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 I am getting 4 teeth out in a few weeks i want to know will it hurt or not?
I am not been put to sleep i am just having anesthetic put in my gum with an injection and i am scared as hell. I am more bothered about the part when they actually pull the tooth out because a lot ...


 How many times a day do you honestly brush your teeth?
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 Are your teeth yellow?
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 What does it mean when my teeth is more yellowish than white? does it mean i have bad teeth?
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 How long will my mouth hurt after i get my braces on?
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 What colors will look cool with braces?

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my breath smells bad even after i brush my teeth for 5 minutes!!!! what do i do?...


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 My friend recently quit smoking, how can she remove nicotine stains from her teeth?
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 Why do people with smelly breath always want to get close to you?
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 The right way to brush your teeth?
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 Do braces hurt getting put on?
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 What kind of tooth paste do you use??
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 I just read in the paper that 12% of Brits don't clean their teeth!!!?
Surely this can't be right!!! I live in Wales in the uk and I clean mine every day. If this figure is right its little wonder you can't get an appointment for a check up! Do you all clean ...



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What can cause a metallic taste in the mouth, can fillings be the cause?
                     





drchumchum
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the common cause are the fillings but also small intestine may the cause


mom_in_love
First of all this has nothing to do with your brushing o not brushing your teeth, although "if" you are not brushing and flossing normally as recommended by your dentist you can be making matters worse. There are many things it can be and they are as followed: It can be filling, do you have your tongue pierced? If yes, it can be that if you don't clean it reguarly, in woman that can be one of the signs of pregnancy, in diabetes patients it can be a sign of high or low sugar levels.
BUT MOST LIKELYTHE PROBLEM IS:
If your fillings are silver. For 98% of the adult population with silver dental fillings end up with the side effect of a metallic taste in their mouth. Reason being is because the silver is not 100% silver, suprisingly to most people who already know this it really only contains 35% silver and it contains mercury, Copper, tin, and other traces of metals. They leach from your fillings. The mercury carries 50% mercury which is a heavy toxic metal. In cases such as yours you will be able to see damage if you look at the gums where your fillings are. Your fillings have probably blackened. If you have a crown over your fillings then you are going to be able to see that your gum tissue has darkened where the fillings and crowns are. The American Dental Association has found out that throughout the decades that the mercury is very poisonous. The reason for all of this is that mercury causes corrosion, your teeth can fall out, and will then require replacement. SORRY TO SAY BUT YOU ARE PROBABLY POLLUTED WITH MERCURY MY FRIEND! In these cases where the metal ends up being very toxic metal, it stresses your health. Sometimes only for some amount of time, and sometimes when the case is severe, it can be permanant. Detoxifying and eliminating dental mercury consumes Glutathione along with other nutritional resources that your body requires to function your immune system, energy metabolism and resist the aging proccess. The body also stores mercury in the tissues of the brain as well as other vital organs. Noone knows for sure how the toxic metal can contribute to alzheimers and other degenerative conditions. The most damaging is the devestating effect dental mercury has on specific human blood cells. Dental mercury (silve) can cause major and very serious to those who have thes fillings or crowns. The best thing to do in order to live your liife safely and healthy would be to get it removed. Then once it is determined that mercury form body tissues and vital organs which is done slowly. The treatment is the body would begin its own detoxification proccess. Definately see your dentist, also there are products that are sold to help the detoxification proccess and one is DEFENSE, REPLENISH, AND GLUTHIONE PRECURSER PRODUCTS.
Visit this sight and you can visualize what to look for and will be able to give you much more information than I myself can give you.
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ebaijunky06
some medications can cause it


mad4kitty
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I had this a few years ago, and it turned out that my filling needed replacing, now have white one's and haven't had any problems since. Could be something else, best bet is to go to your dentist and get your teeth checked out first.


?
usually blood.it tastes of Copper.see a dentist


JT
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Hey,

I think it is the silver fillings. When everever I eat warm boiled eggs, I get a metal taste in my mouth around my fillings but only from the egg white part ,not the yoke.


shevlad2004
A metal taste, can be a sign of infection in your teeth, something like gingavitis. Do you have metal fillings in your teeth? I could also be from those fillings getting old. I would go see a dentist if I were you.


fozzy bear
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Princess
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I agree with your gim sbleeding, Do you wake up with the metal taste in your mouth and after brushing your teeth? In any case go back to DDS and tell them they will tell you on either one.


swot
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if it tastes like Copper, you could be developing schizophrenia.

otherwise, you might just have a migraine. go and lie down in a darkened room.


Fleur de Lis
It could be from any medications you are taking, blood from your gums,


blkwdw86
No, your gums are bleeding. Buy a toothbrush, they're not expensive.


lilia_164
I know there is an antibiotic that is prescribed for h. pylori (the bacteria that causes stomach ulcers) that can cause a metallic taste in the mouth; like you are gargling with pennies or something. But yes, fillings, especially new ones, can cause a metallic taste, but it usually goes away after a month or so.


why?
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if you taste metal in your mouth, then you should see a welder.


Cecil
going down on robots will do that.


GANTZ
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too much iron in your blood


motohype
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MAybe, but sometimes it is because of chemical imbalance in the brain. Get tested.


Lyns
fillings can be the cause, but i used to have a metalic taste in my mouth when i was pregnant. (Hope i dont worry you) GOODLUCK


Sam
It can come from fillings or medications. I've also heard people tell me they had a metallic taste and it turned out to just be anew cavity.


mrsmoopydo
I agree with Lyns. When I was pregnant, I had a metallic taste in my mouth.


Dragonfly
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A metallic taste in the mouth is a fairly common problem — and usually not serious. Although you don't have actual taste buds that detect metals, the perception of the taste is described as "metallic."

A metallic taste can be due to many factors. But the most common causes of a metallic taste are:

Medications such as some antibiotics, prenatal vitamins and antidepressants, as well as drugs used to treat high blood pressure, rheumatoid arthritis and kidney stones
Oral problems, including oral infections such as gingivitis or periodontitis, tooth infections, and poor oral hygiene
Sometimes the cause of a metallic taste can't be determined. In many cases, the problem goes away on its own after several months or longer. Proper oral hygiene can help, including regularly brushing your teeth and brushing and scraping your tongue. Done properly, dental restorations — such as fillings and inlays — are rarely the cause a metallic taste.


hushnowjustplayit
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Bleeding can be from the gums, sinuses or nose can cause a metallic taste and you will usually have bad breath as well.

Meds like Thyroid medicine, penicillin, and Lithium can give a metallic taste.

High protein diets can cause benign dietary ketosis. This has also been associated with a metal taste.

Chemo, radiation therapy or cancer can cause a metallic taste. It has also been associated with b-12 deficiency, Zinc deficiency, Bell's palsy,


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