Can Hard Teeth Be Pulled Out?
Good morning, I want to ask if my rabbit’s teeth are barking. Well my question is whether you can pull out strong teeth?
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Due to the number of teeth that are too much (overcrowded), the size of a small jaw, or the insistence on the structure of other teeth, teeth can indeed grow in an abnormal position, or often referred to as barn teeth. Often, this condition is not dangerous and does not require special treatment. But indeed, in some people, a tooth that can feel very disturbing. In addition, teeth also need extra care so that it does not become a den of piles of food debris and harmful microorganisms. Based on this consideration, further action can be taken, namely in the form of extraction or braces installation so that the teeth will be neater.
Although teeth are attached firmly to the base, this condition is generally not a significant obstacle for tooth extraction. However, determining whether it is appropriate to remove extracted teeth in your case or not should be discussed directly with your dentist. Therefore, you try to visit the nearest health facility to find out the best treatment steps for your case.
In the meantime, you should focus on keeping your teeth and mouth clean properly, including by regularly brushing your teeth, cleaning between your teeth and tongue, and gargling with an antiseptic mouthwash.
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