They could try to put a temporary crown in there also. I know you said a previous temporary crown was giving you some minor discomfort too but it may be worth a try to see if that may remedy it and see if it is this particular crown's fault
Sorry for the late reply. I guess it can vary from doctor to doctor but I usually try to remove as much of the staining as possible during any cleaning, whether its a routine or deep cleaning.
You may want to find another dentist or possibly switch insurances.
It sounds like the crown is giving you the problem, not the tooth itself. So therefore, a root canal may or may not help. Unfortunately if the pain is coming from the tooth, the irritant is still present but the nerve is remove so no pain signal will be sent. But if the pain is coming from the gums, then a root canal will have no effect.
I would try a ne...
Well you should follow up with the health department that you attended to before about your concerns of STDs. They would be better able to diagnose your condition.
As for your mouth though, I'm wondering why if the doctor said they are warts why they aren't being treated? Warts are usually the common term for HPV. You should follow up and get ...
Overbrushing can cause problems also if you're too aggressive with the toothbrush and are using hard bristles and an abrasive toothpaste.
What's your oral hygiene regimen? You may want to try rinsing with a little bit of hydrogen peroxide in that area and see if that helps. Otherwise, I would recommend brushing and flossing the area. If that...
The amoxicillin should start to work after 2-3 days. Judging by the timeline, it should be about now. Any improvement at all?
Are the teeth there or are they starting to erupt? I would imagine her teeth erupted around 8 months old so teething at this age (bottom front teeth) seems really odd to me.
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