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Black spot on incisor

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

Hello, My daughter is 6 years old. She lost her front tooth (central incisor) 6 months back which are replaced by 2 new incisors.The problem is she did not loose the other old incisor. It is still located ...

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Hi, I brush and floss every day. For the past two years, I have noticed a groove in my upper right incisor. It appears to be a light brown / pink color. I m afraid this could be a cavity. It doesn t hurt ...

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Hello Doctor, Today night my lower incisor (left) tooth has become loose due to teeth collision during sleep (I was watching a dream). Now, it is a bit loose, and I'm scared. Please help. ...

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My daughter lost her milk teeth (central incisor) on the upper jaw recently and the permanent tooth ... if this can be corrected by removing the adjacent tooth and providing space for the incisor to come forward ...

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i have a slight swell just behind upper incissors near the root of teeth. it is almost three months. no pain, only irritation. what it can be

Public Forum Discussions

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Hi,i have a 2 yr old boy and his 4 front teeth are black.the pediadent said it is due to decay bcoz my son hates to brush his front teeth.the dentist suggested to have them removed.i am so worried bec ...

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My son is 10 months old. He has his bottom two teeth but now he just got his top left to front tooth. I thought babies are supposed to get their two front teeth before the one next to the front. is my question confusing? I don t know what the...

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I have several white spots on the roof of my mouth which i have noticed in the last couple of days . Specifically on the hard palate behind my central and lateral incisors. I also have a fever and body aches. My ...

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irritated and a large black figure is appearing (in the left maxillary central incisor tooth) within ...Estimated price to get three teeth fixed/repaired, two are maxillary central incisors. The front ...

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I have several white spots on the roof of my mouth . Specifically on the hard palate behind my central and lateral incisors. I also have a white spot on my left tonsil along with two white spots ...

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I am having severe pain in my left lateral incisor. I went to the dentist and there is no apparent reason for the discomfort, no breaks or cracks, no cavities, no obvious swelling. The pain is very ...

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dear sir i had got a very minor accident 4-5 yrs ago. and now i have observed that my lateral inscisor teeth is getting faint...i have consult with the dentist he has apprised me that my tooth has got dead. and there is a treatment for this...

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Hello Doctor. I have got my front two incisor teeth root canal treated and crowned and its been 10 years and there is no problem at all. I want to ask that what is the life expectancy of the incisor ...

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Hi! My 6.5 year old daughter s top incisors are coming out. They have done so normally until now, when they have both completely snapped off from the root, but are hanging from some pink fleshy ...

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Hi I m Having A Sensasion on my lateral incisor and the one next to it like whenever you eat something sweet or something really cold & it s really bothering me . I already brushed my teeth and flossed ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

It needs to be drained. You have to see a dentist for this. He will drain it and give antibiotics. Take pain killer like aceclofenac. Dr. M Gopal

doctor1 MD

Analgesic such as ibuprofen can be taken for swelling and pain reduction. You can consult dentist for same.

doctor1 MD

Hi, There might be minor trauma to the lingual frenulum caused by friction between the tongue and the mandibular incisor teeth. Apply topical anesthetic to relieve symptoms while the lesion heals. Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai