How To Cope With Forward Teeth?
Hello, I want to ask, what if the hooked front teeth are removed and then the dentures are installed? The teeth just just stubbed, there is no damage or anything, the problem is if you install stirrup I do not want Thank you
Hello Brefira Raudhatul Jannah, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Torn teeth or medical terminology malocclusion is a condition where the position of the upper teeth is more advanced than the lower teeth, so there is a distance that can sometimes be more than 2 mm, the criteria for toothed teeth include:
maxillary size larger than normal, but the size of the lower jaw is normal the size of the maxilla is normal, but the size of the lower jaw is smaller than normal the size of the upper jaw is larger than normal the size of the lower jaw is smaller than normal Early handling is actually really recommended because of the condition of the jaw while still easy to set up or set. The right management for dental problems is the most appropriate is the use of stirrup or braces, this is because the problematic jaws can only be formed with braces, not with other measures. Tooth extraction and replacement with new teeth will not solve the problem because it will not make changes to the teeth jaw. Besides that, it would be a shame to pull it off without any problems with its teeth.
Here we convey the benefits and drawbacks of the use of stirrup:
improve dental health such as orthodontic problems (uneven teeth, plaque, irregular teeth, improper bite patterns, bacteria, gum disease) protect teeth, in people who have uneven or problematic bite patterns, there is a high risk of dangerous teeth, such as protruding front teeth and early tooth decay or problems, so stirrup can protect these adverse effects while at the same time maintaining dental health resolving problems especially in patients who have uneven teeth having a beautiful smile and straight teeth RISK
feel uncomfortable having a root reopening / shortening of the tooth root injury, usually due to stirrup is loose, or even damaged, it can irritate the cheeks, gums, or lips. Follow the dentist's advice to minimize the possibility of a tooth injury can return to its original shape if you don't follow the dentist's instructions after the stirrup is removed, so you have to keep using the retainer for a certain period of time. However, if you don't want to make repairs with braces, then you can do some things like:
highlight other parts of your face by making makeup that makes other people's attention more focused on the part of the face that you are highlighting, for example the eyes. using a dental retainer, although not as effective as the use of stirrup, but this retainer can also help improve the position of the teeth slowly, generally the tooth retainer is used after removing stirrup so that the teeth do not fall back while maintaining dental hygiene do not be inferior and still smile naturally but confidently We strongly encourage you to consult more deeply with the dentist, especially in orthodontics specialists who are more knowledgeable about the problem of dental dentures, and so that you are more understanding about the basic problems of the condition you are experiencing. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information can be useful for you. thanks.