Pain that pulls down the jaw and neck

8. June 2010  
Filed in Pain and Anaesthesia

Question:

Had pain in a molar in undermunden and it pulled down the jaw, neck and sometimes in the ear. Had it as if some of the glands were raised, but it said my doctor that they were not. The dentist found a crack in the kindtanden and I have changed my sølvfyldning from silver to plastic and now it is soon 4 weeks ago. Aw I still feel it pulls down the jaw and neck. What it be??? Hope on fast reply

Annika

Answer:

Dear Annika,

It suggests that your tooth must rodbehandles.

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Should I not be offered a crown?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Treatment

Question:

Hello
I've got a molar rodbehandlet in nov.2009, and this weekend, ie. 19. feb. 2010 is the tooth broken. I must see if I can get an emergency appointment with the same dentist in the morning, which has made rodbehandlingen. Here comes my question: Since the plastfyldningen in the tooth is quite big, should I then not be offered a crown on the tooth, it can I read that most one recommended? Could the tooth have been saved, for I foresee that it must now be pulled out.

Mvt. Anne P

Answer:

Dear Anne P,

It is difficult to answer specifically on your question. It is not certain that the tooth would survive longer with a crown on. It is always assessed individually for each tooth. After a root canal treatment will the dentist most often have a period of observation on the rodbehandlingen of approx. ½ Years before the crowning of the tooth. So I estimate that your dentist has acted correctly.

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I've got a blodansamling in my cheek?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Mouth

Question:

Hello.
I've got a visdomstand out, have been told that there has been inflammation in it. My cheek is really big, like I have a tennis ball in one side of the mouth, a colleague says that it can be a blodansamling in my genre is that correct? If yes, when will disappear and you can do something even for that, it will disappear faster?

Christina

Answer:

Dear Christina,

It is quite normal to raise up after a visdomstandsfjernelse. If you believe that there is infection, then you should contact your dentist immediately and get some penicillin for it. Typically, you will be uncomfortable with the fever if it is an infection. If it is general swelling, then there must not be anything, but be patient, it will disappear by itself. You can put a cold compress on the first 2 days after the tooth extraction, otherwise the heating cover the following days.

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Dentist Joan Olsen

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To pull two molars. Can I get general anesthesia?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Pain and Anaesthesia

Question:

Hello.
I must have removed the two molars because there are holes in them. I fear it is real. There is well a month for the first out. What opportunities are there for stunning. If it stood to me I should just in general anesthesia and then wake up when they are finished, but it is surely not a possible???

Rasmus

Answer:

Dear Rasmus,

The general anesthesia is possible, but it is not something all dentists can offer. Nationwide, there are some individuals who offer this treatment. It tends not to be something big intervention to get rid of the kindtænderne, and this is of course under local anesthesia, so you do not feel any pain. If you are scared, talk to your dentist about it.

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Have gone with severe pain in the jaw in a year

8. June 2010  
Filed in Jaws and Joints

Question:

Loved Ones Dentistry.dk

I have for a year now, passed with great pain in my left jaw. I had a visdomstand, was moved out of the left overmund because I thought it was the, it was wrong with. But it's like the hole that was supposed to be after the tooth had been moved out, still is swollen and it hurts when I touch it. It is very heavy and deep pain in the left cheek. When it is on, I notice that my left nostril, as a rule, a stop and they pull down my throat and up in my temples and the left eye.
Is there anything I can do on your own. Are students so it would be too expensive for me to go to a dentist!

Mvt.

Martin!

Answer:

Dear Martin,

It sounds extremely uncomfortable. You can seek out dentistry in Copenhagen or in Aarhus. Now I do not know which of them is nearest to you, but that you can be examined for free. You pay of course with your time. But I think you should get it examined as soon as possible.

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Got suddenly, the space between the front teeth

8. June 2010  
Filed in Teeth

Question:

Hello,

I am a boy of 20 years. I have always had reasonably nice teeth, and they have always been close to each other. But here the other da I noticed that have a little space between my two front teeth, they are sitting close enough up against the gums, but from the middle down to the tip is that got a small space. It is not a very large space, but when I look closely in the mirror sp, you can see it.
I would like to hear what has got to happen, and what I possibly. can do about it?
I don't know if it has any influence, but I think I'm brushing your teeth pretty hard, which I pt. is stopped after I've seen the space. Also drink I don't game much soda and juice, only a few times per week.

Thank you in advance,
Kasper N

Answer:

Dear Kasper N,

It is a little difficult to answer. I think you should go to your dentist and get him/her to look at it, possibly. take an x-ray image to see if there is something in the bone that can push to the teeth.

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Can fluorbehandling give dangerous side effects?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Teeth

Question:

Is flourbehandling necessary ?
Can vædsken give dangerous side effects ?

Anonymous

Answer:

Dear user,

To use fluorbehandling to different kinds of treatments. It is always an evaluative case when it is necessary or not. There is not dangerous side effects of a fluorbehandling. If you swallow a lot of fluoride, it can cause stomach upset, but it is no problem at the dentist. If you are pregnant, but not have too high fluorkoncentrationer as it can go out of the fetal teeth.

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Where can I buy the flamingo teeth?

8. June 2010  
Filed in Other questions

Question:

For some years ago I was working in the municipal dental care as a dental hygienist. I used the flamingo teeth and small drills to gipstaender as a part of the teaching materials for the smaller classes. I am now settled in London and would like to know where I can purchase flamingo teeth and boremaskinerne. In advance, thank you for hjaelpen.

Mvh
Jane

Answer:

Dear Jane,

I don't know. You should probably consider contacting your former employer about this.

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Dentist Joan Olsen

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Goes and bites the expediency and pushes the tongue against the teeth

8. June 2010  
Filed in Teeth

Question:

have always had space between the front teeth, for about 4 years ago I had filled it out with plastic. without problems. so about a year ago broke it and it was orderly. but since then I have had a tendesn I have not had before, with all the time to go and bite the expediency and pushing the tongue against the teeth. what caused it? is it something I need to do something about, do not have a headache may I add.

Michelle

Answer:

Dear Michelle,

You've acquired a habit. I think that you need to consult the dentist and get checked to see if there is an edge that bothers and gives rise to the uvanen.

Hope you can use my answer.

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Dentist Joan Olsen

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