i have an appointment tomorrow and i was wondering if they will be able to give me anything for the pain untill they can actully remove them.the pain is so bad i can not sleep at night what do i tell ...
I I got about 6 spacers on today (I am getting braces on Tuesday) and they hurt worse by the minute. My mouth has never hurt so much in my life. What can I do to make the pain go away (I already took ...
I was just flossing my teeth and the floss tore in between 2 tight teeth. I made a knot in another peice of floss and used that to get it out. After i finished that i tried to pull the new peiced of ...
HELP! My daughter has had burning painful gums for over a year. She now has "wobbly" loose front teeth.?
She is 20 years old and has been to numerous doctors and dentists including oral and gum specialists. She went through many regimens of medications to treat possible causes such as a yeast infection and sinusitis.She has tried numerous rinses and special toothpastes and has had acupuncture specifically to address this problem.
She wears a very expensive prescribed night guard for teeth grinding and has recently noticed excessive drooling while she sleeps besides the loose front teeth and gapping between them. The pain and burning interferes with her eating and concentration for school and work. It has driven her to despair especially since NO professionals have come up with a solution. She has been prescribed anti anxiety medication to help her deal with the psychological trauma this is causing her.
Please we only want to hear from people who will be constructive and not from those who want to criticize or put down. if anyone has any clue beyond what I've mentioned here please respond. You could be the answer we are praying for. Thank you.
has she been checked for peridontal gum disease? thats what is sounds like to me and the anxiety meds could be causing her to have dry mouth
it seems she has periodontitis.
she needs gum surgery and root cleaning of her teeth from a good dentist.
anti-anxiety drugs increase the gum disease so you need a good dentist.
it sounds line to me , that she might have gum Periodontal disease. Some people get this from heredity . There is nothing really they can do after it get really bad , except remove the teeth and put implants . I hope that she finds some one that will be able to give her the answers she need .