the hole at the rate approx. 1mm per day. The white jelly is the dead skin that should be wipe off daily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 month: It takes approx. A month for the tissue to heal over the opening in the mouth and months longer for complete bone fill. ...Read more
Discuss with dentist: Every case, every patient, every dentist results in different time frames. There are so many factors at play here. Only a dentist who is familiar with your case can give you the answer you request. Generally, implants are placed on visit #1; time required for integration = 3 to 6 months; implants uncovered and restored =2 to 3 weeks. If bone grafting or other issues, more time may be required. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How u want to fix it: It really depends on how you want to fix, if you want a veneer for example, it should take two visits, one to prep the tooth and take impression and the other to put it on you tooth. It's also can be fixed with bonding, that usually can be done on the same visit.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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