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Whitening Toothpaste Remove The Discoloring From Tea In My Dentine Exposed Bottom Incisor Tooth
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
If you had a one of your incisor tooth taken out because it loss the dentin and enamel and you had nothing wrong with your root. What would happen?
One tooth less: It would be helpful to have more information as to what caused the loss of dentin and enamel (decay? Bruxism? Erosion?). Find out the cause, how to prevent it happening with other teeth and how best to replace the missing tooth. Without replacing the tooth, you are more prone to your teeth shifting, bite collapse, periodontal breakdown and cavities. ...Read more
If you had one of your incisor tooth taken out because it loss the dentin, enamel & you had nothing wrong with root. It from decay. What would happen?
Peridontist: See a periodontist for an evaluation. Cause should be determined, further recession prevented and treatment for severe cases. ...Read more
See periodontist: Lower anterior incisors are the shortest, thinnest, most easily lost teeth in your mouth. Can't tell why the recession or how much, therefore treatment options cannot be determined. A local periodontist can evaluate the condition and advise you of what's best to do. ...Read more
Had an abcess tooth extracted 2 days go, left bottom incisor tooth. Have had pounding headache since last night. Possibly related?
Teeth whitening: You can use over the counter tooth paste or crest 3D whitening strips or pens. However, they are not so effective and/or stable. OTC bleach and whitening tooth paste could be used as a supplement only. A professional teeth whitening without laser, followed by home whitening system with custom trays for the long term effect. You will be very happy with the results. ...Read more
Toothpaste: This is a question for your Dentist. ...Read more
Some risks involved: First, mouth washes do not whiten teeth. Secondly, companies that promote their toothpaste as whitening teeth do so mainly with abrasives, that are not intended to be used on a regular basis as they erode away tooth structure. In my opinion, get a professional cleaning at your dentist and then maintain those healthy clean teeth with any brand name fluoridated toothpaste. ...Read more
Ask your Dentist: Tooth can be replaced or space can be closed orthodontically. See your dentist for restorative solutions, and ask your dentist for referral to orthodontic spesialist for examination (usually free). Best solution may be combination of both. ...Read more
If you need a incisor tooth extracted because of decay & it hasn't affected the root. Will the root get taken out when you have a restoration?
If you need a incisor tooth extracted because of decay & it hasn't affected the root. Will the tooth still get taken out when you have a restoration?
Missing upper lateral incisor tooth was found in X-ray, hidden on palate. Is it Anodontia even if it is just hidden, or something else?
Ortho consult: See your dentist to obtain a referral to an orthodontist. The orthodontist may work in tandem with an oral surgeon to expose and bring down the tooth or other options may be available. ...Read more
Grinding: Excessive wear to a tooth is usually due to grinding of the teeth. This can occur at night without conscious effort. Best to see your dentist for an evaluation and treatment plan. ...Read more
Will a incisor tooth grow back once lost at around the age 20? What should one do if he/she losses one at the age mentioned above?
I had a bone graft in my upper palate after an extraction of an impacted incisor tooth. It has been 11 days and there is a large lump where the bone graft was done. Is this normal? Was too much bone used?
Is zoom whitening good for me if I only have 3 discolored teeth? Do they charge by the tooth or for the whole mouth?
Whole mouth: I would not Zoom in your case. Find out why the 3 teeth are discolored and address that first before trying any whitening. They may not respond depending on the cause of the discoloration. Good Luck. ...Read more
Not necessary: Tooth mousse works pretty well on decreasing sensitivity. ...Read more
None for whitening: Hydrogen peroxide is the primary chemical used for whitening and although some toothpastes may have it, the concentration is not high enough and unless you want to sit there with toothpaste in your mouth for 30min to an hour it isn't going to do that much for you. Mechanical removal of debris and plaque daily should be enough. If you want to whiten more, call your dentist or get a take home kit. ...Read more
No: Whitening toothpastes help to maintain the whiteness put really do not whiten teeth. Try some form of bleaching method and then use the toothpaste. ...Read more
Is it okay to use tooth whitening toothpaste? The whole idea of bleaching my teeth just doesn't seem healthy to me, but at the same time I would also like to have whiter teeth..
Abrasive toothpastes: Whitwbing your teeth is safe when done with the right supervision. Many tooth whitening toothpastes that are marketed to the public are actually very abrasive and don't actually whiten your teeth. I recommend regular toothpaste with flouride, avoid the whitening gimmicks and avoid tartar control toothpastes. ...Read more
Can you mix cream of tartar with arm & hammer toothpaste with baking soda and peroxide for tooth whitening and is it harmful to teeth?
Yes, depends and why: Yes you can mix and use it. Whether or not it is harmful depends upon concentrations and frequency of use. I just question why someone would do that? It's a lot of time and energy for minimal effect, if any! There are much better methods out there that really work, are safe and are relatively economical. See your own dentist for specific advice after an exam and evaluation. ...Read more
In my bottom teeth my incisor got no enamel on it and looks thin. What will happen if I lose a layer of dentin. Can't have crown I've got swollen gum?
2 separate problems: 1. Gum disease. This is a serious problem, which should be checked and treated by a dentist. 2. When enamel damaged, the tooth is more susceptible to cavities. There are variety of options to fix lost enamel to protect dentine: for small erosion bonding is used. If the enamel loss is significant, full crown maybe a solution. See your dentist ASAP. ...Read more
Is it safe/better if I use a dab of toothpaste for each part of my mouth such as top teeth, bottom teeth and tongue?
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