You been eating pudding, since september ???johnnie59 said:I had everything that was left yanked back in September and still have not gotten the permanent replacements.
Its terrible to get old... after all these years to end up wearing falsies and I aint even a woman!
if they're coming thru on an angle, ya, they need to get yanked, other wise, you'll be in pain when they start shifting your other teeth.Mediamonkey11 said:Ugh. Do wisdom teeth have to come out? I still have mine and I can feel them coming through actually, with no pain whatsoever!
No, had temps, but could not eat a good steak cause the temps could not chew the meat. Its been hamburgers, hot dogs, fish, soup and sandwiches. Nothing that required any real biting or chewing... Supposed to have the perms in another week. Maybe I can enjoy a good meal again....Selador AKA Tat said:You been eating pudding, since september ???
there is a dentist who was on the news that would use hypnosis to make the brain think that what was being felt as "good" and not pain, and he'd do root canals without any drugs what so ever.justwork said:I had 1 filling, and all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled in one sitting... awake. I worked 36 hours later too, with no bruises and very little swelling. Coworkers couldn't even tell. It pays to have a good dentist.
Aren't you a pilot? :shock:justwork said:I had 1 filling, and all 4 of my wisdom teeth pulled in one sitting... awake. I worked 36 hours later too, with no bruises and very little swelling. Coworkers couldn't even tell. It pays to have a good dentist.
On the inverse of that, one can cause problems from brushing. I know a gal that brushed 3-4 times a day, but because she pushed too hard she actually had gum erosion, and ended up causing damage to the base of her teeth and had to have almost all of them pulled. This is the reason I use a soft brush and brush lightly.johnnie59 said:Not to hijack the thread, but...
A word to anyone who has teeth and diabetes.... Diabetes effects the circulatory system and can cause gum disease. Gum disease can cause tooth loss. The gums shrink and the teeth simply fall out one by one until there aren't any left. That is pretty much what happened to mine. Over the years I'd lost all but 10 (5 uppers and 5 lowers) despite daily brushing and flossing.