How To Deal With Loose Molar Teeth?
Hello I am rieninta, I am 10 years old, so my molar teeth are loose, but I feel that the loose tooth is a permanent tooth, if so, can the permanent tooth grow back? Or can I prevent it from falling out?
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Under normal conditions, the roots of the teeth can stick the teeth firmly into the gums and jaw so that the teeth do not become loose. Teeth can become loose due to various reasons, including:
Tooth infection, can be periapical infection or periodontal infection
Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums)
Periodontitis (infection of the gums to destroy the jaw area that supports the teeth), and so on
The first thing to make sure at this time is whether it is true that your loose tooth is a permanent tooth, or is it still a baby tooth. At the age of 10, it's very likely that your graham tooth is still a baby tooth. If this condition is what you experience, then of course your teeth can grow back after they are dislodged or removed. However, in some rare conditions, it is also possible that the graham tooth you are complaining about is a permanent tooth, which will not grow back when it has been dislodged or removed.
If you forget whether your graham tooth has been dated before, or not, then you should check your complaint directly with the dentist. Your doctor may also recommend a panoramic x-ray to assess the overall structure of your teeth. Then, proper handling can be done, whether by maintaining loose teeth, or perhaps removing and replacing them with artificial teeth.
What you can do right now is:
Brush your teeth regularly, choose a soft-bristled toothbrush, don't brush your teeth too hard, and use fluorescent toothpaste
Floss between your teeth
Continue with the above actions by gargling with salt water or an antiseptic mouthwash
Avoid pulling loose teeth
Avoid using toothpicks to clean leftovers
Do not smoke
Make sure you regularly control your dental health to the dentist at least every 6 months
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah