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Posted by: vikings12, 8 years ago
Dear Patzeigler! I think this problem you mention has developed over time and neither the dentist nor the patient are at fault. We’ve made a business out of illness and as we all...
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Posted by: California, 7 years ago
Dear Community! People mostly listen to words ... and ignore facts. Since 2009 a dentist helps in this forum without salary other People - day for day. Thank you Kim Henry!
wilduser
(Patient)
3 years ago
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Posted by: Katerine, 6 years ago
Dear Katerine, Unfortunately I cannot tell if we're dealing with a fistula or not. The simplest thing to do is to go to your practitioner and he will be able to confirm this. Or...
belsky
(Dentist)
6 years ago
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Posted by: penndental, 8 years ago
Dear Marie Catherine! Please help people here with meaningful post and please use this forum not for link spamming. THX
Michaelwiener
(Patient)
6 years ago
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Posted by: goofys, 7 years ago
Dear goofys! The loss of a veneer can usually be traced back to a bonding problem. It is important to resolve this problem when replacing the veneer as otherwise the replacement...
densture
(Patient)
7 years ago
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Posted by: Michelle, 7 years ago
Dear Michelle! There are many possible causes of your pain but this sounds like a loose filling, or a sensitive tooth neck or a combination of these and possibly something else....
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: sassyone, 7 years ago
Dear sassyone! You can't tell whether the procedure is correct in itself via the internet. The best thing to do would be to a 2nd or 3rd opinion from one or two other oral...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: peterall, 7 years ago
If you would like to send me you x-rays, I can give you a second-opinion. Please see my site at www.consultthedentist.com Dear Colleague Rubin! Please give your advice here like...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: Needhelp, 7 years ago
Dear Needhelp! This looks like Aphthous stomatitis. This is a painful disease of the mouth that tends to come and go. It starts with small, red bumps which later develop into...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: ReSmile, 7 years ago
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mitchellcooley
(Patient)
7 years ago
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Posted by: lebanonjack, 7 years ago
Dear Lebanonjack, In Europe, in fact, we understand by this a periodontitis treatment and I would assume it's the same in the USA too. Why "in fact"? We lag a bit behind the...
Stevecolacurcio
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: Dawnda, 7 years ago
smoking only retards the tissue healing time, you wont have any problem, im dentist, i smoke a entire box, and i had 2 molars implanted with succeed. Dear Colleague Jose...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: Dawnda, 7 years ago
I appreciate your post Dr Jaroslav, Im M.D and D.D.S, and recently ended my maxillofacial surgery residency, so i have more authority and more experience than you to tell patients...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: AnnaLucy, 7 years ago
Dear AnnaLucy! It looks fine - I hope you got a good healing.
JamesBates2
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: JeoggeBelly, 7 years ago
Dear College Forster! Please help people with your posts and don´t use this forum only for link building. You will see, that if you help, patient will come automatically ... Best...
jimhassel
(Patient)
7 years ago
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Posted by: lpdkids, 7 years ago
Dear Colleague Petersen! Thank you very much for your post, please complete your Profile! With a complete Profile Users / Patients in your town will find you more easily!
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: christiand, 7 years ago
Dear Christiand! Pain isn’t always be definable; it can also be very unique. What is important is that all the known sources - that is to say whatever the dentist sees which...
woi09ak
(Patient)
7 years ago
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Posted by: christiand, 7 years ago
@ Dr. Warde! Very good idea - I forgot this!
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: christiand, 7 years ago
Dear Christiand! Sometimes you have to be tough but don’t worry, your kid will soon get used to the evening cleaning routine. It’s important that you appear determined and that...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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Posted by: abcdef, 7 years ago
Dear ABCDEF! Please look at the Video Tooth Abscess!
DrElieWardeDDS
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7 years ago
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Posted by: California, 7 years ago
Dear Community! People mostly listen to words ... and ignore facts. Since 2009 a dentist helps in this forum without salary other People - day for day. Thank you Kim Henry!
wilduser
(Patient)
3 years ago
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Posted by: penndental, 8 years ago
Dear Marie Catherine! Please help people here with meaningful post and please use this forum not for link spamming. THX
Michaelwiener
(Patient)
6 years ago
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2102
Posted by: vikings12, 8 years ago
Dear Patzeigler! I think this problem you mention has developed over time and neither the dentist nor the patient are at fault. We’ve made a business out of illness and as we all...
Jacob_Nate
(Dentist)
1 years ago
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Posted by: justsmiledental, 8 years ago
Dear "Dental Hygienist ..." We should not post our oppinions, or what is used (normal) in a part of the world. This are not good arguments - why? There was a time, when it was...
belsky
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: justsmiledental, 8 years ago
Dear Anna S (Dental Hygienist), 1- This is a forum, if we do not express opinions "from our side of the world" we live in, what is the purpose of an online forum? First of all,...
belsky
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: justsmiledental, 8 years ago
Dear Anna S! I really appreciate you taking the time to write a long post, and i must say i enjoyed reading it all. It’s not that I take time, I write when I’m in the mood, or I...
belsky
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: toomuchsoda, 7 years ago
You are right! There are great dentists all over the world, and as you point out, there are also a lot of bad ones. I think the problem of knowing what alloys are being used is one...
MorrisLowe321
(Student)
7 years ago
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Posted by: toomuchsoda, 7 years ago
Dear Flytogreatsmile! Please excuse the way my post came over. I totally agree with you in the marked section. We all go on about corrupt politicians, doctors, lawyers and so on...
MorrisLowe321
(Student)
7 years ago
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Posted by: bluesquaretatt2, 8 years ago
Dear Forum Members, It's nice to read how we can help each other but sometimes we come across as rather 'cold' and this is particularly so with written texts unfortunately. So...
belsky
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: bluesquaretatt2, 8 years ago
Dear bluesquaretatt2, There’s no need to apologise. Our sole aim here is to help you, otherwise we’d never post. If anything it is I that should apologise as my post wasn’t...
belsky
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: Dawnda, 7 years ago
smoking only retards the tissue healing time, you wont have any problem, im dentist, i smoke a entire box, and i had 2 molars implanted with succeed. Dear Colleague Jose...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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823
Posted by: Dawnda, 7 years ago
I appreciate your post Dr Jaroslav, Im M.D and D.D.S, and recently ended my maxillofacial surgery residency, so i have more authority and more experience than you to tell patients...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
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823
Posted by: JeoggeBelly, 7 years ago
Dear College Forster! Please help people with your posts and don´t use this forum only for link building. You will see, that if you help, patient will come automatically ... Best...
jimhassel
(Patient)
7 years ago
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919
Posted by: Needhelp, 7 years ago
Dear Needhelp! This looks like Aphthous stomatitis. This is a painful disease of the mouth that tends to come and go. It starts with small, red bumps which later develop into...
belsky
(Dentist)
7 years ago
6
3487
Posted by: Evamaria, 9 years ago
Hi everyone! A tongue scraper is one solution; however, you should ask yourself why the coating on your tongue is occurring in the first place. The mucous membrane of your tongue...
belsky
(Dentist)
9 years ago
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Posted by: scooter19, 9 years ago
Hello scooter! The antibiotics will only treat your symptoms and not the “cause” of the problem. It seems your dental nerve was damaged/died due to your accident; the dead tissue...
scooter19
(Patient)
9 years ago
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Posted by: heater, 9 years ago
Hello everyone! Visiting a doctor is never a bad idea, but in this case you can try biting down on a clean swab. Important is that you always swallow your saliva. People often...
heater
(Patient)
9 years ago
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Posted by: Evamaria, 9 years ago
Hello fredierom! Naturally, different foods will leave a varied and distinct smell in the mouth; whether it is pleasant or not depends on the eye (or nose) of the beholder ;-)
belsky
(Dentist)
9 years ago
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Posted by: timbob, 8 years ago
Hello Timbob! This site is not from the ADA, it is from dentists, for patients an colleges! Have a great day!
Henrius
(Dentist)
8 years ago
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Posted by: goofys, 7 years ago
Dear goofys! The loss of a veneer can usually be traced back to a bonding problem. It is important to resolve this problem when replacing the veneer as otherwise the replacement...
densture
(Patient)
7 years ago
5
182
 
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