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Old 07-26-2012, 10:26 PM   #1
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Can I chew on ice without it doing damage to my teeth?
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:33 PM   #2
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I had a professor in dental school who said "if the bourbon didn't get into the ice cube I wouldn't have to chew it." The answer depends. A virgin tooth (one without decay or a restoration (filling) can probably handle an ice cube just fine. A compromised tooth is less able to handle such force. It also depends on your occlusion (how your bite fits together) and other habits (clenching, grinding, etc.). As you get older your teeth, like your bones, loose elasticity and become more susceptible to fracture.
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While on this topic...rufus, how painful is it to remove a tooth that is chipped like half of it off and put in a crown? and on another tooth, i think some of the filling has fallen out and the the tooth is chipped as well...would it be re-filled or just removed as well?

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I had a professor in dental school who said "if the bourbon didn't get into the ice cube I wouldn't have to chew it." The answer depends. A virgin tooth (one without decay or a restoration (filling) can probably handle an ice cube just fine. A compromised tooth is less able to handle such force. It also depends on your occlusion (how your bite fits together) and other habits (clenching, grinding, etc.). As you get older your teeth, like your bones, loose elasticity and become more susceptible to fracture.
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Fucking asshole.

Serious note: You know any dental clinics that allow walk-ins?
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:44 PM   #8
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While on this topic...rufus, how painful is it to remove a tooth that is chipped like half of it off and put in a crown? and on another tooth, i think some of the filling has fallen out and the the tooth is chipped as well...would it be re-filled or just removed as well?



You don't remove a tooth to do a crown, you prepare the existing tooth (shaping and reducing) in order for the crown to be fitted to it (bonded into place). Whether or not a tooth can be repaired with a filling or crown depends on the extent of the damage to the tooth from decay, fracture, or both.
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Fucking asshole.

Serious note: You know any dental clinics that allow walk-ins?

You're in New Mexico? I have no idea.
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Old 07-26-2012, 10:48 PM   #10
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Rufuspaul,

My upper first premolar (bicuspid)tooth broke. It was already chipped after years of decay. Most of it is gone, but I'm not sure if there are pieces inside the gum.

What should I do? I don't have dental insurance by the way.
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Rufuspaul,

My upper first premolar (bicuspid)tooth broke. It was already chipped after years of decay. Most of it is gone, but I'm not sure if there are pieces inside the gum.

What should I do? I don't have dental insurance by the way.

Save up.
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I'm already saving up for school!

There is a large Indian (dot, not feather) population near my office so I get many of them as patients. Many of them freak out if they need expensive work and tell me that they'll wait till they go back to India to get it done because it's so much cheaper there. Some of the crap they come back with is absolutely appalling. Stuff that would make one lose a license (and a lawsuit) in this country. So much for medical tourism. Not for me.
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There is a large Indian (dot, not feather) population near my office so I get many of them as patients. Many of them freak out if they need expensive work and tell me that they'll wait till they go back to India to get it done because it's so much cheaper there. Some of the crap they come back with is absolutely appalling. Stuff that would make one lose a license (and a lawsuit) in this country. So much for medical tourism. Not for me.

So what you're saying is, I can go to India and become a practicing dentist really fast?
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jk, buddy

not really you fvcking f@ggot i actually did report you and link this thread and I HOPE YOU get caught. I hope you and youre family are out on the street after you lose yournedical lisence. You know this is illegal, which makes you a complete dirtbag
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