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Posted by: penndental, 8 years ago
A dentist with adequate training in the field of Dental implantology is qualified to treat your mother. It could be a GP, an Oral surgeon, A periodontist or a Prosthodontist....
Michaelwiener
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7 years ago
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Posted by: MorrisLowe321, 8 years ago
There is every possibility that you have a cavity or at the very least a break in contact between two teeth. Before it gets worse - show a dentist and get it fixed.
NatalijaSekulic
(Dentist)
8 years ago
3
187
Posted by: denissecano912, 8 years ago
The old filling must be now leaking which is causing you sensitivity. There is also the possibility that you have developed a new cavity in and around that new filling. You may...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
1
164
Posted by: spudzz, 8 years ago
Hello... As a patient and as the owner of your teeth you have every right to defer treatment having understood the pros and cons of that decision. Also barring hopeless teeth with...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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240
Posted by: Twinklebell, 8 years ago
It is absolutely essential to have complete treatment done - either a RCT or an extraction with an abscessed tooth. Antibiotics only give temporary relief and even if there is no...
Twinklebell
(Patient)
8 years ago
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214
Posted by: shamim_s2002, 8 years ago
Gum pigmentation is of two kinds - intrinsic and extrinsic. The extrinsic coloring comes from silver fillings particles embedded in. But intrinsic coloring is far more common. It...
stevepearls
(Student)
8 years ago
4
174
Posted by: amiieey, 8 years ago
If there be a possibility of a root canal it would have showed up on the X-ray. If the cavity has developed after your fillings - then you would have some discomfort or pain. Since...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
1
176
Posted by: genevieve, 8 years ago
Swelling with an infected tooth is not uncommon. Moreover sometimes after the root canal is begun there may be a flare up with a chronic lesion which causes swelling and maybe even...
amelyluyanda
(Patient)
8 years ago
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579
Posted by: HeyThereDelilah, 8 years ago
Hello...I wouldn't worry about the white stuff in the healing socket. In all probability it is a combination of food debris and healing tissue. As long as you have no fever,...
jimhassel
(Patient)
8 years ago
4
291
Posted by: BrianJow, 8 years ago
Receding gums are more than Gingivitis..Periodontitis is what causes receding gums. The other cause for gum recession is an improper brushing habit. To find out exactly what is...
Henrius
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: penndental, 8 years ago
A dentist with adequate training in the field of Dental implantology is qualified to treat your mother. It could be a GP, an Oral surgeon, A periodontist or a Prosthodontist....
Michaelwiener
(Patient)
7 years ago
20
2145
Posted by: Twinklebell, 8 years ago
It is absolutely essential to have complete treatment done - either a RCT or an extraction with an abscessed tooth. Antibiotics only give temporary relief and even if there is no...
Twinklebell
(Patient)
8 years ago
5
214
Posted by: HeyThereDelilah, 8 years ago
Hello...I wouldn't worry about the white stuff in the healing socket. In all probability it is a combination of food debris and healing tissue. As long as you have no fever,...
jimhassel
(Patient)
8 years ago
4
291
Posted by: BrianJow, 8 years ago
Receding gums are more than Gingivitis..Periodontitis is what causes receding gums. The other cause for gum recession is an improper brushing habit. To find out exactly what is...
Henrius
(Dentist)
8 years ago
4
563
Posted by: genevieve, 8 years ago
Swelling with an infected tooth is not uncommon. Moreover sometimes after the root canal is begun there may be a flare up with a chronic lesion which causes swelling and maybe even...
amelyluyanda
(Patient)
8 years ago
4
579
Posted by: shamim_s2002, 8 years ago
Gum pigmentation is of two kinds - intrinsic and extrinsic. The extrinsic coloring comes from silver fillings particles embedded in. But intrinsic coloring is far more common. It...
stevepearls
(Student)
8 years ago
4
174
Posted by: MorrisLowe321, 8 years ago
There is every possibility that you have a cavity or at the very least a break in contact between two teeth. Before it gets worse - show a dentist and get it fixed.
NatalijaSekulic
(Dentist)
8 years ago
3
187
Posted by: amiieey, 8 years ago
If there be a possibility of a root canal it would have showed up on the X-ray. If the cavity has developed after your fillings - then you would have some discomfort or pain. Since...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
1
176
Posted by: denissecano912, 8 years ago
The old filling must be now leaking which is causing you sensitivity. There is also the possibility that you have developed a new cavity in and around that new filling. You may...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
1
164
Posted by: spudzz, 8 years ago
Hello... As a patient and as the owner of your teeth you have every right to defer treatment having understood the pros and cons of that decision. Also barring hopeless teeth with...
drarya
(Dentist)
8 years ago
1
240
 
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