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Posted by: scarface34, 9 years ago
THey can be areas with less mineralization in them that appear white (like the white areas you get on your fingernails) or areas that dry out for some reason through the day....
scarface34
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9 years ago
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Posted by: goldxcrown, 9 years ago
IF they are in fact gut sutures and dissolving they should have gone 2 weeks ago. Drop in and have your dentist who took the teeth out remove them for you
goldxcrown
(Patient)
9 years ago
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2542
Posted by: dentalpick, 9 years ago
Make sure you are "brushing your teeth the way they grow" up and down - if you brush 3 times a day back and forth you may in fact be pushing your gums down off your teeth and...
dentalpick
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2700
Posted by: jakknife, 9 years ago
You are going to have to have them sectioned into pieces and then they usually come out fairly easily. The teeth will have to be reprepared for the composites and all...
jakknife
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2302
Posted by: sophia34, 9 years ago
No screaming rush - depends on how much the appearance and function bothers you as well 0 many people your message in here...have one and survive well!
theruler
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2165
Posted by: lstkelly, 9 years ago
Any dentist can re-cement a temporary - you may have to pay for it whereas your own guy would do it for nothing. In the meantime if you pulled it off eating, make sure the inside...
nthpower
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2107
Posted by: lstkelly, 9 years ago
If in fact they are really badly broken and need replacement it may only make sense to have them done together. He will have to cut them both off but if using lab manufactured...
tearteye
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2330
Posted by: dentexpert, 9 years ago
You would have to wait a lot longer than a couple of weeks - 6 months and the longer the better to let your alveolar ridges(gums) heal and shrink. Immediate dentures are placed the...
dentexpert
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2210
Posted by: freshmaker, 9 years ago
Certain types of pain are not uncommon after getting a new crown. If the crown itself is a little higher than the teeth next to it, when you close your teeth together or chew, you...
freshmaker
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2203
Posted by: dentstyle, 9 years ago
Should the oral surgeon or endodontist pinch, clip or cut the nerve that exits the mental foramen in your chin, the numbness in your lip and chin could occur. It could last for...
dentstyle
(Patient)
9 years ago
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Posted by: jakknife, 9 years ago
You are going to have to have them sectioned into pieces and then they usually come out fairly easily. The teeth will have to be reprepared for the composites and all...
jakknife
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2302
Posted by: dentalpick, 9 years ago
Make sure you are "brushing your teeth the way they grow" up and down - if you brush 3 times a day back and forth you may in fact be pushing your gums down off your teeth and...
dentalpick
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2700
Posted by: scarface34, 9 years ago
THey can be areas with less mineralization in them that appear white (like the white areas you get on your fingernails) or areas that dry out for some reason through the day....
scarface34
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2130
Posted by: goldxcrown, 9 years ago
IF they are in fact gut sutures and dissolving they should have gone 2 weeks ago. Drop in and have your dentist who took the teeth out remove them for you
goldxcrown
(Patient)
9 years ago
3
2542
Posted by: dentstyle, 9 years ago
Should the oral surgeon or endodontist pinch, clip or cut the nerve that exits the mental foramen in your chin, the numbness in your lip and chin could occur. It could last for...
dentstyle
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2449
Posted by: lstkelly, 9 years ago
If in fact they are really badly broken and need replacement it may only make sense to have them done together. He will have to cut them both off but if using lab manufactured...
tearteye
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2330
Posted by: freshmaker, 9 years ago
Certain types of pain are not uncommon after getting a new crown. If the crown itself is a little higher than the teeth next to it, when you close your teeth together or chew, you...
freshmaker
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2203
Posted by: dentexpert, 9 years ago
You would have to wait a lot longer than a couple of weeks - 6 months and the longer the better to let your alveolar ridges(gums) heal and shrink. Immediate dentures are placed the...
dentexpert
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2210
Posted by: lstkelly, 9 years ago
Any dentist can re-cement a temporary - you may have to pay for it whereas your own guy would do it for nothing. In the meantime if you pulled it off eating, make sure the inside...
nthpower
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2107
Posted by: sophia34, 9 years ago
No screaming rush - depends on how much the appearance and function bothers you as well 0 many people your message in here...have one and survive well!
theruler
(Patient)
9 years ago
2
2165
 
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