"Dental Care" is a fun, tongue-in-cheek song about smiling and going to the dentist.
Hi, I am having this problem right now. I went to my dentist, he put me on antiboitics that are stronger. In my case it is bacteria that went into the facial tissue and sinus. Not fun at all, and I look like a chipmunk. I thought that was normal until I called him. Go see your dentist, or specialist. When I went for a visit today he also opened the tooth and got whatever else was there. He said with the anitboitics it can take a few days to start going down, and a week for the swelling to go down all together.
By going to a dentist.
By going to the dentist for an extraction.
Sterilize mouth with mouthwash very well, cut off with manicure scissors. I really hope the above information is meant as a joke. If the skin tag is on your cheek, it may be from biting your cheek in your sleep. You can get a mouth guard for sleeping and it may go away on its own. Otherwise, see a dentist. He may want to do a biopsy just to be sure. If it causes discomfort or problems when eating the dentist can remove it for you. The mouth can bleep profusely, so you definitely DO NOT want to attempt to remove it yourself. In addition, the mouth is full of nerves and self removal is going to be painful as heck!!
Yes. Dentist offices are not walk in friendly.
going to the dentist
The dentist would inform me that I lost a tooth.
So You're Going to the Dentist - 1952 was released on: USA: 20 September 1952
Because of all the movements going on around in the mouth, the cells on the cheek just fall and all you have to do is to rub on the cheek and you can collect the fallen cells.
A physician is a doctor, so basically you are asking if a dentist is a doctor. There are a few different answers to that. In a way a dentist is a type of doctor (doctor for teeth) but you could also agree that a dentist is a whole other thing. People say "Im going to the dentist" or "Im going to the doctor" so it seems as if they are two different things.
no you can not:o
I loath going to the dentist.
Driving to the dentist made me feel very apprehensive because I'm oblivious of what the dentist is going to do to me.
No, it's fine. If they are going to do anything painful they will numb your mouth.
I went to the dentist and she told me that there was going to be a second one
Well first, figure out what it is that is making you panic. If its just the overall idea of going to the dentist then try talking to your dentist. They may have some ideas for you. Kids usually panic in the dentist because they don't want to be hurt. Keep in mind that you can always ask your dentist for painkiller or numbing medicine. It helps. Before going to the dentist, tell your dentist if you are claustrophobic. They will then know how much you can handle. Dentists are designed to help you. They don't want you to be uncomfortable.
Going to the dentist terrified me until I discovered one with really great pain relief and a great manner too.
you can take ibuprofen or suck on ice to help the swelling.
NO NO AND NO!!!!!!!!!
I'm not quite sure if you mean 'when you are becoming a dentist' or 'when you are going to see the dentist". Either way, it is perfectly alright to be scared. After all, a dentist does have tremendous responsibilities for the health of his/her patients and that responsibility can be a bit daunting! It's also ok to be scared if going to the dentist and in fact, most people are. This fear is normal and can be alleviated by finding a good dentist who is willing to listen to your concerns and who understands your fears.