Dr. Santiago Roldan is a Dentist practicing in Pompano Beach, FL. Dr. Roldan 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.
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If the space of the missing tooth is not too big, braces is a good option to close this space. A bridge between the neighbor teeth is another option An implant sometimes is the most predictable solution. READ MORE
Most of treatment of this kind last around 18 months. Depends on a lot of individual factors that affect the treatment length, as age, frequency of braces adjustments, etc. READ MORE
Not normal. But not terribly bad. In fact, late teeth shedding is related to less cavities once she has he permanent teeth in the mouth. READ MORE
It could be normal due to the treatment. Some medications cause tissue reactions that you don't want. Go back to your doctor if it doesn't improve in five days. ' READ MORE
Is not normal, but is not a disease. Some babies take longer in teething. Check food. Sometimes lack of stimulus of gums, delays teeth eruption. READ MORE
Yes! In between teeth is favorite site to initiate cavities and gingivitis. Floss every night before going to bed. READ MORE
Usually is due to clenching and/or wasting of enamel due to acid environment in your mouth. READ MORE
Most probable cause is lack of appropriate hygiene. Could very well need a dental professional evaluation and treatment of this inflammation. READ MORE
If your blood sugar level is under control, there should be no problem in having a root canal done. Now, if there is an infection involved related to the root canal , your dentist will prescribe antibiotics as to prevent spreading of infection or affecting your glycemia. READ MORE
Yes, too many sweets and cookies. Also sodas and any soft drink or juices that contain sugar. The amount of these foods can be over the limit for your son. Also, many people have "bad quality" or saliva or have inherited "soft" enamel. If not having a perfect cleaning habit, makes it very liable to cavities. READ MORE
The outer cover of your teeth is getting weak and frail. It is not normal, but is not desirable. You may be grinding or clenching your teeth. You may be eating or drinking or an abrasive or acidic food or suffer of esophageal reflux. Make sure that you are not opening or cutting things (that is not food) with your teeth. The Dentist can fabricate a protection that will help. READ MORE
There are several reasons why teeth appear yellower than they should be. Given the information that you are providing me, it seems that you came "programmed" to have yellow teeth. We inherit some traits from our ancestors as we inherit the color of our eyes, skin hair, etc. This doesn't mean that you can't do anything to change the undesired appearance. If you are not aware of any medical condition, you should be fine. Because you may have a local factor that is contributing to the yellow of your teeth I recommend you to visit a dental professional for an opinion and possible treatment if you agree so. READ MORE
A good home remedy is to: 1) Brush your teeth and tongue every three hours. 2) Rinse your mouth with a liquid of baking soda (one tablespoon) diluted in lukewarm water every two hours until symptoms disappear. 3) Alternate these rinses with chamomile tea (not warm) and gargle. READ MORE
For sure, you have a problem "hidden" under your gums or between your teeth. Check for bleeding an bad odor when flossing. Very seldom, but it could be you have an esophageal regurgitation. See your doctor. Make sure you brush your tongue well! READ MORE
Make sure that A1C test is normal (blood sugar level). She may have another systemic condition that allows this problem to recur. Needs to have thorough hygiene, especially before going to bed. Promptly rinse mouth with Chlorhexidine when signs of recurrence appear. READ MORE
Teeth have fissures and grooves where cavities start. To prevent bacteria to get in these "spaces" we seal them. Usually done in new permanent teeth. READ MORE
Absolutely!!! It's a very bad and harmful habit. Could be treated as a vice that needs to end. READ MORE
May have a dry mouth. Not enough saliva or very "thick" saliva. May be lack of water in your body. Drink more water. Try frequent mouth rinses. Brush your tongue. Use a tongue scraper. READ MORE
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