Article is on Page Four of this PDF. Dr. Linden’s response, in a letter to the editors of the publication: The article on Periodontal Disease was quite informative and clearly written. While I am in agreement with various treatments included in the health letter, I would like to bring your attention to important information that was
Dr. Linden’s Response to Mayo Clinic Health Letter Article on Periodontal Disease
Author: Dr. Eric Linden
Q: 6 months ago one of my side canines became darker than the rest of my teeth. I consulted a private root canal specialist. A number of tests/x rays confirmed that the tooth is vital and alive. I’m thinking about getting braces and wondered if this situation would affect my treatment? The tooth has never
One month following root canal it hurts to chew hard things and is sensitive to touch. What options do I have to treat this?
Q: I got a root canal 2 months ago. I had a crown on the tooth so the dentist went through the crown. A week after the RC, I had discomfort when I chewed food or touched one side of the tooth. It went away until 2 weeks ago when the pain came back. Now
Q: My permanent, 6-unit bridge does not fit and has come off 2 times. After almost a year of treatment, the doctor doesn’t know what to do. He told me he’ll make a bridge a 3rd time and send it to the lab. Last week he told me I need an implant. If I say
Q: What else could I do to get a better smile? Veneers or luminescent after laser? A: It might be possible to have cosmetic laser gum surgery to attain a better appearance when you smile. The important thing is to have the appropriate laser used (with the correct wavelength) so there won’t be any damage