Yes braces can be done at any age provided your teeth, gums and bone is healthy. teeth should not be shaking, bleeding or recessed gums, or any bone diseses are the only contraindication for braces.
Implant or rct in a particular teeth depends on the extent of damage in the teeth and presence of any infection in the bone. if there is a posibility of saving the teeth by a root canal, then in that case root canal is a better option. an implant can be done later once the tooth is fully broken and the root canal done has also given you 4-5 years of service. in case of fully mutilated teeth , an implant is a better option.
After a root canal the nerves and blood supply of a teeth is removed and the teeth in long run that is 10-15 years becomes fragile. for that a cap/cover over the teeth is recommended to prevent it from fracturing.
Strength of the teeth comes from the underlying bone ans surrounding periodontium, which is nit touched during an rct procedure. the teeth in long run that is 10-15 years becomes fragile. for that a cap/cover over the teeth is recommended to prevent it from fracturing.
Aligners are documented to carry out 90% of the cases that braces can do. aligners are very cases selective and should be done y a specialist who knows which tooth movement is possible with aligners. so choose your clinician wisely.
No getting a professional cleaning done will only increase the strength of your teeth and not weaken them. cleaning will help your gums adapt well to your teeth and hence increase its stability and strength. bget a professional cleaning done in 6-12 months
A laser is just an added adjunct to a root canal. few clinics are equipped with it. it gives better disinfection of the tooth canal. and hence a better final outcome of your root canal.
No a root canal is done under local anesthesia and hence is not painful. although , skill of the dentist to administer the local anesthesia and locating the canals also plays an important role in the pain part. hence choose a specialist endodontist for your procedure and avoid a general dentist.
No a Dental Implant is done under local anesthesia and hence is not painful. although , skill of the dentist to administer the local anesthesia and performing the implant surgery also plays an important role in the pain part. hence choose a specialist for your procedure and avoid a general dentist.
on an average an impant has 10-15 years of life. if maintained well can give you more life.
yes a dental implant can fail. there are lot of factors associated like sterlization, skill of the dentist, bone condition of the patient, presece of any infection. success rate of implant is 95-98%.
usally the pain settles after a root canal treatment. in few cases it has been seen that pain has reoccured after the procedure. in that case kindly visit your dentist and discuss your situation. pain can be due to a high point in cap, any adjucent teeth or in case it is the treated teeht then you might have to get a re- root canal treatment done.
Both braces are equally good in terms of results, working and time factor. the only diference is the looks. metal braces are more visible than ceramic braces
No they are not faster and will give you equal discomfort as the metal ones.
No a teeth removal is done under local anesthesia and hence is not painful. although , skill of the dentist to administer the local anesthesia and performing the surgery also plays an important role in the pain part. hence choose a specialist for your procedure and avoid a general dentist.
yes it is important to get a teeth replaced as it maintains the overall balance of the surrounding teeth. replacement can be avoided usally in cases of 3 rd molar extraction.
Both caps are equally good. zirconia or pure ceramic is usually preferred in front teeth and people allergic to metal. other teeth you can go ahead with metal ceramic cap. ask for cad-cam based caps from your dentist, be it a pure ceramic or a metal ceramic cap.
No the treatment will actually slow down and there is a chance your teeth starts shaking more than normal. a regular visit is in 3-5 weeks.