Can Permanent Teeth Grow Back After Falling Out?
, will humans be able to grow teeth again? Or improve the tooth structure back to normal? Because many of my friends are afraid about dental problems including me. thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Humans have a set of baby teeth and permanent teeth, which are easily depicted in the illustration below.
So of course if the permanent teeth have come out (which are marked with a slightly bluish color) you don't have any more 'stock' of teeth to come out to replace the lost teeth. And technological advances in the future don't seem to have any direction to make permanent teeth reappear naturally because current methods, such as dentures and dental implants, are much easier and cheaper to deal with loose, loose or damaged teeth.
If you and your friends are afraid of dental problems, then we suggest you do what you can do now to take care of your teeth, such as brushing your teeth at least twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and soft bristles, brushing your teeth in a circular or top-down motion, gargle with mouthwash or use dental floss, and regularly check with the dentist every 6 months. By doing this simple thing, you are already taking concrete steps for your personal health rather than waiting for technology which is still unclear for its practical use in everyday life. So, hopefully it answers your question.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa