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Which Are The Richest Doctorsplastic Surgeons Dentists
Training: Both go to 4 years of dental school. An oral surgeon then goes for several years of additional training in tooth extraction and oral facial surgery. An oral surgeon would not place fillings or crowns and perform routine preventive dental care. Most general dentists would not place implants or extract impacted teeth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Surgical experience: A dentist does have some experience in oral surgery procedures. An oral surgeon specializes in removal or teeth, sedation, wisdom teeth, bone grafting, trauma, pathology, placement of dental implants, jaw surgery and tmj. It is your choice on which doctor you want to go with. The more complicated the procedure or treatment it may be worthwhile having an oral surgeon involved. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In 2009, first dentist thought i had odontoma. Have been observed for years, no changes. New dr ref me to or surgeon to be sure.What else could it be?
May be ok, may not..: I would want to know several things before being comfortable just monitoring this: 1) where is the odontoma - upper or lower jaw? 2) is it evident or is it only visible on an xray? 3) how was it diagnosed as an odotoma? Only after knowing the answers to these questions would i say if it's prudent to keep watching or get a referral to os for more accurate "risk" assessment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Name me the top general dentist, periodontist and oral/max surgeon in Broward County, Florida. Is it ok to get a lead for this at this online site?
Recommendations: You may get recommendations. Always remember that everyone has a specific and personal set of criteria for determining "best". Seek out online reports from patients and ask the state and county dental societies for information on the Dentists. Go to the specialty organizations and do the same. Visit the offices and talk with the staff. Ask the people you know who share your values and needs. ...Read more
1&1/2 rears ago i had a cap put on my moler..it has bothered me ever since, the dentist sent me to an oral surgeon can't do anything because cement is to close to nerve, I can't afford another doc.
The tooth next to my two front tooth is partially impacted, do I need a oral surgeon or can a dentist fix this?
Impacted cuspid?: The best results are obtained with a team approach involving a general dentist\oral surgeon\orthodontist. They should all consult with each other and you, explaining what they intend to do and why. It should make sense to everyone, especially you. ...Read more
My tongue constantly sheds after a red dot on my tongue bled profusely. Red dot gone, checked by dentist, oral surgeon with no answers.
Unclear question: What do you mean from, '' ýour tongue constantly sheds''? ...Read more
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