Can Teeth Get Attached Together?
My front teeth are attached so that it interferes with activities, I want to pull out the attached teeth behind it, but the back teeth are bigger than the teeth in front, will it not have a sustainable effect? Or what’s the solution?
Thank you for the question.
Some people have too many teeth (overcrowded) so they overlap one another. For some people, this can be beneficial, because it is considered to sweeten their appearance, and also makes them more easily recognizable because of the unique structure of their teeth. But for some other people, it could be that the piling of the teeth is actually disturbing, and vulnerable to slits in the leftovers of the leftovers that cause cavities and bad breath.
Bile indeed your stacked teeth are quite disturbing, it is better for you to check yourself directly to the nearest dentist. Depending on the doctor's assessment later, the doctor can pull out your front or back teeth, so that the structure of your teeth around you can be better. In some cases, the doctor may also direct the braces to be done. Of course, based on his competence and experience, the dentist who checks you better understands the best treatment for your condition.
Tooth extraction, as with other medical procedures, is certainly not free from risk. In addition to bleeding, after tooth extraction, infection can also occur, prolonged pain, or changes in the structure of the teeth and jaw around it. However, by being handled directly by a competent dentist, this risk can certainly be minimized and handled properly.
Hope this helps ...