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 Having Wisdom Teeth Removed...
Does it hurt for long afterwards? If so, how long for?
How long does the operation take?...


 Getting a needle in your mouth...plz answer!?
on a scale of 1-10 10 beeing extremely painful and 1 being nothing, how much does it hurt getting a needle in your mouth like for a filling or getting a tooth pulled....


 How to get rid of mouth ulcers or brace sores?
I have brace sores and i wanna know how to get rid of them and general ...


 Theres something in my mouth.... what is it?
hi,
the other night i noticed with my tounge, that i had 2 or 3 little bumps on the inside of my cheek. they dont hurt or anything, they are just there. i put my finger back there and scraped ...


 Any orthodontists here?
i have quite bad overcrowding in the upper jaw, because there is not enough space between the 2nd and 4th teeth (1mm on the left side; none on the right) to let the 3rd come in between. all the ...


 Can a tooth inplant be payed through a payment plan?
I have about 2500 dollars to go towards an implant i need. If that is not enough to pay for the whole procedure, will i be able to pay the rest in installments?...


 Can you FEEL when you have a cavity?
I can't explain the feeling in my tooth... like, I feel like I have a cavity or something....


 What color braces should i get? (no yellow or white please)?

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 Please give me some advice?
i am having oral surgery................. i am getting all of my widsom teeth removed tomrrow and i am really scared........ what exactly is going to happen?...


 Braces? Those who have, had, or are getting them on?
Ok I am getting braces in 5 days and I am soooo excited! I know the basic things like flossing and brushing etc.... I have some questions though
1. Is there a way that I can get less excited ...


 I might have get braces?
I'm really, REALLY really scared of getting braces. I heard it's really painful to get them on, ESPECIALLY getting them tighter. I hear that when you get them tightened, you need at least 2 ...


 Can i make an appt. with my doctor to see a hospital dentist for wisdom teeth?
I have a wisdom tooth that needs to come out, unfortunately for me the needles the dentist give you to numb the area while a tooth extraction is taking place DONT WORK. I have never been in so much ...


 How long should i wait to smoke after a wisdom tooth extraction?
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 Does using an electric toothbrush excuse flossing?
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 I just got a cavity filled. when will the numbness go down?
its been about 2 hours now and part of my lip and the whole right side of my teeth are numb.

when will the numbness go away, and is there a way to get rid of it faster?

please ...


 Braces question? =/?
mmk so, my bottom teeth are really crooked and my mom said i could get braces if i wanted to. but i have some questions [and i'm going to ask my dentist these questions too, but i want to get ...


 My 9 year old brother wont brush his teeth, what should I do?
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 I'm getting 3 wisdom teeth out tomorrow...& i have a few questions that need answering :]?
i'm 16 & im getting my 3 wisdom teeth cut out tomorrow. i've been super nervous for the past week or so. i've never had a surgery before. & im being put under twighlight ...


 Really bad toothache?
so this tooth always hurts on and off i went to my dentish and all he did was put sum medicon on it and told me to take advil.aleve,ect that was last week and it started hurting today i took 2 aleave ...


 How is laughing good for you?
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prettyinpunkk
When will my teeth stop moving?! Braces were off 12 years ago?
I had my braces off when i was 12. I had them on the top and bottom. I wore my retainer for years afterwards like I was supposed to. Finally my mouth grew too big for it. I'm now 24 and my front teeth are still moving a little bit. It is really upsetting because so much money was spent on braces and I did what they told me to do.

I don't want to bother paying to see if it can be fixed because I feel like I'll have to wear a retainer for the rest of my life. When do teeth stop moving???
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No teeth grinding, wisdom teeth were removed, no i'm not imagining things. also i go to the dentist every 6 months. my teeth are very healthy.
                     





♥ Mä®î@nıtã ♥
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Never the teeth always are moving and also you have to check if your third molars are in eruption because maybe thay are moving your other teeth


fifi
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I believe you are imagining things


sanam d
take x-rays from your teeth.I had root resorption when i had braces and my teeth became mobile!!!.because sometimes forces are so heavy for our teeth.


I see you
Do you grind your teeth in your sleep?


Miro
This may be a silly question, but do you still have any wisdom teeth? Mine seemed to stop shifting after I had them out.


Fox
weird, you teeth sould have stoped moving.


Sam
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Go back and ask your dentist or orthodontist if you have a toungue thrust. Or, as someone else suggested your lower teeth may be bumping into the top teeth a bit too hard. This can be adjusted easily.


Jhazzi
Not to alarm you but our teeth are always moving. It's when the bite is not properly aligned that there is a problem.

After orthodontic treatment, if you do not want your teeth to shift out of alignment again (become crowded or spaced) you MUST wear your retainer for life! You need not wear them 24/7 or every day for life but at least a nightly a couple of times each week.

Protect the financial investment of your parents and the time investment you have in your smile. It's time for another retainer. It's far less costly than braces again especially nowadays (compared to 12 years ago.) Do this straightaway so that minimal correction can be made with an aligner-type appliance instead of metal, partial or full braces again.

You may only need a retainer. One should not cost over $200. That beats $5K+ and crooked teeth now that you're an adult!

A bright, shiny, straight-teeth smile is SO "in!" On the contrary, the opposite is so "out!" Even those hideous grills!! *laughing*


ponyup
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your teeth are always moving to adjust to growth and changes in your mouth, did you have a wire placed behind your uppers and lowers> permanently place there?> I know it is costly for ortho TX, go for an assessment, you may qualify for invisalign and your treatment may be short if the movement has been limited.


L!ndsay
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I just had my braces taken off a few months ago, and the orthodontist told me that it would be a good idea to wear my retainers the rest of my life. And he said that, because your jaw continues to grow and change over the years. Maybe you can just get new retainers, and just wear them at night?


Nebula D
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I'm a dentist.

You are absolutely right. You may have to wear a retainer for the rest of your life. That's just the way it is.

One of the first things they teach us in our orthodontics classes in dental school is that there is no guarantee that teeth will not move after treatment, be it one month, one year, or twenty years after the braces are removed.

Our teeth constantly want to shift. Especially our lower teeth. There is a constant pressure for them to shift forward in the arch, i.e. towards the middle of the front of the arch. That causes the overlapping of the lower front teeth you commonly see on older people. This happens in both arches, but is much more pronounced in the lower arch. For some people, the adjacent teeth are well-enough in line that no overlapping occurs, but for most, this isn't the case.

Basically, you should have gone back to your orthodontist and had new retainers made periodically. I seriously doubt that your doctor told you, "Adios, have a good life" without informing you (or your parents) that follow-up appointments might be necessary if the teeth were shifting out of place.

At this point, you have three options: 1. braces again, 2. Invisalign (you're probably a good candidate for it since your teeth have previously been straightened and the movements required to re-align them would be simple ones), or 3. leaving your teeth as-is and having a retainer made in order to prevent further movement. It might also be possible to have a retainer made that can re-align the teeth, but that's something your doctor would know. He/she might have other options.


Rita
Get yourself to a dentist, girl! You never know how important your teeth are until they start falling out. If your teeth are still moving, something not good is going on. And it is better to fork out a little money now as opposed to a lot of money later to save your teeth. Go now!


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