If I were you, I'd get a second opinion just to be sure. That is a lot of money. But if you had a root canal, it won't cause you pain until it's very infected down into the bone. On average it should cost you about 100 dollars to have the tooth pulled and about 1500 for the bridge. Most likely if you were told by one it needs to come out, it does, but if you aren't convinced, get a second opinion. There is nothing wrong with that. If it saves you a tooth for a few more years and over a 1000 dollars, it will be worth it.
Yes, with a dental implant. You also have the choice of a bridge (if you knocked out tooth is not a terminal tooth) or a partial.
The baby tooth can stay in your mouth forever, or, if the baby tooth falls, it must be replaced by an implant or a bridge.
With a tooth bridge, that's done by capping the gap with another tooth and a cover for the teeth it's between. We paint it and make it look like a normal tooth.
To stop the top tooth from hyper-erupting, you need to replace the lost lower tooth. This can be accomplished with either a bridge, partial, or implant. Discuss your options with your dentist.
Yes, thousands of people have a tooth pulled every day.
If you act quickly, and if the tooth is intact, you can put back the knowcked out tooth (avulsion). If you can't put it back, the tooth can be replaced by a dental implant preferably, or even by a bridge or a partial.
I did not experience any pain after getting a tooth pulled.
yes you can drink milk after having a tooth pulled
getting your tooth pulled is like being injected with a needle.
Yes, when it first starts. I had a tooth that had no problem, but was getting a bridge made so my dentist wanted to pull a particular tooth (too thin to hold the bridge) and found an abscess under the tooth that was just forming. If he hadn't pulled the tooth I am sure that I would have had to see a dentist in the near future for an abscess. Abscess' don't show up on x-rays.
A baby tooth is a tooth which will be replaced when it has been lost by the child to whom it belongs, and replaced with a permanent, adult tooth.
The tooth would be pulled and you'll need a type of bridge if the tooth missing is near the front. I had one of my upper teeth (next to the eye tooth) taken out and now have a bridge there and you can't tell the difference. It's not cheap!
They can but It is recommended that they do not. The inhaling of the smoke can make an infection in the area where the tooth was pulled out.
the carbonation in the soda causes it to bleed...trust me i just tried it....
it depends on the context, but if it's "i pulled a tooth" then no.
If the whole tooth has been pulled out then no. You will need a bridge to replace the tooth. I just had one done a few months ago and there is nothing to it. The bridge is very short, and I don't even realize I have it in my mouth.
mostly when you have had your tooth extracted the dentist or orthodontist usually put a numbness spay which does not hurt you when your tooth is being pulled out. its nothing dangerous or harmful.
Put it under your pillow for the tooth fairy!
No, sometimes the tooth falls out while you are asleep.
how much would it be to have one tooth replaced on a denture
There is nothing to keep a dentist from giving you your pulled tooth, they are suspose to disinfect them first though.
Every dentist charges different amounts to have a tooth pulled and the location of the dentist will make the cost vary as well. You should expect to spend at least 100 dollars to have 1 tooth pulled.
becuse you pulled it out and it hurts