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Child having high TSH levels, low T4 level, baldness in scalp, dental malocclusion. Requisite treatment?

/dL) with patchy baldness on her scalp, dental malocclusion . she has a family history of hypothyrpoidism. is she ...? if yes then the dental malocclusion related with hashimoto s thyroiditis ...
 

Can i go for braces for malocclusion of teeth?

hello Doctors firstly can i thank you for taking the time to answer my question, secondly, i have a question concerning whether to get braces or any other treatment (except for veneers).i have an overbite, 2 protruding lateral incisors and my...
 

Suggest treatment for malocclusion of teeth in a child

My daughter is 5 years & six months old. Last week we saw a new teeth growing at the back of one of her lower milk teeth. i took her to clinic and they moved it out. but the new one is not at the right place. so waht would u advice me to do to...
 

Is class 3 malocclusion an autosomal recessive trait?

Hello, I have a level 3 malocclusion underbite. Both my parents do not have this trait. My grandpa did, my grandma didn t. Is this a autosomal recessive trait with homozygous alleles? I am hoping so ...
 

Suggest treatment for malocclusion and dislocated jaw joint

Hello, I m a Fetal Alchol Syndrome survivor. I am waiting on my insurance to accept my appointment because my dr and dentist diagnosed me with severe My dentist and Doctor both agree my diagnosis is : Malaclusion and Dislocated Jaw Temembular...
 

Suggest remedy for dental problem

Hi, i had a tooth taken out about a month ago ,the cause started with receeding gums,which caused infection,and became to loose to save, i also have a recceding gum on a front tooth, i had never had ...
 

Suggest remedy for dental problem

concerned that this may cause pain during my flight. I have purchased paracetamol and ibuprofen which my ...
 

Suggest remedy for dental problems

told me I had a secondary bacterial gum infection caused by a viral infection of my throat. He ...
 

Can acid reflux cause dental problems?

an hour apointmentand said i may need to be referred to dental school does this mean my teeth are bad p ...
 

Will removal of dental implants cause any problems?

dental implants out of which 4 were told rejected after 28 days and operated to remove and bone graft done and stitched . should the removed implant is a cause of concern?any tests to be done to see ...
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Can a malocclusion of teeth cause sinus pressure?

can a maloclussion of teeth cause you to have pressure in sinus , or blocked sometimes? this has been going on for three months ever since fillings and two teeth removed. ...
 

Long face syndrome, jaw pain and spasms. Underwent jaw surgery to correct malocclusion. What can be done?

to correct a malocclusion . My official diagnosis was "long face syndrome'. About 6 months after the surgery ... have begun to experience jaw spasms with increasing frequency. What could be the cause of these jaw ...
 

What causes periodic pain in the lower jaw?

I have periodic pain in my left lower jaw. Like a cramp. It is pronounced when I turn certain ways. I have a malocclusion so thought it may be a TMJ issue ( a known risk ) but I don't have "clicking ...
 

Jaw surgery,malocclusion,sleep apnea,throat surgery needed?

About 10 years ago, my orthodontist recommended that I get jaw surgery to take care of my overjet. He warned that if I don't get the jaw surgery, then I would have jaw issues (challenges chewing) later in life. Should I revisit getting the surgery...
 

Does Lexapro cause dental problems?

I am taking lexipro--does it cause dental problems ...
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