What long term bad effects could you get from pulling a tooth that is in the middle of your jaw?
Any time you have a tooth extracted you need to consider what it will do to the rest of your mouth. In the case of having a tooth pulled in the very back of your mouth, it's not usually a huge problem. However, when you start talking the other 24 teeth in your mouth there is. Any time a tooth is pulled you have to expect that eventually it's "dancing partener" (the tooth directly above or below it that it occludes with while biting) will gradually make it's way out also and fall out. The teeth on either side of an area that has had an extraction will gradually tip into that space and cause not only biting issues, but esthetic ones. Eventually it will become difficult to chew food as effectively as you are used to. I would highly recommend having a root canal done and saving the tooth at all costs (we're talking teeth that are not the furthest molars in your mouth). If you cannot afford a root canal (they range from probably $300-$1000 and insurance usually pays for them around 80%) you can always check to see if you qualify with your local Free Clinic.
If you have a small cavity in a baby tooth that still has roots on it should you fill the cavity or pull the tooth?
The best thing would be to have a filling put in the tooth. But if the tooth is going to fall out soon, the dentist may recommend pulling it instead. Have it looked at by a dentist and then do what you think is best. Whatever you do don't pull it out yourself. See a dentist its not that bad, honestly..lol Fill the Tooth Pulling a baby tooth too early can cause other teeth to…
Are severe headaches high blood pressure body numbness and even seizures side effects of an untreated absessed tooth?
It is obvious by your question that this tooth has been absessed for some time. If you have never had these symptoms before, they could or could not be related this is why you should firstly make an apt. with your doctor. This is not normal. Secondly make an apt. with your dentist and have your tooth treated.
not really dont think about it and it'll be over before you know it no it usually dose not hurt at all if its really, really, really wiggly, but if its only a little wiggly it could hurt a lot and there could be a little blood and your gum might go numb for a few seconds. I would recomend waiting until the tooth is very wiggly to pull it out.
If it is a permanent tooth, it shouldn't be wiggling or aching, so you should see your dentist to see if anything is wrong. Don't try to pull it out. If it is a baby tooth, it is possible that it hurts because it is just beginning to get loose, and that could also be why it is wiggly. However, there could also be something wrong with the tooth, so it is a good idea…
No, you should never pull out a loose tooth. If it's a primary tooth, the permanent tooth coming in behind it will push it out on its own. If it's a permanent tooth, see a dentist immediately, as this is a sign of periodontal disease. The reason why you should never pull out a tooth is that pulling it before it's ready can result in damage to the roots, the socket itself, and/or the nerves.
Extraction of erupted tooth or exposed root . Extraction surgical root. What is the difference between these two phrases?
To pull a tooth out you need to twist and pull if you do that it will only hurt when you are pulling it out after pulled out by hand there might be some blood and if that is not working over a couple of days push it out using your teeth and again there might be a little blood Tip: use a tissue when pulling out by hand because it gives you grip
I have lost many teeth i hope this answer helps. Getting a tooth to come out fast is to pull it. There will probably be alot of blood because your tooth was not ready to come out by the time you pulled it. But if you dont want the pain, or the blood of tooth pulling, just wait till it comes out on its own. Hope this helped!