I`m a practicing general dentist for 29 years. Member of ADA,NYSDA,SDDS. In addition I am a fellow of the ICOI.My emphasis is on Implant Dentistry .I would be happy to answer questions regarding implant dentistry as well as general dental questions. Ofcourse within the limitations of no clinical exam and the absence of radiographs .
Private practice for 29 years. Have kept up to date with continuing education throughout that time.
ADA,NYDSA,SDDS,ICOI fellow,Penninsula Hospital Dental Society
NYU College of Dentistry DDS 1984 NYU College of Dentistry Surgical and prosthetic implantology program 1999-2001
Check us out at www.brooklynimplantdentist.com
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I don't usually comment on fees but to me it sounds like the dentist you went to is doing the right thing. Get the deep cleaning to save your teeth and do the restoration as advised. Cheap can be very
Do not put it off. I won't comment on the way someone else chooses to charge patients . There are many technical reasons why a screw would come loose. Bite overload, initial torque tightening . Just get
I don't know what your medical history is but you should definitely NOT CONTINUE TO RINSE. If it is localized to one spot you could try placing gauze I'm the area and leaving it in place for 30 minutes
Tooth should have the root canal therapy completed . It's important to not have it interfering with your bite. Another words when you bite down with nothing in your mouth it should not be hitting first
Looks like it's savable with root canal and maybe crown lengthening procedure. However the cost for the root canal crown lengthening and post and crown may very well exceed that of an lmplant. It's a judgement
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