Like one week
It's called 'branchial cleft cysts'. It can be removed surgically.
cavity is the hole in tooth
It depends on the tooth and how it is in your mouth. Some wisdom teeth can be removed without surgery and some need surgery. The hole doesn't really affect needing surgery or not. Wisdom teeth, if bothersome, usually are pulled. Most dentists prefer you see an oral surgeon just in case their should be any problems (generally there isn't.) Just a little info as to why we have to put up with these miserable little additions in our mouth, here is why some people have them: As you know we have changed with evolution, and thousands of years ago we had wider jaws, and needed more teeth. As our faces and bodies slimmed down to suit our generations to come, and unfortunately, for some, we have been blessed with wisdom teeth. They are useless and if they bother you in any way (even very sore gums back in your jaw ... this means the wisdom tooth is not quite coming through) it is best to have them removed. Good luck Marcy
When a tooth is pulled and when you rinse and water comes out of your nose, this is a sign of an oral fistula. An oral fistula is a hole from the extraction site into the sinus cavity. You will need to return to your dentist for treatment.
Technically yes. But it is not just playing with bigger dogs. If the dogs tooth is caught in the toy and the other dogs tugs then the dogs tooth can inevitably be pulled out. When a dogs tooth is pulled out it will bleed and you will most likely need to bring it to the vet in order to have the hole sutured.
"Cary" (one r ) is the real, or, medical, term for a hole in a tooth due to tooth decay. These are commonly referred to as "cavities" however a "cavity" technically can be a hole or depression in anything. A Cary is specifically a hole in a tooth.
During a root canal a person's tooth pulp is removed. The patient will be numbed and/or sedated. Then a hole is made in the back of the tooth and the diseased pulp removed. It is important for the dentist to then measure the canal to make sure it is all thoroughly cleaned.
Eroding away of tooth enamel
When there is a cavity in a tooth it can look like there is a hole in the tooth. The hole in the tooth may also be discolored, either brown, gray, or black.
Dermal Anchors are done by putting a piece of metal under the skin. It has a hole in it where the part that you will see, a rhinestone or whatever, screws in. The metal is permanent unless you have it surgically removed.
its called a cavity ...
A hole is a cavity, it means that the tooth is rotten or rotted. If you see a hole it is past time to see the dentist. You should also be brushing more often.
A hole or weak spot in the tooth surface caused by decay.
Nope not at all! I had two removed myself! Go to the doctor's if you really think it's that bad.
If you have a hole in the mouth with a white line around where a tooth use to be mean that you have a tooth coming back in. I would go to the doctor and have them check it out.
it is called a cavity
See the dentist.....
i think you are referring to the lingual fossa.
Yes, the stitches would cover the hole where your tooth was extracted. This is to help the gums heal without food getting caught in the hole.
Not pulled apart but RIPPED apart to shred's.