Can Your Teeth Be Shaken?
Afternoon … I want to ask my molars to be shaken … before my teeth have been broken / dislodged … but the otel is only half, and this is still 1/2 which has not come off … but it has been shaky … extracted ??? but since 1/2 the teeth that have been dislodged … my gums become swollen … and to eat if the crank feels painful … how to handle it properly huh ?? thanks before it
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Partially broken teeth or rocking teeth don't have to be pulled out all the time. In general, doctors will try to maintain a person's natural teeth and repair the damage that occurs as much as possible. If indeed the tooth is too fragile and cannot be repaired again, then tooth extraction can be recommended. Tooth extraction must always be followed by the installation of dentures or dental implants because if left toothless, the surrounding teeth will shift to fill the empty gum space. This tooth shift can cause disruption of the upper and lower teeth closure (dental malocclusion) which can later disturb you when you bite or chew food.
Therefore, you should check your teeth to the dentist first. The dentist can evaluate the condition of your teeth and suggest the best therapy for your teeth. If indeed your teeth must be removed, then the extraction should also be done at the dentist (not done alone or at a dental artisan), especially since your teeth are currently experiencing inflammation and infection. Rooting your teeth carelessly in this condition can cause the infection to spread to the tissues around the teeth and even cause infections to enter the bloodstream and cause infections throughout the body (sepsis).
We recommend that you check the dentist is not delayed because the protective layer on broken teeth has been damaged. Damage to the protective layer of teeth will cause teeth more easily damaged by food or bacteria in the teeth. The more silent, the cavities will be bigger and more fragile.
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