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 Receding gums??? PLEASE HELP!!!!?
I have a receding gum line and i really would like to prevent &build it back up. At the advice of a dental hygenist, I have switched toothpastes from colgate tartar control to colgate total. I ...


 Remedies for tooth ach?
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 I have a mild lisp how do I pronounce s?
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 Is it dangerous for a toddler to swallow a third of a tube of toothpaste?
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 Why do people think that they shouldn't have to pay for their own dental work?
"i don't have insurance"...quit whining. if you're sick you go to the doctor whether you have insurance or not. so why do people avoid dental treatment knowing that it's ...


 My son is 7 yr old but his teeth are not changing off .what may be the reason?
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 Kind of a weird question...?
If you have braces on your teeth and you die, do they take them off before they bury you?...


 I'd like to have my rotting teeth removed and have full mouth dental implants. How?
I can't seem to find a general price on anything and no one seems willing to share the price unless I actually go there in person which means forking out more cash.   

Surely ...


 Best toothbrush?
what kind of toothbrush do women prefer do keep there teeth ...


 How to prevent bad breath,aside from brushing the teeth?
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 Doubling up on rubber bands on braces question?
i have an orthodontist appointment next week, and although i've been wearing my rubber bands constantly for the past month, my teeth seem like they need just a little more push to be perfectly ...


 Help i am sore my teeth!!!
Well I just got my spacer's on my teeth...
they hurt like hell and my tmj is worse then ever and I am doing everything for the pain is there anything else I can do besides a damn ice pack? ...


 What exactly happens if you chew gum with braces?
I'm getting braces tomorrow, and I'm a total gum addict. I know your not supposed to chew gum with braces, but a lot of my friends do anyway. Does it do any real harm?...


 Local or general anesthetic for wisdom teeth removal?
I have to have my two lower wisdom teeth removed at my local hospital.
Will this be done with a local or general anesthetic (I would prefer a general)...


 Terrible teeth?
my teeth are TERRIBLE.
some are crooked and all messed up
are braces going to help or is there another option?...


 I heard if you dont use it you lose it.what should i do?
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 What age did you get your first cavity?
Just out of interest......I'm 24 and think I have my first ever cavity - I'm gutted!!! I know I've done pretty well to get to this age without any though. What age were you when you ...


 Is constantly chewing gum (like multiple times a day) bad for your teeth?
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 Getting braces...HELP!!!?
I'm all ready kinda a nerd, and I don't think getting braces in the middle of seventh grade will help. And no gum!!! Why? how long do they have to stay in for? Will it hurt?...


 Wisdom tooth?
I have a wisdom tooth growing in the right side of my mouth but it is really close to the tooth next to it and the gums around the 2 teeth are swollen. Is this normal? Its the 4th or 5th day now and ...



Alexyus G
I just went to the dentist... is 26 cavities that need fillings a lot?
I also need 7 extractions, 9 root canals, and implants for missing teeth. Is that too many? all of them developed in the past 3 years.
                     





littlemisscontroverse
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uummm there are only 28 permanent teeth plus 4 wisdom teeth that equals 32. Alot of times people get there wisdom teeth extracted. But you can not have 26 that need fillings and 7 extractions and 9 root canals plus you have missing teeth. I don't understand how you could have that many teeth

hmmm how can you give me thumbs down it's the truth okay let change my answer.
Yeah that's a lot I sure hope you have insurance, a good job, Wow- I wouldn't want your medical bill, there must be some underlying issue as to why your teeth would rot this quickly.
But seriously maybe you meant that you have 26 cavities needing 9 root canals, 7 extractions with implants, and the remaining 10 need fillings leaving 2 to 6 teeth that are fine unless of course they have already had work done and are okay now.
But seriously I bet there is an underlying problem, the teeth can really show a lot of things.
Oh yeah and I kind of figured you were young but just in case- Have you recently had a child or two because a lot of women's teeth go downhill when they are pregnant because they are not getting enough iron and Calcium. Just be sure to drink milk or eat yogurt and maybe take a daily Multivitamin. Always floss (atleast 1) and brush your teeth (2-3x or more) also a Fluoride mouth rinse daily or weekly. When I had braces we had prescription Fluoride mouth wash to swish every night. I never got one cavity the whole time I had braces, now as an adult after my pregnancies I have gotten a lot which is really embarassing. Cut down on juice and sugary drinks, drink plenty of water and milk. Don't sip on pop or juice all day long even if it's only one soda. Gum can also cause problems- I've heard. There are also disorders where maybe your enamel is thin or something I've heard of people getting their teeth coated(?) but know nothing about it.


Crazy Frog
That's impossible just how meny teeth do you think you have.
26+7+9=42 You must have a big head to hold all those rotting teeth.


Jamiep6
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um, sorry but yes....that is a lot. good luck.


Sugar Bug xx
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Decay usually happens if you drink a lot of carbonated beverages and sugars, or acidic foods erode enamel in a short amount of time. Gum disease can distroy your bone around your teeth if not properly treated. Your Brushing technique and flossing if you are missing area's or not brushing properly can lead to decay also. If you feel this is not the case I would get a 2ND opinion just to make sure your not getting unnecessary work or if they concur with the previous Dentist you will know its legit and the proper treatment for you.
Hope this helped . My heart goes out to you.


Helen DDS
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Of course it's possible, but I'd be skeptical. Do you have insurance? If you have an insurance where you need to see someone off of a list or just have a limited # of dentists that take that insurance, it means that the dentist has agreed to accept a lower fee. So they make up for it in volume. Request a copy of your x-rays and go see a conservative dentist for a second opinion. Check with your local dental society or possibly the World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentists (google), to get a referral in your area


d_and_n5000
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Wow...I think that it sounds like a lot. Too many? In my mind any would be too many, but I suppose that some are unavoidable. But 26 cavities, plus extractions, root canals, and implants? I'm glad that its not my bill to pay.


Tiffany
That is really bad. This is from someone who always ate junk and brushed my teeth once a day instead of two most of the time. I have have 3 cavities over 23 years and one root canal. And the root canal as just because I chipped my tooth. Having more than two cavities at once should definitely cause alarm. Needing that many root canals and needing implants it almost sounds like you should just extract them all and have all implants. You could have some underlying issues causing your problems.


mdaz
=O yeah thats a lot. I remember when i was younger and i didnt go to the dentist for a few years i had 9 cavities, now that doesnt make me feel that bad anymore!!

Good luck!
I hope ur dental insurance covers everything for you!


E/m/m/a-x
Sorry..Its Alot .. That Seems Verry Painful And A Verry Big Bill..


krennao
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That is going to be a huge bill. Its an extreme amount. Stay away from Soda pop. Brush and floss the teeth you want to keep.


lccrosscountry
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Buy yourself a toothbrush and some tooth paste. What have you been doing, for the past three years? That is a lot I have an idea take this question off of here because if I were you I would be embarrassed. But pick me first. I sorry if I sounded mean I just wanted to tell you.


vwgirl18
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Have you EVER brushed/flossed your teeth? I'm not even sure all that is possible.


ajgryffindor
Yeah. Thats a heckuva lot. That many problems in three years doesn't seem normal...

Note to Others Answering: Oi! People! You can have than one cavity on a tooth!


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