Blackened Teeth And The Next Blackened Part?
I want to ask, I used to have front teeth with cavities and blackened then I pulled out, but why do my next teeth also follow?
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Basically, teeth can be blackened due to several possibilities, including:
tooth staining, for example due to consumption of coffee, tea, smoking, etc.
consumption of certain drugs or supplements
Teeth can be blackened not only because of cavities, so sometimes tooth extraction is not needed. Cavities do not have to be managed by pulling. Cavities only need to be extracted if they really cannot be repaired (they are very fragile and easily broken).
If indeed your teeth have been removed, then you should consider using dentures or dental implants to replace the tooth that has been revoked. Meanwhile for your teeth that are currently blackening, you must know in advance the exact cause of the blackening of your teeth. If it is caused by a hole in the tooth, then it must be re-evaluated as to how big the hole is. If it's a small hole, then the hole can still be patched. If a large hole reaches the tooth root, root canal treatment is needed before patching. Patching on the front teeth (incisors) is indeed different from molars. Often when patched with ordinary fillings, the teeth can look unnatural. There are several options for making incisor restorations more natural, for example by using dental crowns, bridges, veneers, etc.
You should consult directly to the dentist first. The dentist will check the condition of your teeth and can provide the most appropriate therapeutic advice for the condition of your teeth.
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