dental care


Question by  goldiego (16)

Is there surgery to correct canine teeth growing inside the gums?


Answer by  eatwrite (1559)

If your dog is having pain due to his teeth growing inside his gum, you can take him to the veterinarian. They can put your dog to sleep and remove the painful teeth surgically. They will use a local anesthetic so your pet will be fine.


Answer by  amber33 (1941)

Yes there is, it is usually not recommended unless the tooth absoulty needs to come out. The surgery would involve going into the gums the easiest way and removing the tooth the best way for the patient.


Answer by  ajay20 (29)

Yes. They are not surgery, but they are simple outpatient procedures that can be done to correct the size of the grown teeth. They including chiseling up the grownup tooth.


Answer by  Ann89 (613)

Yes, it is possible to correct teeth from protruding in the gum area of the mouth. It is also possible to have the teeth abstracted and have implants.


Answer by  ujwalraimjoshi (729)

For this query, consult dental surgeon. Follow his treatment / medecines. Cannie teeth growing inside the gums can be treated by surgery. Your dental surgeon is the best for such surgery.


Answer by  stacykylemark (342)

Yes there is. They will expose the tooth, if it is not already, and place a "chain" on it to drag it into place (this will take some time).

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