How can you 'regrow' the root nerve and pulp of a tooth after a reckless dentist has removed them in preparation for an unnecessary root canal?
The nerve can not regenerate in a tooth, instead what is left of it will eventually die. You would be better off having the root canal treatment completed and if it is a back tooth you NEED a crown on the tooth to prevent breaking the tooth in the future. The tissue inside a tooth cannot be regrown after root canal therapy. But you can keep your tooth all your life if the root canal is well done and well restaured, and if you brush your teeth well.
In the future, they may be able to harvest your own stem cells and implant the cells into your jawbone. This would heal or possibly regrow dead or missing teeth.
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Some stitches are resolvable , it's just depended on what kind the dentist use. Also if the dentist use the other kind , yes you have to get them removed Read More
go to the dentist and get it pulled out and removed Read More
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why hydrogen of COOH group is removed in the preparation of methyl salicylate from salicylic acid in the presence of sulphuric acid Read More
Dental plaque can be removed by scaling. This can be done by your dentist Read More
I went to the dentist and he removed the plaque from my teeth Read More
Yes if during removal of a tooth or teeth part of the bone has to be removed, the Dentist can prescribe steroids to help the socket and bone to heal. Read More
Yes but i would check with my dentist Read More
listen, someone going to stop this. who ever removed the video is the reckless remover. i suggest that tell the company to put it back where it belongs. thank you. Read More
You cannot reverse a cavity. You would need to have it removed by a dentist. Read More
Anytime you want, unless you dentist advises otherwise. Read More
Yes, that is a potential complication of having a tooth removed. Read More
Dental spacers can be removed once the teeth for which the dental spacers were placed have sufficiently erupted into the spaces provided by the spacers. Your dentist or orthodontist can tell you if this has occurred. Read More
no it can be removed just with a scraper. see your dentist/hygienist for further information Read More
to get a tooth extracted with minimal pain you need to go to your dentist and get it removed surgically Read More
Because of the novacaine the dentist uses. It will still last for a while afterwards. Read More
Once all unnecessary expenses have been removed from your budget what can you do if your expenses still exceed your income?
Work overtime or get another job. Read More
unnecessary factors can be removed as petals fall off, and new amendments can be added as new petals grow. Read More
Does the gauze inserted in dry sockets go on its own or does it have to be removed by the dentist when the healing process is complete?
The gauze will fall out by itself Read More
you have a dry socket and need to go back to the dentist and get it drilled out Read More
its quite simple... you go to a dentist and get your teeth pulled and be even more braty to everyone else Read More
Every dentist is different. You can call them up and they will be glad to give you and estimate. Read More
That is a sign of an infection under the implant. You need to see your dentist immediately to get antibotics and have that implant removed. Read More
One should make an effort to visit the dentist every six months for a regular check up. One can phone up their local surgery to make a dentist appointment. If one chooses to only visiting a Dentist when one gets toothache then instead of needing a small filling, one might need a tooth removed. Read More
Well if you have reaccuring pain in the back of your mouth and you don't know why, then you should go to your dentist and have him take xrays of your mouth and he will tell you if they are ready to come out or not. And if you are not sure, you can just ask your dentist at your regular appointment. Read More
A dentist will usually prescribe you antibiotics (to help reduce the infection). Then you may need the tooth removed. Which does cure the abscess. Read More
can i take paracetamol while on fluroxetine as i have had two teeth removed and i am know getting the pain from it and dint get no tablets from the dentist Read More
If a dentist recommends that you remove your second molar tooth instead of your wisdom tooth is that a bad choice if the second molar is in very bad condition?
I'd follow the advice of the dentist, since the wisdom tooth can move forward after the second molar is removed. Read More
He is sent to the dentist but tells him that he is ill, for the first two visits, so that he does not have his gold crown removed. The dentist is later arrested and he keeps his crown until it is later confiscated for nothing in return. Read More
I had a wisdom tooth removed a couple of days ago and it did not hurt at all during the procedure. The dentist gave me a general anaesthetic and once it was numb all I could feel was the dentist pullling the tooth out which was uncomfortable, but not painful. Read More
You can go to the dentist and get your baby tooth/root removed. I had to get eight of mine removed last year. It's a quick and painless procedure, from my own experience. Read More
When asked the dentist as informed me the severe pain l am in after my tooth was removed five weeks ago is caused through the injection l had the sight of extraction as healed now.?
Ask your dentist if he has heard of a "dry socket." That's why you have pain. Your gum healed and trapped a bit of air in the hole where your tooth used to be. Maybe you should see another dentist. Read More
After having six teeth removed and attempting to sleep 4 of your 6 sutures have come loose and are stabbing your gum should you go to the dentist?
YES. Read More
It will help remove infections but will not cure the cavity itself. You'll need see the dentist to have the decay removed and filled. Read More
It is only necessary if the teeth are causing you problems or are likely to cause problems in the future. Ask your dentist, and if you are still concerned, get a second opinion from another quality dentist. They will be able to help you make an informed decision whether to remove the teeth or not. Read More
There is no advance preparation necessary for chest x rays. Once the patient arrives at the exam area, a hospital gown will replace all clothing on the upper body and all jewelry must be removed. Read More
In the book "Night" the people with gold teeth and golden crown, they were sent to a dentist and those gold items were removed Read More
nope... but if ya dont get it removed it can cause damage to surrounding teeth. go to the dentist. Read More
If you had an abscessed tooth removed but you still have swelling and pain where the tooth used to be could the infection still be in the jaw or gums?
That depends on how recently you had the tooth removed. If it was a few days ago, some swelling and pain are normal. But if it's been a week or more, that's not good. Yes, the infection could have spread. Call your dentist. It may be as simple as being prescribed antibiotics and/or the dentist may need to see you. ~ T Read More
Should an abscessed tooth be removed or treated if there is no pain but the X-rays show the tooth to be abscessed?
Yes, you should have an abscessed tooth either removed (or a root canal) done. It depends on what the dentist says. First, the dentist will put you on antibiotics to be sure the abscess is cleared up and then do the procedure. Most dentists prefer to save your teeth if at all possible so discuss the root canal as an option. Read More
Alveoloplasty is the remodeling or reshaping of the part of the jaw that holds the teeth. Sometimes when the teeth are removed, there are portions of bone that are sharp and pointy. These need to be removed in order for the denture to fit properly and comfortably. Only the dentist who is performing the surgery can determine if alveoloplasty is necessary when the teeth are removed. Read More
Braces are metal bands/wires that are attached to the teeth and can only be removed by a dentist. A retainer is a small piece that is just one long wire that can be removed during meals, and eventually you just wear your retainers at night. Read More
It's a birthmark. His parents considered having it removed when he was an infant, but decided it was unnecessary. (It does make him look like he had a rough game.) Read More
Surgical excision (means doing a surgery through your mouth). An Oral Surgeon ( a specialized Dentist) will do it under local or general anesthesia . Read More
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. Read More
The dentist removed my tooth effortlessly and painlessly. Painlessly, a child's tooth often falls out on its own. Mom removed the splinter, painlessly, but I still flinched. Read More
No. Removal of teeth by a dentist should not hurt. Your dentist will numb your gums with a topical solution, which is rubbed on the gums with a cotton swab, and then give you injections in the area of the tooth to be removed. This is the same procedure that the dentist uses to numb your gums before filling a cavity. As the anesthetic wears off after the removal, you may feel some discomfort, but… Read More
Dental pellicle can be removed by abrasion involving extensive polishing which can only be performed by a dentist. Dental pellicle is the protein film which forms on the enamel surface. Read More
See your dentist right away. That loose tooth could be harboring an infection if not removed fairly soon. Read More
Your husband had 19 teeth pulled today and had dentures put inBut his mouth is swollan and the bleeding is bad what can you do?
First off, leave the denture in. Do not remove it for at least 24 hours. If you have removed it and can't get it back in, call the dentist and follow his/her instructions. If bleeding continues beyond 24 hours, contact the dentist. Read More