Tooth wear and tooth decay are the two biggest health threats in the United States.
But tooth loss isn’t common, and tooth-related injuries are more common than you might think.
And while both types of injury can be prevented with a good preventive strategy, the question of whether or not you need a denture or other dental procedure isn’t a simple one.
While it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what’s causing tooth loss and what’s preventing it, the two are closely related.
Tooth loss is the result of wear and tear on the tooth’s surface, which can be caused by bacteria, viruses, viruses or even just a bad day at work.
It can also be caused when a tooth has too much plaque in it, which causes it to grow and eventually chip.
Tooth loss can be an indicator of tooth wear and decay, too, as the decay process can cause the surface of your tooth to become more fragile and prone to breakage.
However, tooth loss is far less common in people with cavities, as plaque buildup can be blocked by other conditions, like a bad diet.
“I don’t think it’s a big issue that people with dental problems don’t have tooth loss,” said Dr. David Davenport, a preventive dentistry and orthodontics specialist and director of the dental clinic at the University of North Carolina.
“It’s just that it’s not as common.”
A healthy tooth, or a tooth that is just starting to break down.
Image: Flickr/Tobias Schreiber, CC BY 2.0In fact, people with tooth loss are less likely to have dental surgery than people who have dental problems.
That’s because they can get preventive dental care without having a dental problem.
“Most people who are diagnosed with tooth decay have a very mild disease like mild cavities,” said Davengate.
“And for most people, those cavities don’t cause any problems with the rest of their teeth.
So in that sense, it’s really about the rest.”
So if you have a tooth or tooth wear, how do you know if you need to see a dentist?
And while it’s generally a good idea to get a dental appointment if you’re planning to have a root canal, it doesn’t have to be your last appointment.
“A dentist can do a routine checkup and determine if there are any problems that need to be addressed, but it’s more of a preventive checkup to make sure that you don’t get any other complications,” Daveng said.
A dental exam and a preventive dental visit aren’t just for people who suffer from dental problems, but for anyone with a tooth loss.
“It’s really a preventive approach to getting the root of your problem fixed,” said David R. Anderson, a dentist in the Cleveland area and a dentist for the Cleveland Clinic.
“You don’t need to go in and start fixing the root cause of the problem.
It’s more about making sure that it gets fixed properly and then you can get back to working again.”
Dr. Anderson’s dental team includes a team of experts who work to prevent tooth loss from happening in the first place.
“We take preventive measures like regular checkups and check-ups every six months or so,” Anderson said.
“Because we have a team and we have professionals on staff, we take preventive action when we need to.
That means having a dentist, we have dentists that are certified, that are trained, that have been in the dental profession for a certain amount of time, that know what they’re doing.”
To get a preventive dentist appointment, Anderson recommends a dental team member come in on a regular basis.
“Dentists don’t want to be at the dentist for as long as a dental nurse is at the hospital,” Anderson explained.
“So it’s the same thing with a preventive care visit.
If you’re going to have an appointment with a dentist and you have dental disease, you need an appointment to get the root and to get it properly fixed.”
While most preventive dentists recommend visiting the dentist before you have the cavities removed, it can help to see the dentist if you know you have any cavities at all.
And when you have cavities in your mouth, it is important to visit the dentist immediately.
“That’s when you see a specialist, and they can do things to help your teeth heal,” Anderson noted.
“If you have mild cavity or a very severe cavity, a root can come out of the tooth and the root can become blocked or if there’s a cyst, it becomes inflamed,” Daver said.
You can also get some treatment from a dentist who specializes in root canal procedures.
Davens said that if you see the doctor and have no symptoms of infection, the root is usually benign.
Davengate said if you are seeing a dentist after a root is removed, the dentist will do a root checkup.
“The teeth are