Frequent Headaches And Crooked Teeth, Is It Dangerous?
Good morning doctor, I am 22. Recently it was discovered that I have a ruler on the left. But the teeth grow in the upper gum, so only inside the gum. Like a large lump on the upper gum but the inside is white and hard. When pressed it hurts. Beneath it, it had been a long time since the roots of the previous teeth had blackened and had not been pulled out. If you don’t do the surgery, is it dangerous for the doctor? Does it affect the dizziness or eye pain that I have been experiencing? Thank you
Lumps on the top of the teeth are not always caused by flat teeth. Some of the causes of lumps on the upper gums include:
Teeth is a harmless thing. Teeth teeth actually do not always require surgery. However, toothed teeth can cause several conditions such as:
Inhibits tooth growth
injury to the gums
Cleaning unclean teeth
Teeth are usually not painful, and do not cause pain in the head or eyes. People who have flat teeth sometimes don't realize or don't go to the dentist. But medically, teeth are better treated, one of them by using braces or doing surgery if necessary.
The dizziness and headaches you experience may be due to an impacted tooth, where the growths press against each other, and this can cause tooth pain and headaches.
therefore it is recommended that you go directly to the dentist so that the dentist can check your condition firsthand, and later the doctor can provide the right therapy.
Here's an article that you can read about Teeth Teeth
may be useful. Thank you