No, that isn't true. Most fillings do need to be replaced eventually, but it depends on a lot of things. Just because you have a filling doesn't mean that tooth will always get decay. I personally have had fillings for over ten years and they are still good fillings and I have never had any problems with those teeth.
I suffered with tooth decay for five years after using steel bite pro my teeth are stronger it was cheaper than going to the dentist cutt.ly/kdNXCMt
The dentist will probably have to slightly enlarge the hole and put in a new filling. During the time since the filling fell out, the food you have eaten will have worn down the sides of the cavity and so the dentist may not be able to make a new filling stay in place without tidying up the cavity.
I had a tooth that had a cavity under a filling that was in the tooth for MANY years. The tooth finally cracked and the back corner fell off. It did not hurt but, I knew it had to be removed. The only thing that hurt was the little pinch from the needle of the novocaine. No worries.
I have a front tooth that came out after 5 years. I have had it cemented again, but in case it comes out I would like to have some cement. It is my front tooth, so it was bad when it came out. Becky whitney
Your dog got his adult/permanent teeth in at about 4 months of age. At 6 years old if he loses a tooth, that is his permanent tooth and nothing is going to regrow. Just make sure that there is no infection where the tooth was lost. Check for redness and swelling. Again there will be no replacement tooth as that was his permanent tooth.
It's possible, but the infection will most likely come back again. There is no telling when, but it will. A week, two years, no way to tell. - You can also see an endodontist for a retreatment where the old filling material is removed and replaced or an Apicoectomy, where a small incision is made on through the gum and bone and the tip of the root is treated and resealed. -RDH
it really depends, on how old you are, when the tooth gets pushes back. If you are a child or adolescent it is likely that the tooth will probably mend iself within a matter of years. However if you are a young adult, or just an adult you could have dental treatment to get it sorted if the dentist thinks it is necessary.
Canned apple pie filling should be good for years.
I am 48 years old and I am now getting my fourth wisdom tooth.
just wait for a few years, my bro had his tooth pulled out at 3 years old and it grew fully at 7 years old. but that only works if the tooth was onefrom the 1st set of teeth you get
the wisdom tooth is the last tooth to erupt which erupts any time around 18 to 24 years of age.
How old are you? If you are young (under 12 or 13 years old) and if you haven't hit the tooth lately, then it's probably a baby tooth. It is rare for a child to have a loose adult tooth. If you are an adult and have a loose tooth, it could be gum disease.
The tooth that is coming in behind the mandibular tooth is not deciduous, it will be a permanent tooth. These permanent mandibular teeth should be coming in anywhere from 6-10 years of age.
The value of a gold tooth even if it is 50 years old depends on the value of gold at the time. This changes often.
It depends on a number of factors. If the baby tooth is infected, it needs to be treated. If the baby tooth is not expected to be lost for several months or years, it needs to be treated. On the other hand, if the baby tooth is close to being exfoliated (naturally lost), then a filling may not be necessary. You need to discuss your options with a qualified dentist. Failure to properly treat baby teeth can lead to severe and expensive problems in the future.
a dental filling is something to fill a hole if u have a rotten tooth what the dentist does is drill something which has cement into a hole it feels like your own teeth you can get 2 kinds of fillings white and gold gold only lasts 4 years but white lasts longer 10 year after 10 year you go back if it starts to crack or if it falls out
No, saber-tooth tigers have been extinct for many thousands of years,.
It probably means you are going to lose that tooth.
Father Arthur Tooth was born on June 17, 1839 and died on March 5, 1931. Father Arthur Tooth would have been 91 years old at the time of death or 176 years old today.
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Yes, a tooth can spontaneously die or become infected at any point in time after trauma, even many years later.
No. The individual components of the atom are also considered matter. As for what the smallest particle is, we have gone past the electron and are now at the level of a quark. In 20 years, the answer may probably change again as we get better and better at seeing deeper into what makes matter.
Yes that's perfectly normal. My last tooth fell out when i was 12-14. Its been 2 years or so. But don't be worried
A fang tooth lives for approximately 15 to 25 years although the oldest fang tooth lived up to 32 but the average is 15-25