Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain? 
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 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?

My Dad (about a year ago) had a bad tooth pulled and then had a 3 tooth bridge
temporarily cemented in.  The two teeth that held the bridge were cut down and
he believes that one of these shaved- down tooth is not right 'cause he feels
pain if
something cold hits it.  His dentist wants to glue the bridge in permanently
and thinks that this will eliminate the pain he feels when eating ice cream.
But my Dad (a senior citizen) thinks it's like sweeping the dust under the rug.

Who's (do you think is) right ?



Fri, 02 Apr 2004 02:12:58 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
If the sensation for cold been there all along, have the bridge permently cemented.

Is it a new kind of "pain" then there might be need for a rootcanal.

Why one year with a temporary "cemented" bridge?

Hans Lennros DDS
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Thinkfour

Quote:
> My Dad (about a year ago) had a bad tooth pulled and then had a 3 tooth bridge
> temporarily cemented in.  The two teeth that held the bridge were cut down and
> he believes that one of these shaved- down tooth is not right 'cause he feels
> pain if
> something cold hits it.  His dentist wants to glue the bridge in permanently
> and thinks that this will eliminate the pain he feels when eating ice cream.
> But my Dad (a senior citizen) thinks it's like sweeping the dust under the rug.

> Who's (do you think is) right ?



Fri, 02 Apr 2004 11:51:55 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
If final cementing the "bridge" will solve his problem, so would freshly
cementing it with temporary cement.  So,,,,,, have the bridge removed and
recemented with temporary cement.  If symptoms go away in a few days, have
it final cemented, if not, the tooth needs to be re-evaluated.

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Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
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This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> If the sensation for cold been there all along, have the bridge permently
cemented.

> Is it a new kind of "pain" then there might be need for a rootcanal.

> Why one year with a temporary "cemented" bridge?

> Hans Lennros DDS
> ==========================================================

> Thinkfour
> > My Dad (about a year ago) had a bad tooth pulled and then had a 3 tooth
bridge
> > temporarily cemented in.  The two teeth that held the bridge were cut
down and
> > he believes that one of these shaved- down tooth is not right 'cause he
feels
> > pain if
> > something cold hits it.  His dentist wants to glue the bridge in
permanently
> > and thinks that this will eliminate the pain he feels when eating ice
cream.
> > But my Dad (a senior citizen) thinks it's like sweeping the dust under
the rug.

> > Who's (do you think is) right ?



Fri, 02 Apr 2004 21:57:01 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
*Many* temporary restorations (not mine of course <G>), do not cover all
of the prepared tooth structure and may have areas of exposed dentin
that the permanent restoration should cover.  In cases like this, the
perm. cementation fixes the problem.

Depends upon the reason for the cold sensitivity.

JMHO,
SWF DDS

Quote:

> If final cementing the "bridge" will solve his problem, so would freshly
> cementing it with temporary cement.  So,,,,,, have the bridge removed and
> recemented with temporary cement.  If symptoms go away in a few days, have
> it final cemented, if not, the tooth needs to be re-evaluated.

> --
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.
> This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
> Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
> the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
> in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
> your health.
> ......................



Sat, 03 Apr 2004 20:33:21 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
Steve,

Did I mis-read??????  I thought the patient was wearing the final
restoration with temporary cement.  Yes,,,, for temporary (provisional)
restorations, you are absolutely right.

I love my Flow-Temp for trial cementing FPD's.

With the Cerec machine, I seldom make single unit temporaries any more.
Just for the anterior teeth.  You don't realize how much more of your crown
and bridge work is on posterior teeth than anteriors until you change how
you perform your posterior crowns.  I probably do ten times more posterior
C&B than I do anterior.  It feels strange to take out the Express impression
material and Pro-Temp temporary acrylic now.

Steve

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Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> *Many* temporary restorations (not mine of course <G>), do not cover all
> of the prepared tooth structure and may have areas of exposed dentin
> that the permanent restoration should cover.  In cases like this, the
> perm. cementation fixes the problem.

> Depends upon the reason for the cold sensitivity.

> JMHO,
> SWF DDS


> > If final cementing the "bridge" will solve his problem, so would freshly
> > cementing it with temporary cement.  So,,,,,, have the bridge removed
and
> > recemented with temporary cement.  If symptoms go away in a few days,
have
> > it final cemented, if not, the tooth needs to be re-evaluated.

> > --
> > =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> > Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

> > This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes
only.
> > Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting
on
> > the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined
you
> > in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will
effect
> > your health.
> > ......................



Sat, 03 Apr 2004 21:10:45 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
It is entirely possible that I did not have the details correct.

My appologies,
SWF DDS

Quote:

> Did I mis-read??????  I thought the patient was wearing the final
> restoration with temporary cement.  Yes,,,, for temporary (provisional)
> restorations, you are absolutely right.

> Steve



Sun, 04 Apr 2004 11:37:10 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
Oh no Steve,,,,, I want to apologize.

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Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> It is entirely possible that I did not have the details correct.

> My appologies,
> SWF DDS

> > Did I mis-read??????  I thought the patient was wearing the final
> > restoration with temporary cement.  Yes,,,, for temporary (provisional)
> > restorations, you are absolutely right.

> > Steve



Sun, 04 Apr 2004 20:58:04 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
You can't.  I did it first!

<G>
SWF DDS

Quote:

> Oh no Steve,,,,, I want to apologize.

> --
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

> Troy, Michigan  USA
> +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
> This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
> Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
> the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
> in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
> your health.
> ......................



> > It is entirely possible that I did not have the details correct.

> > My appologies,
> > SWF DDS

> > > Did I mis-read??????  I thought the patient was wearing the final
> > > restoration with temporary cement.  Yes,,,, for temporary (provisional)
> > > restorations, you are absolutely right.

> > > Steve



Mon, 05 Apr 2004 20:52:45 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
Darn !!

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Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

Troy, Michigan  USA
+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes only.
Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting on
the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined you
in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will effect
your health.
......................


Quote:
> You can't.  I did it first!

> <G>
> SWF DDS

> > Oh no Steve,,,,, I want to apologize.

> > --
> > =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> > Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.

> > Troy, Michigan  USA
> > +_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+_+
> > This posting is intended for informational or conversational purposes
only.
> > Always seek the opinion of a licensed dental professional before acting
on
> > the advice or opinion expressed here.  Only a dentist who has examined
you
> > in person can diagnose your problems and make decisions which will
effect
> > your health.
> > ......................



> > > It is entirely possible that I did not have the details correct.

> > > My appologies,
> > > SWF DDS

> > > > Did I mis-read??????  I thought the patient was wearing the final
> > > > restoration with temporary cement.  Yes,,,, for temporary
(provisional)
> > > > restorations, you are absolutely right.

> > > > Steve



Mon, 05 Apr 2004 23:14:39 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
Gotcha this time!
;-)
SWF DDS
Quote:

> Darn !!
> > You can't.  I did it first!

> > <G>
> > SWF DDS

> > > Oh no Steve,,,,, I want to apologize.



Wed, 07 Apr 2004 12:10:19 GMT
 Permanent Cement Bridge Despite Some Tooth Pain?
Well, you keep your eyes open.......... First chance I get, I'm going to
apologize first.

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Stephen Mancuso, D.D.S.


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Quote:
> Gotcha this time!
> ;-)
> SWF DDS


> > Darn !!

> > > You can't.  I did it first!

> > > <G>
> > > SWF DDS

> > > > Oh no Steve,,,,, I want to apologize.



Thu, 08 Apr 2004 03:40:21 GMT
 
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