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FAQ about Dental Health (Videos)

Is there an age limit for orthodontics? Comparison between traditional orthodontics and invisible orthodontics? When is the right time for children to have orthodontics?

People have various questions about orthodontics. In this video, Dr. Raymond Huang from New York BrightRay Dental will explain it to you.

Correction has nothing to do with age. Orthodontics is generally related to the alignment of teeth. Everyone will ask, when can I start to correct? If it is a child, usually wait until the deciduous teeth fall out, and all the permanent teeth can be replaced at around eleven or twelve years old before the orthodontic treatment can begin. If your child is 6-7 years old and finds a tendency to cover the sky, or the front teeth are too buckled, it may not only be a dental problem, but also a dental problem. It is strongly recommended that if this happens to a child, when the child is 7 to 8 years old, when the child needs to be corrected, the specialist should be reminded to consult whether the correction has been started in advance. This is the best time to adjust the groove bone. In another situation, parents should pay attention to that, yes, if there are over-the-sky or too many buck teeth in the family, they should also take the child for orthodontic consultation in advance when the child is 7 to 8 years old. Because these two situations are divergent, we must pay close attention to the golden period of children’s growth and help children grow in the direction we want to solve long-standing problems.

Adult orthodontics has nothing to do with age, but has something to do with the health of the alveolar bone. There are two types of correction: traditional wire correction and invisible correction. Traditional wire correction has advantages in treating some complicated cases. The bad thing is that when you do orthodontics, you have to floss your teeth very clean, which will reduce tooth decay. The wire will pierce the lips, prone to mouth ulcers, and will cause inconvenience. Office workers generally choose to do invisible correction. Invisible correction looks very beautiful, and at the same time, it is more convenient and less painful. From the effect point of view, if the difficulty of orthodontics of your teeth is within the normal range, the effects of wire orthodontics and invisible orthodontics are the same.

When doing invisible correction, what we want to remind patients is that you have to wear it for enough time. Because the braces are movable, you can take them off to eat. You have to wear it back after eating, and it is recommended to wear it for 20 hours a day. The effect of this is the same as that of wire correction, or even better, and the time is faster. Many people choose to do invisible orthodontics because not only their teeth are straightened, but also during the orthodontic process, they can maintain their own teeth, keep them clean and free from cavities. At the same time, it can be used for bleaching through the invisible correction tray. In the end, not only the teeth became straight, but also the teeth became white.

Dr. Raymond Huang explained whether scaling will cause damage to teeth? And how should the middle and advanced periodontal disease be treated?

In this video,  Dr. Raymond Huang from New York BrightRay Dental will explain whether scaling will cause damage to teeth, and how to treat advanced periodontal disease. Scaling does not actually cause tooth damage. But why do some people feel that the gap between the teeth becomes larger after cleaning their teeth? In fact, patients who feel this way have not had their teeth cleaned for a long time. Their calculus has accumulated too much on the surface of the teeth. leading to recession of the gums. But this problem has not been exposed, because the dental calculus is blocked there. When the calculus was washed away after teeth cleaning, suddenly you found that my gums had shrunk. In fact, this is not caused by scaling, but just removing the bad calculus through scaling, exposing you to have this problem. After cleaning the teeth, the doctor can diagnose whether there is periodontal disease, and whether any areas need to be treated in advance. Because dental calculus is a long-term accumulation of bacteria, it can make your gums shrink and your alveolar bone shrink. Even the alveolar bone shrinks to a certain extent, and the teeth start to shake. Your teeth are not absolutely shaken before scaling, but after removing the calculus, the teeth start to loosen. Teeth scaling must be maintained every six months. Because of frequent cleaning and maintenance, serious periodontal disease problems will not occur.

What is root canal treatment? The purpose of root canal treatment? Is it necessary to have nails and crowns after root canal treatment? Will my teeth still be sensitive after root canal treatment?

 Dr. Raymond Huang from New York BrightRay Dental explained the related issues of root crown treatment. The goal of root canal treatment is to keep your tooth. If your tooth is either deeply decayed, there is a crack on the surface, or the root inside is already inflamed. In order not to extract this tooth, if we choose to keep this tooth, we need to do root canal treatment, which is to remove the nerve in the root of the tooth and seal it up. This is done to ensure that the root of this tooth does not become inflamed in the future. If we keep this tooth, we can make another crown on this tooth to keep this tooth.

Some patients said, I had a root canal treatment, and my nerves were convulsed, why are my teeth still sensitive? Or do my teeth still hurt a little when I eat?

Let me explain to you that these are two different issues. In the first case, after root canal treatment, there will be no sensitivity to cold, heat, or acid. If you are sensitive to hot and cold acids, you can go back and have your doctor check to see if the sensitivity is from the front or back teeth of the root canalized tooth. In most cases it is sensitivity caused by the front and rear teeth. In the second situation, after some people have root canal treatment, they will feel a little pain when biting things, brushing their teeth will be a little pain, and it will be a little pain when they touch it. What’s happening here? This is usually not caused by root canal treatment. Usually, you need to adjust the bite of your teeth. At this time, you can go back and ask the root canal doctor to help you look at your occlusion and see if any adjustments are needed. After the adjustment, these symptoms will generally gradually decrease after 3 to 4 weeks, and this problem will not exist in the future.

What is the role of nails and crowns?
Some friends may ask: After root canal treatment, must I have a dental crown? Most of the cases need to be done, there are some special cases do not need to be done. For example, for the lower incisors, many times after root canal treatment, there may not be enough space for a dental screw. In other words, the position of the tooth is very irregular, and there is no way to make a good crown. In this case, a crown can be omitted. But it’s up to your doctor’s advice. You can’t blindly say that I’m done with my nerves. If my tooth doesn’t hurt, I won’t have a dental crown. Because the teeth that have been pulled out of the nerve are generally more brittle, and it is easy to bite off the tooth when it is accidentally bitten. Once the tooth is split, it may need to be extracted in the future and become an implant. Therefore, everyone must pay attention to that after root canal treatment, further follow-up and review are required. If the doctor recommends a crown, please do it within the specified time.

What is periodontal disease? What are the symptoms of periodontitis? How to prevent and treat periodontal disease? What are the dangers if left untreated?

 Dr. Raymond Huang from New York BrightRay Dental explained periodontal disease to everyone.

Periodontal disease is a chronic disease. It is generally asymptomatic until it reaches an advanced stage. Periodontal disease is divided into early, middle and late stages. There are few symptoms in the early and middle stages. You don’t realize until later that my teeth are loose.

How do we treat periodontal disease? The most important cure actually comes from prevention. If we can prevent it in advance, you won’t have to wait for treatment. In the process of prevention, what we need is teeth cleaning and inspection every six months.

If a certain degree of alveolar bone atrophy is found after the X-ray examination, we will start a deep tooth cleaning, and then carry out certain maintenance on the teeth. If it is in the middle stage, it means that your dental calculus not only grows on the gums, but also grows under the gums. The calculus growing under the gums will directly cause your alveolar bone to drop, which will cause your teeth to become slightly loose. At this time, our treatment methods are still relatively conservative. You can use deep tooth cleaning, and then put some medicine on the local area to reduce the growth of bacteria in it, and then control your alveolar bone to not continue to decline, that is to say, to prevent periodontal disease from worsening.

In advanced periodontal disease, the patient’s alveolar bone has decreased by more than 50%. Symptoms are elongated teeth. In fact, it is not that the teeth have grown taller, but that the gums have shrunk and the bones of the teeth have declined. In addition, it is because the teeth start to loosen, or there is a peculiar smell, or the gums start to become red and swollen, and pustules will start to appear from time to time.

Our treatment plan for this serious periodontal disease is usually surgical treatment, and sometimes laser treatment. This is taken according to the recommendations of each different dentist. Generally speaking, the effect we hope to achieve is to open the surgery, see the place of inflammation, go directly to solve that place, and scrape that place clean. Sometimes an additional bone graft is required. After rebuilding the lost bone back, then stitching it back up, and then letting the foundation grow back on its own, your tooth can go back to what it was before, reducing the chance of it becoming loose and less likely to fall out later question.

Now that there is laser treatment for periodontal disease on the market, most of our doctors still prefer to use surgery for direct treatment, because doctors can directly see the problem, so they can directly treat that problem. Laser surgery sometimes has certain limitations. In terms of specific treatment, your doctor will recommend a plan that suits you.

What are full mouth implants? Are all teeth implanted in their original positions? What are the advantages of full mouth implants? Who is suitable for full mouth dental implant?

Today,  Dr. Raymond Huang from BrightRay Dental in New York is here to explain to you what full-mouth implants are. In fact, full-mouth dental implants do not mean that the upper and lower jaws are implanted together, but generally only the upper jaw or the lower jaw. Full-mouth dental implants do not mean that we put in more than a dozen or twenty implants. We don’t need to do so many. In general, for example, after the upper jaw is removed, we only do it selectively. 4 ~6 implants. 2 on one side or 3 on one side of symmetry. The finished full-mouth teeth are fixed on top of the implants.
The process of full-mouth dental implantation is like this: everyone imagines that it is your own teeth, then during the operation, we remove all the bad teeth, and then perform dental implant surgery and bone grafting. We’ll attach pre-made dentures to all of these implants, and you’ll be able to go home.
The feedback from most of our patients is that they are very satisfied with the operation process. Because it’s obvious when it’s done. Because you can’t eat before the surgery, the teeth were loose and movable before, but after the surgery, it will be a brand new set of teeth. The second is that the appearance changes so much that many patients feel that they are ten years younger after seeing it.

Some patients asked us: What kind of person is suitable for full-mouth dental implant? We usually explain to patients that if you have no problem with your physical condition and you are under 80 years old, you can have full-mouth dental implants. Of course, everyone’s situation is different. When we are doing consultation, we will understand the condition of your alveolar bone, and then judge based on CT scan, whether the dental implant can separate the position well, and then design a reasonable plan .
Our request to the patient is: if you are a smoker, we hope that you will quit smoking before this operation, or at least reduce the amount of smoking. Some patients have diabetes, and blood sugar must be controlled, and blood sugar should not be too high.
Some patients may ask: What is the difference between full-mouth dental implants and traditional dental implants? Traditional dental implant is to extract a tooth, support the dental bone, wait 3 to 6 months, and then implant the tooth after it grows. But it’s just a tooth. If you have a lot of teeth that need dental implants, you will have to wait for a long time, and it may take 1 to 2 years for the surgical process and restoration process. And at this time, it becomes very complicated to restore the position of the teeth. The advantage of full-mouth dental implants is that the teeth can be extracted on the same day, the teeth can be implanted on the same day, and the teeth can be done on the same day. How nice is it that you come home with a brand new look? !

 

FAQ about Dental Health (Videos)

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