Do Cavities Cause Cheeks To Be Thin?
Hi, I want to tell you a little story. I was confused when I was little until my cheeks were chubby. but when you get older, why are you so thin? Indeed, my left tooth has a hole and until now it has not been extracted. And I also when I gain weight, it doesn’t run to the cheeks but instead to the hands. can hollow teeth cause cheeks to be thin? it’s a matter of genes. the family of my mother and father is not thin. only my mom is thin because she used to have a hole in her tooth. can my cheeks get chubby again like before? please answer. because I don’t want my cheeks to be thin 🙁
Cheeks are actually composed of skin, fat, and salivary glands as well as several other delicate tissues such as blood vessels, nerves, and so on. The thin cheeks are usually not associated with hollow teeth. Thin cheeks are usually caused by reduced body fat levels, plus there is a tendency for people to have fat deposits not in the cheek area, which usually comes from genetics. If you experience thin cheeks, you may be able to try to get more nutritional intake to fatten your body so that your cheeks are full again. However, if the condition cannot change, it is important to find out if there are diseases that might prevent a person from gaining weight. You can check directly with a doctor or consult a nutritionist with a nutritionist. Instead, here we attach an article on how to shrink cheeks that are too chubby. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief