So I thought my wisdom teeth had enough space in my mouth as the top ones appeared to have come in fine, but i think the bottom ones have a problem. Ive had a swollen lymph node for a few months which i thought had started to go down, but around the end of February I started getting this nasty taste in my mouth, which I thought was dehydration until a few days ago i noticed that my bottom widkm teeth felt funny and the swelling in my lymph node had come back up. I never felt any pain from my wisdom teeth, but now having made the connection, it worries me that Ive had a swollen lymph node for so long. I am just waiting until morning to go to the dental office nearby but I'm worried I fucked up big time and have had an abscess or something for months and done nothing, a friend of mine recently ended up needing dentures after his wisdom teeth were left untreated for too long which is definitely not helping with anxiety about this right now.
Hi, I am terrified of the dentist. You would think I wouldn’t be, as I have knocked out both front teeth from an accident, and spent over a year rebuilding my upper front teeth. Early 2019 I decided that I would like to try a new dentist, as I prefer female doctors. I was very disappointed in this dentist, and their ability to help me. She told me that I had 12 cavities total, like 3 on each quarter of my mouth. Learned after the first session of filling that I hit the lottery with my genetic condition, and that local numbing doesn’t work. She at one point told me she legally could not give me any more local, and I ended up being in so much pain that I didn’t go back. Now maybe 2 months ago a filling on the side of my tooth fell out, and I’m pretty sure I’ve been chipping my teeth while grinding at night. I want to see a sedation dentist, but I need sedation if they want to do anything but touch me teeth. How do I communicate this to them when I finally make an appointment??? Please help!
TL;DR: no dentist in a year, need fillings and cleaning, needing to see sedation dentist
Just had a filling done this afternoon. It wasn’t a major filling it was a newer cavity on my top back right molar. Anyway, after the numbness wore off and I went to eat dinner it damn hurt when I went to chew down on my food, I got a sharp kick. I tried a couple more times gently and got the same thing, so I just used some other teeth to chew. There’s no hot or cold sensitivity and I can clench my teeth as hard as I like and I get nothing, so I’m just really confused why it was only biting down on food…. any ideas? I have absolutely no time to go back to the dentist tomorrow and they’re closed weekends so earliest I can even get it checked out is next week :/
I had this temporary crown put in about a week and a half ago. I go next Tuesday for the permanent one. The first few days it was sore then no pain at all. Today I noticed some pain and what looks like bruising on my gums near the crown. Should I contact my dentist sooner or just wait till Tuesday? I figured it would have bruised sooner, so I’m a little worried.
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I recently realized(beginning of the month) that my teeth were staying yellow even though I brush three times a day and I have normal salivation. I searched up pics of enamel erosion and I realized that the back/top of my teeth look exactly like them. They look like a white/transparent ring that surrounds a majority yellow tooth. The front view of my teeth is not yet to the extent but they are extremely yellow from the gum and half way down the tooth. the tip of the tooth is white or transparent. I am currently experiencing zero pain/sensitivity with anything I eat but I’m so shocked and scared. My family cant afford dental insurance but I also dont want yellow teeth/further damaged teeth forever. I know that enamel cant be restored but I need tips and diets/toothpastes ik will prevent/somewhat heal further erosion.
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Good evening everyone!
I have had a temp crown for almost two weeks and it fell off tonight. My dentist is getting the permanent crown later this week to put on. Waiting for it to be made.
My temp crown fell off during dinner right now, I will not be able to see him til Monday.
What can I do in the mean time to make sure I keep the area in good health til Monday?
I am assuming I should avoid sugary foods. Drinking black coffee and having soup be okay? I figured soup might be a good option for it.
Thanks and I hope everyone is having a great weekend so far.