How To Deal With Baby Teeth That Have Not Fallen Out?
, I am 20 years old but my front teeth are still baby teeth. Should my baby teeth be broken?
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Baby teeth are teeth that the body starts at 6 months of age and upwards and will be complete until the age of 3 years. Complete baby teeth will be replaced by natural teeth until they become adults. Generally, baby teeth will fall out when entering school age in childhood.
Regarding your complaint, you should do a direct examination at your nearest dentist. Not all baby teeth need to be removed or removed. Because before the extraction procedure, it must be known in advance whether adult teeth have appeared and are stuck in the gums or not. Radiological examination with X rays helps to see the arrangement of the teeth in the mouth.
Most cases of adult teeth have not been able to come out of the gums because the baby teeth have not fallen out, so extraction is needed to stimulate adult teeth to come out to the surface of the gums. In some other cases, teeth problems can be found which causes the baby teeth to be reluctant to fall out / fall out
Therefore, direct examination with a dentist is a suggestion that you should do. Although in most of the same cases there are not many significant complaints, it is better if treatment by a doctor is needed. I have submitted so much information, hope it helps