Causes Of Rooted Teeth?
I want to ask, what do you mean by rooted teeth? Do you mean cavities? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Anatomically, from top to bottom, teeth are composed of 3 components, namely the crown, neck, and tooth roots. Meanwhile, from the outside in, the teeth consist of enamel, dentin, and pulp. Therefore, the term rooted tooth is probably not the right term. If what is meant is the root of a tooth, then this refers to the lower tooth component which is embedded in the gum and jaw structure. In these tooth roots there are many nerve fibers, blood vessels, and supporting tissues which are vital in maintaining healthy teeth.
Here we give an overview of tooth anatomy:
Try to be clear, where did you get that term from? Is it directly from the doctor?
If yes, then you should clarify the meaning of the term directly to the doctor who mentioned it. However, if not, then the possibility of the term is incorrect and must be confirmed again.
Hope this helps ...