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I go to an nhs dentist, but choose to pay for a white filling when my old filling came out. This was 2 months ago and I am finding that the tooth no longer concerts to the tooth next to it so I am constantly getting food caught in it and my gum has become soar though that may be from the flossing My question is even though it was private treatment will the charge me if they need to do any more work on the tooth as it has only ...
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Hello! I have got my tooth 36 composite filling replaced for the third time yesterday, with in a year! During first filling it was diagnosed that it had recurrent caries. Because it was causing a lot of pain on biting hard or crunchy food. Same problem persisted with the second filling too! Some times I feel mild pulsation in it. Went to dentist to get it checked for high spots but no use. I got my 36 filling restored again wi...
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7 years ago the side wall of a previousy filled tooth broke away. At the time I was pregnant and told that the original filling was metal and wait until you've had the baby. I did and went back several months later, I was measured for a gold onlay. 2 days later some more of the side wall came away, so I went back to the dentist. I was told I could not be re-measured as the gold onlay was now ready to be fitted so I would have ...
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Hello, I hope you can give me a little advice. I saw my dentist on Wednesday for a check up, she found a very small cavity on the inside of one of my molar teeth. She drilled and filled it with amalgam (dark) as she said I would have to pay for white as I am exempt at present due to maternity. As it was small and inside my mouth I did not see a problem. It fell out that night then she replaced it on Friday afternoon after dril...
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Hello, while on holidays abroad, I had to visit a dentist, and he said the quality of my fillings was very low. He strongly recommended to replace them all as soon as possible. I've been having problems with my fillings for a while: almost every time I visit local (London) dentist practise, they says there is some problem with my fillings (they have made most of them). I'm now pretty confused what to do. Thanks
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when having root canal treatment my face neck eye and gums all numbed up but could feel drilling as if nothing had been done. is there an explanation for this as i feel too nervous to go back to try again .
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What would happen if you left an old amalgam filling underneath a new composite filling?
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What is the technical word for the "the bite surface of the tooth?"
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I am 57 years old. I had gum disease for years and my gums are eroded with a lot of root exposure.However they are comfortable and stable and I'm not much interested in work which is only cosmetic. My NHS dentist is sadly no more.The new one wants to do buccal fillings. Are these at all necessary and why?
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Hi,I have a hole on the front of my tooth its not big would I need to have just a filling done.