Can Teeth Trainers Be Used For Broken Teeth?
Good morning, I’m eating, I have a problem with my teeth broken in half, then move forward, if I use the teeth trainer, will it be tidy? thank you
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Need to clarify beforehand, how old are you now?
Teeth trainer is a dental tool that is generally used as a minimum prevention and intervention if there are signs of abnormal teeth and jaw arrangements. The use of teeth trainer aims to prevent the deterioration of the child's tooth structure, so that it can be more easily handled when children are older. Often, this tool is used in children aged 6 to 12 years who still have baby teeth and may still grow the structure of the jaw. If your age is still around this vulnerable, indeed, it is possible that the condition of your teeth that are moving forward can be treated with the use of teeth trainers.
However, if you are older, the use of teeth trainer is no longer effective in dealing with teeth that move forward. It is more appropriate if you use stirrup (braces) so that the improvement of tooth structure can be achieved more optimally. In addition, the condition of your broken teeth also needs treatment, for example by patching, crown installation, or other medical procedures. If the broken tooth is not treated properly, the pulp area is open because of this fracture can cause you to experience severe pain. Broken teeth are also more susceptible to causing teeth and gums to become infected, and this infection can also spread to other areas around the tooth.
It is better if you consult directly with the dentist to find the best solution. With the right treatment, problems with your teeth can often be handled well, although indeed, it cannot be done instantly. Avoid the use of teeth trainers carelessly without prior dentist examination.
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