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Gum infection and localized mouth pain associated with an abscess from an upper front tooth by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 10:06pm The upper right front tooth was mobile and the patient desired to try to save it. One) this tooth has grown down out of the gum and also moved toward the lip making a tooth gap space. Two) this x-ray shows extreme bone loss. The black dotted line shows the location for a feasible root resection if necessary. Root planning was performed af ... Read on »
Sore Gums by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Dec 2008 6:07pm We all know that Muddear doesn't have any teeth, nor does she have dentures. This has never posed a problem with Muddear's eating habits. She eats fried chicken, potato chips, crackers, cookies and everything crunchy in between. However, every now and then, Muddear will refuse to eat a meal (or several meals) because her gums are sore. For the most ... Read on »
Sore Gums by Nikki M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Dec 2008 5:37pm We all know that Muddear doesn't have any teeth, nor does she have dentures. This has never posed a problem with Muddear's eating habits. She eats fried chicken, potato chips, crackers, cookies and everything crunchy in between. However, every now and then, Muddear will refuse to eat a meal (or several meals) because her gums are sore. For the mo ... Read on »
Toothache! (Root Canal, Bladder Cancer) - May, 2008 by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:19am I wonder if, now that I've turned the ripe old age of 49, it should be the case that everything falls apart. I mentioned in my previous posts that I had a lip and gum injury in the right side of my mouth since surgery day (May 21). On the evening of the following Monday (Labor Day) I developed a classic toothache on my lower right side.It felt li ... Read on »
On a side note... Toothache! - May 27 - June 9, 2008 by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:25pm I wonder if, now that I've turned the ripe old age of 49, it should be the case that everything falls apart. I mentioned in my previous posts that I had a lip and gum injury in the right side of my mouth since surgery day (May 21). On the evening of the following Monday (Labor Day) I developed a classic toothache on my lower right side.It felt li ... Read on »
Abscess Tooth! by Kelly Patient Expert Posted Tue 05 Aug 2008 2:15pm On Sunday evening, I noticed that Jenelle had what looked to be an abscess tooth in the back behind her right side molar. She had been quite fussy that evening, but never had a fever oranyswelling on the outside to indicate there was a problem. By chance I was feeling in her mouth because I thought she was choking on some food. I took her to day ... Read on »
Gum Disease (Gingivitis) and Breast Cancer Risk by Robert W. Posted Tue 26 Oct 2010 10:45pm     Weekly Health Update:   Gum Disease (Gingivitis) and Breast Cancer Risk "A critical weekly review of important new research findings for health-conscious readers..."   By, Robert A. Wascher, MD, FACS   Updated:  10/14/2010 The information in this column is intended for informationa ... Read on »
The Relationship Between Gum Health & Systemic Health by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:05pm By Gary M. Verigin, DDS, CTN A research team at a prestigious university hospital was conducting an experiment: how does a bullfrog react to a handclap? They set the frog on a table and clapped their hands. The frog jumped. Then they severed the frog’s right front leg. Again, the handclap; again, the frog jumped. They cut off the left fron ... Read on »
What’s The Connection Between Poor Oral Hygiene And Overall Health by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Mar 2014 11:00am By Clara Carol Regularly brushing your teeth twice, followed by flossing and periodic dental checkups are a great way to ensure healthy gums and teeth. But is this sufficient for a healthier you? In addition to all these dental practices, maintaining a good oral hygiene also plays a vital role on your overall health. Let’s examine below t ... Read on »
Bleeding Gums Make Positive the Relatives is Safe from Bleeding Gums by Merrilee Fullerton Medical Doctor Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 10:05pm Defining gums- Gums consist primarily of light pink flesh & bones, with the main purpose of covering jaw bones. It is also the gums which hold teeth in each respective socket. Now the query is why do gums bleed in the work of teeth brushing? What causes bleeding?- The largest culprit causing gum bleeding is inflammation & infection in the ... Read on »