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Root Canal Treatment
Teeth Cleaning Procedure
Teeth Whitening Procedure
Chronic Skin Allergy Treatment
Tooth Extraction Procedure
Dental Extractions Procedure
Skin Rash Treatment
Gap Closing (Dental) Treatment
Artificial Teeth Treatment
Treatment of Root Canal Treatment (RCT)
Wisdom Tooth Removal Procedure
Teeth Scaling & Polishing
Braces Treatment for Adults and Teens
Teeth Cleaning (Scaling) Procedure
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I am a 20 years female. Teeth in my upper jaw aren't really crooked, but not straight and tilted forward. The length of teeth is also uneven. Please provide info on how can I straighten them and also even out their length. Please include the cost of the treatment as well.
I have cavities on two molars tooth since I was 6 years old today I am 15 years old. Before 6 years my cavity becomes worst and tooths decayed fully and I consult to a dentist the dentist gave me some medicines and my pain become less after 2 months again I have pain then the dentist again gave me medicines from that day I have never have any pain on my decayed tooth and these tooths were milk tooths but 5 years ago these milk tooths remove and I have got permanent tooths but these two new permanent tooth also got cavities and the cavities which were black in colour now become brown in colours and tooths are approximately decayed but 1 year ago I have small cavity on my other molar tooth which is black in colour and this tooth is milk tooth but till now I do not have any pain in these tooths except the 6 year old pain which I have already discussed except the new cavity in tooth in which I have little pain when crushing hard things with this tooth and sometimes eating chapati also otherwise I do not have any pain.
Hi, I am a 49 years old male and have this boil on my gums near my 2nd and 3rd molar. I did have a root canal treatment a few years back. The boil constantly keeps reappearing in the same place causing me pain and discomfort every few months. It disappears only to reappear a few months later. Hoping to know what it is and ways to get rid of it. Is it something to worry about? The root canal I underwent was approximately 7 years ago and the boil has been coming and going shortly after the treatment. This boil has troubled me for so many years by appearing every few months. Please help. Is it anything serious?
Please suggest for Pain and tingling in root canal tooth after an year of root canal treatment and swelling on cheek.
I am suffering from high toothache since 4 days tried many medicine for pain but no any relief, in night the pain auto increase which is not bearable and I have also cavity problem so request to you please suggest any best way for resolution for pain.
Teeth may be lost due to various reasons - decay, periodontal disease, age, trauma, etc. Whatever the reason, losing a tooth causes some side effects, as noted below:
1. Reduced chewing efficiency, thereby affecting nutrition
2. Aesthetics, more effect if front teeth are lost
3. Structural support to the face - puckering can happen
4. Overall nutrition affected
For someone who has lost a tooth or teeth, dentures are a boon. There are various options for people, and choice can be made based on economic, cosmetic, and overall health conditions.
Partial/complete: If only one or few teeth are being replaced, it is a partial denture. This can be fixed or removable. In the case of old age or trauma where all teeth are lost, a complete denture would be in order. In most cases, this is a removable denture.
Fixed dentures/Removable dentures: Depending on whether the denture is fixed in the mouth or can be removed when not in use.
Metal or ceramic or combination: In some cases, for aesthetic or economic reasons, the patient can decide to go for a metallic fixed partial denture. The fabricated crowns will have a metallic surface but are acceptable given the strength, especially in posterior teeth, which take a heavy mastication load.
In cases of front teeth loss, the denture should almost always be a ceramic one, especially for cosmetic reasons. If the person cannot afford, a removable denture can be done.
The optimal denture should be chosen based on a number of factors including functional and aesthetic expectations.
Caring for dentures: It depends on the types of dentures you choose.
Fixed dentures: This requires religious brushing, flossing or interdental brushing, and rinsing. The edges of the denture can put pressure on the gums and cause irritation, this needs to be watched for.
1. Clean the dentures after every meal
2. Be careful when handling them to avoid fall and breakage
3. Handle the clasps with care, altered clasps may not fit properly
4. Clean the bone and gums around the denture after each meal
5. Soak the dentures overnight in water or a denture-soaking solution
6. Avoid soaking it in hot water, can lead to warping of the denture plate
7. Avoid hard brushing of the dentures
With any denture in the mouth, visit the dentist regularly every 6 months to keep a constant vigil on your overall dental health. Ill-fitting dentures, especially, need to be corrected immediately as they can lead to irritation, ulcers, and even infections.
With these small precautions, the denture can function to its optimal level and serve as a good replacement of the lost tooth.