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Dr. Dennis Walker

Dentist

Dr. Dennis Walker is a Dentist practicing in Fort Lee, NJ. Dr. Walker specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases and conditions associated with the mouth and overall dental health. Dentists are trained to carry out such treatment as professional cleaning, restorative, prosthodontic, and endodontic procedures, and performing examinations, among many others.
Dr. Dennis Walker
  • Fort Lee, NJ
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Accepting new patients

I am bleeding after 6 hours of my tooth extraction. What should I do?

Hi. Bleeding 6 hours after a procedure is not what we expect or like. Some weeping is ok, but not active bleeding. Have you applied some light pressure with gauze? Have you called READ MORE
Hi. Bleeding 6 hours after a procedure is not what we expect or like. Some weeping is ok, but not active bleeding. Have you applied some light pressure with gauze? Have you called the dentist?

I had my wisdom tooth removed yesterday. When can I start eating solid food again?

Depends on how many and type of extraction, but usually, safe to say 2 days.

What if only one tooth is crooked?

Hi. If your dentist recommends straightening with braces that would imply their are other issues you are not aware of. Age, esthetics all play a role and impossible to guide READ MORE
Hi. If your dentist recommends straightening with braces that would imply their are other issues you are not aware of. Age, esthetics all play a role and impossible to guide you with such little information. But a dentist on clinical exam could. thank you D. Walker

Clicking in my jaw

Yes. When all other therapy modalities have been exhausted. Was an occlusal analysis and adjustment provided? Was a therapeutic guard made? Was botox administered? Surgery is READ MORE
Yes. When all other therapy modalities have been exhausted. Was an occlusal analysis and adjustment provided? Was a therapeutic guard made? Was botox administered? Surgery is the last choice and indicated when there is pain. Dr. Dennis Walker