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I have bad breath, what could be the reason?

Do you always need to clean it after cleaning it once?

If the bacterial plaque is not cleaned well by the patient, it may be necessary to have it cleaned again, as it will turn into tartar.

Why does sensitivity occur in teeth?

Normally, the enamel layer protects the teeth from external effects such as hot, cold, sour and sweet. If enamel is lost due to erosion, abrasion or caries, the sensitive dentin layer, which is the inner layer, is exposed. Dentin has nerve endings that transmit stimuli and therefore sensitivity is felt.

Will it go away if I change my toothpaste or use mouthwash for bleeding on my gums?

After the treatment to be applied by the dentist according to the severity of the gingivitis, you can use paste and mouthwash in line with the recommendation of your doctor. However, these products alone do not prevent bleeding gums.

Will flossing hurt my teeth?

As long as the tooth is used correctly, it provides benefits, not harm.

Is orthodontic treatment painful?

In general, it is not painful, but in the sessions in which the wires are activated, there may be slight pain in some cases.

How long does root canal treatment take?

Root canal treatment is completed in 1 or 2 sessions to a great extent. If there is only an acute infection (abscess) in the tooth, systemic symptoms such as fever and weakness, disinfectant drugs may need to be placed in the root canals for a longer period of time. In such cases, it ends in 3-4 sessions.

I brush my teeth regularly, will I still have tartar?

If the teeth are brushed regularly and with the right technique, and dental floss and an interface brush are used, the formation of tartar can be prevented.

Should every 20 year old tooth be pulled out?

Whether a buried wisdom female will cause problems or not is unpredictable. However, when the problem occurs, the treatment may be more painful and more complicated than the problem-free teeth. The most common diseases caused by the infection of the impacted wisdom tooth are pain, swelling in the jaw corner, limitation of the mouth opening and difficulty swallowing.

What to do in case of failure of root canal treatment?

Mostly, the root canal treatment is renewed and the solution is reached by removing the error, if any. The old canal filling is removed, the canal of the tooth is reshaped, cleaned, sprayed and refilled. If there is no result with this procedure, a surgical intervention called ‘root tip resection’ is applied. During this process, the root of the tooth is reached; this area and its surroundings are surgically cleaned and closed. In multi-rooted teeth, the infected root is removed. If a solution cannot be reached with surgical intervention; extraction of that tooth may be considered appropriate.

When can I brush my teeth after implantation?

On the day of the surgical operation, the teeth should be brushed by paying attention to the stitched areas.

My gums bleed when I brush my teeth? Does this matter?

Gingival bleeding is the most important indicator of gingivitis. A dentist should definitely be consulted.

Will tartar cleaning damage my teeth?

Tartar cleaning is very necessary for oral health. Failure to clean the stones will damage the teeth and gums.

My tooth with root canal treatment hurts, what should I do?

If your tooth with root canal treatment hurts, you should first see your dentist. Because sometimes one of the teeth on the same side of the tooth next to the root canal treatment or on the opposite jaw may be painful. If your dentist determines the source of pain as your tooth with root canal treatment in the examination, he will choose and apply the appropriate treatment method from root canal treatment to tooth extraction. During the period until you go to your dentist, you should not eat hard foods with the side of your aching tooth, and you should ...

My teeth are breaking, what should I do?

The causes of fractures in the teeth due to structural defects in the enamel of the teeth, developmental disorders, parafunctional habits such as clenching, grinding and biting nails should be determined and treated. Various methods can be applied depending on the extent of material loss.

There is melting in my jawbone, can my teeth be intervened?

Yes, it can. Melting in the jawbone does not prevent the treatment of teeth. Sometimes, it is necessary to treat the teeth for the treatment of the melting of the jawbone. But for the melting of the jawbone, a gum disease specialist should see you.

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