How The Solution Of Molars That Grow Again Out Of Place?
Good night, I am 22 years old, have molars have grown perfectly. The location is on the left top. Precisely part of the jaw in bedempetan / paired with molars No. 2 from behind. So the 2nd molars are still lined up, now the molars that grow out of line. Do you need to pull the book? Because I often migraine. Thank you
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Not infrequently, molars grow in an improper position, can collide or overlap with other teeth, tilt or cross, or even buried in the gum structure and jaw deep enough to be difficult to erupt. As long as this condition does not cause complaints, it is not always necessary to take special care to overcome them. However, if there are annoying and recurring complaints, such as recurring migraines, swollen gums, bad breath, jaw stiffness, and so on, you obviously need to go to the dentist directly for further treatment.
In the condition of molars that grow imperfectly, doctors will usually evaluate the condition of their teeth first. If deemed necessary, the doctor can perform surgery to correct the position or remove the problematic molars. In this way, it is hoped that patient complaints will gradually decrease and the quality of life will improve. Some types of drugs can also be prescribed by doctors so that patient complaints improve, for example in the form of antibiotic drugs (if found signs of inflammation and infection), anti-pain, anti-inflammatory, and so on.
Check the condition of your teeth immediately to the nearest dentist so that you are given the right treatment. Meanwhile, you should not manipulate the problematic molars carelessly, for example by gouging the teeth, and so on. Be diligent at brushing your teeth and gargling with antiseptic mouthwash. If a migraine recurs, you can first take pain relievers, such as paracetamol, to relieve it.
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