I have this problem too. So, I am waiting on an answer as well. I do not like my smile bc.I tend to show all my gums on the top teeth.I mean you can see fromt the front to both sides of my mouth (gums) that is.Whenever I try to put my teeth together I can feel some pressure. My top teeth appear to sit over my bottom teeth. Will braces help correct these issues? THX Wide Smile:) Hello wondering if, that your gums that stick out more than you teeth are a result from having you wisdom teeth removed? Or that you feel that there is a pressure that is making you gums pop out?
Yes, you can have this surgically rectified by an Orthodontist.
She is as old has her gums and a little older than her teeth.
you can whiten yellow teeth at home by brushing your teeth more than twice a day,and you can direct apply a Hydrogen peroxide mixed with water in to your teeth.Please be careful when applying,this may can cause damage to your gums.
More than likely, it is natural pigmentation (tissue color). Many breeds will will show dark pigment on their gums. Just ask you veterinarian the next time she goes in for a checkup or shots.
i have 2 large front teeth and they are longer and wider than the rest of my teeth and they stick out what can i do that can make my teeth shorter and thiner and make them go in so they dont stick out as much, what can i do?
Trident "good for your teeth" has 30% less calories than the sugar and it does not stick to your teeth. It's the closets i could find to sugar free and non-stick
An oral irrigator is like a power washer for your mouth. It cleans between your teeth and gums 93% better than flossing, and prevents bleeding gums.
Darkening of the gums is a symptom of congestive heart failure, the gums usually turn a dark purple more than "black".
Have it pulled out.
No... lions got more powerful teeth than tigers.. as lion always more powerful than tiger
A dog has more teeth than a cat.
Dogs Have Stronger Teeth Than Cats And Have More Teeth Than Cats. Cats Have Sharper Teeth. But Wild Dogs Such As The African Wild Dog Has More Teeth And Stronger Teeth Than Domestic Dogs. Also Sharper Than Both Domestic Dogs And Cats.
Sore gums are a common symptom of poor oral health. They are very common in adults and teenagers. There are six common causes for sore gums: teething, impacted teeth, an injury, gum disease, cancer, and mouth ulcers. Teething is a painful process where the teeth force their way through the gum surface. This process is necessary, but creates very sore gums. Teething is usually completed in childhood, with the exception of wisdom teeth, which can appear in the teenage years or early twenties. An impacted tooth can also create sore gums. When a tooth is coming through the gums, it can develop at the wrong angle. As a result, the tooth can become stuck or impacted and must be extracted by a dentist. Sore gums can occur if there is any type of impact to the teeth or gums with a hard object, such as furniture or the floor. These types of injuries are quite common in contact sports, such as hockey or football. Mouth guards are designed to absorb the impact and reduce the chance of injury to the teeth and gums. Gum disease or periodontal disease is very common in adults and is the leading cause of sore gums. Gum disease weakens the attachment of the teeth to the gums. It is caused by an infection in the gums due to the presence of tarter on the teeth, at the gum line. This type of infection is called gingivitis, with its most noticeable symptom being sore gums that bleed when the teeth are brushed. Sometimes, there are no symptoms other than sore gums. Untreated gingivitis can progress past the point of sore gums. The gums can swell, bleed, and change color. If gingivitis is not treated, the sufferer runs the risk of having his teeth become loose and fall out. Mouth cancer is very serious and some of the first symptoms are sore gums, bad breath, and teeth that move. Other symptoms include red or white patches in the mouth, bleeding, and trouble swallowing. Mouth cancer is most commonly found among people who smoke cigarettes or chew tobacco, but can develop in other people as well.
Rodent's teeth: they never stop growing and need to be constantly worn down, otherwise they can harm their gums and inner cheek. They have two longer top and bottom teeth, which are sharper than the rest.
yes there are more teeth fossils than skin fossils
No, not at all unless your gums are infected and there not taken care of. That can cause more than just Heart Disease. That can cause Lung Disease and Mouth Cancer aswell.
"Shake a stick at" is an idiom meaning "to form a conception of (as by counting or imagining)". So, "more than you can shake a stick at" means "more than you can count/imagine".
No it doesn't have more teeth.
snail has more teeth than other animals in the world
It depends on the dosage. They are more likely to stick to the teeth than the saliva, which is why large dose trips can last longer than normal ones.
Crocodile teeth protrude out more than alligator teeth.
No. Humans have 16 teeth in the upper jaw and 16 in the lower jaw. In many cases the last one on each side of each jaw doesn't come in until in the 20's or later, which is why they are called wisdom teeth. In some cases they never come through the gums.
Most forms of gum disease involve the infection and erosion of gums. In some cases, it spreads below the gums to infect the bone that supports the teeth. Gum disease is seen in various stages, from a mild condition (Gingivitis) that is easily reversible to severe forms (Periodontitis) that require more comprehensive treatment.Signs of gum disease can be seen in certain regions or across the entire gums. These include:.Red gumsSwollen gumsPainful gumsGums that are receding or pulling away from the teeth, making them appear longer than beforeLoose or shaking teethPus in the gumsBad breath which is persistent.Like most dental diseases, gum disease is a progressive disease. In the initial stages, the infection is limited to the gums. If left untreated, this gradually spreads to the bones supporting teeth and starts eroding them. Eventually, the teeth lose their vital bone support and start shaking. At this stage, one may experience difficulty in performing simple tasks like chewing due to loose teeth, and also suffer from persistent bad breath. Therefore, the earlier the treatment is sought, the lesser the damage done.All gum treatments at Dentzz are performed by certified Periodontists with international training and numerous scientific publications to their name.