• When was the last time you got a filling?

    Best answer: I have no tooths
    Best answer: I have no tooths
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is it offensive to ask someone their age?

    My dentist is a female doctor and she asked me my age and I responded 24.She said oh you look like your 18.I thought we needed parent consent for you to get crowns on your teeth.I felt a little disrespected.Would you take that offensively & still let her do the crowns on your teeth?
    My dentist is a female doctor and she asked me my age and I responded 24.She said oh you look like your 18.I thought we needed parent consent for you to get crowns on your teeth.I felt a little disrespected.Would you take that offensively & still let her do the crowns on your teeth?
    6 answers · 6 hours ago
  • My teeth are GREEN - please advise on how I can permanently remove this stain (DENTISTS PLEASE HELP!!!)?

    My teeth are GREEN - please advise on how I can permanently remove this stain (DENTISTS PLEASE HELP!!!)?

    Last year I used Crest teeth whitening strips for a week (which I have been doing since I was in high school) then I wanted them extra white so I used Atlanta Express Whitening Kit. Along with drinking a green superfood smoothie. A few days later my teeth had a green tint to them and I thought it would go away but... show more
    Last year I used Crest teeth whitening strips for a week (which I have been doing since I was in high school) then I wanted them extra white so I used Atlanta Express Whitening Kit. Along with drinking a green superfood smoothie. A few days later my teeth had a green tint to them and I thought it would go away but after months of brushing & flossing it did not. I went to the dentist and it seemed as though he drilled my teeth (it was minor) and the green was removed from my teeth. The next month I whitened my teeth and the stain came back. I got my teeth fixed and I vowed to NEVER whiten my teeth again, but within a few short days the green stain came back. Can you please help me in solving this dilemma. Also, my teeth are showing signs of transparency.
    4 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Do wisdom teeth need to be removed if they do not cause pain?

    I am 17 years old and one of my wisdom teeth (located on the gum of the lower jaw) are starting to erupt. I don't feel any pain at all, but I did notice that the erupting tooth is angled slightly. Should it be removed?
    I am 17 years old and one of my wisdom teeth (located on the gum of the lower jaw) are starting to erupt. I don't feel any pain at all, but I did notice that the erupting tooth is angled slightly. Should it be removed?
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • How to relieve dental anxiety?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Are you brush your teeth everynight?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Gum/tooth still hurting?

    Best answer: I had mine cleaned 2 weeks ago and all areas were sensitive for over a week.
    Teeth object to having their coats removed.
    UK.
    Best answer: I had mine cleaned 2 weeks ago and all areas were sensitive for over a week.
    Teeth object to having their coats removed.
    UK.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should i go to school day after getting braces?

    people say i shouldnt and that i should take the day off because of the pain. does anyone who has/had braces have answers?
    people say i shouldnt and that i should take the day off because of the pain. does anyone who has/had braces have answers?
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • I have a cavity dot on my front tooth?

    Best answer: If it is very superficial it may be polished off. If not it will be cleaned and filled with a matching composite material.
    Best answer: If it is very superficial it may be polished off. If not it will be cleaned and filled with a matching composite material.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it safe to have a regular dentist remove a lower wisdom tooth if there is risk of nerve damage?

    It's 3x as much money to have it done by a specialist. My dentist told me that my case is not outside the ordinary when it comes to wisdom tooth extractions, but that she had to let me know what my risks are. The tooth on my left side is growing more out toward where my cheek is, with the side along the teeth... show more
    It's 3x as much money to have it done by a specialist. My dentist told me that my case is not outside the ordinary when it comes to wisdom tooth extractions, but that she had to let me know what my risks are. The tooth on my left side is growing more out toward where my cheek is, with the side along the teeth in front slightly lower than that back. Do you think this is safe to do with my dentist, or should I pay extra to have it removed by someone with higher qualifications? She also told me that my sinuses are very open and that I have to be careful with healing with the top two teeth. My bottom right tooth has grown sideways into the tooth in front. The side of it is out of the gum.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • I accidentally swallowed a mouth full of mouthwash? What will happen?

    Best answer: probably nothing, i used to do that cause i thought it would clean it better and i never had any nnajor problenns
    Best answer: probably nothing, i used to do that cause i thought it would clean it better and i never had any nnajor problenns
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do parents do with baby teeth?

    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • Dental: Do you really have to use listerine full strength for it to be effective in preventing gingevitis?

    Do you really have to use if for 30 seconds? That stuff burns!
    Do you really have to use if for 30 seconds? That stuff burns!
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Wisdom teeth removed with local vs general anaesthesia ?

    for those who have had it done or know about it what would you recommend ? I have to get all 4 of mine out they are impacted . Can you feel them taking them out, my dentist said general is best for the procedure he will do with my teeth , he explained it to me but i didn't really understand why i have to have... show more
    for those who have had it done or know about it what would you recommend ? I have to get all 4 of mine out they are impacted . Can you feel them taking them out, my dentist said general is best for the procedure he will do with my teeth , he explained it to me but i didn't really understand why i have to have general. what are some peoples experiences with both , also does the procedure hurt ?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • I eat healthy, so why do I get so many cavities?

    Best answer: Your tooth enamel is thin and it did not help you neglecting your teeth during their growing period. You should be brushing with fluoride toothpaste to strengthen them. Some Dentists to line their pockets will fill every tiny hole. A good Dentist will let them go for a while until they really do have a cavity. A... show more
    Best answer: Your tooth enamel is thin and it did not help you neglecting your teeth during their growing period.
    You should be brushing with fluoride toothpaste to strengthen them.
    Some Dentists to line their pockets will fill every tiny hole. A good Dentist will let them go for a while until they really do have a cavity. A black mark on the enamel does not mean you need it filled.
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Are headaches and toothaches related?

    Best answer: Not related as such - you can have a headache with no toothache, and toothache without a headache.

    What you can have though is a stress headache. This causes you to tense your jaw, increasing the pain
    Best answer: Not related as such - you can have a headache with no toothache, and toothache without a headache.

    What you can have though is a stress headache. This causes you to tense your jaw, increasing the pain
    4 answers · 7 days ago