How To Deal With Molars Grow Abnormally?
Noon I want to ask about dental problems. My back molars grow abnormally (grow horizontally). I consulted with 2 different dentists and provided contracted answers. Doctor 1 explained that not to be revoked for life because of the results of the X-ray seen the possibility of growing already hit by nerves. Doctor 2 explained that to be revoked immediately because it would interfere and give effect to the others (now often have headaches). Please explain what should I do? thanks.
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Regarding the condition that you feel is called an impact ie the wrong growth in the teeth is usually the rearmost Graham. This condition can occur due to several conditions viz
1. Jaws are small so that the teeth do not grow in their proper position
2. Tooth growth that is not in accordance with it should be tilted or even horizontal
This condition can be examined by a dentist and supported by dental x-ray examination.
Overall, if it does not interfere and does not cause other teeth to shift or cause infection gums is usually a mild and usually asymptomatic impact. For this reason, regular routine maintenance is usually done for general dental health.
But if it causes pain, shifts other teeth, and causes gum infections usually one of the actions is to take the tooth extraction. Some considerations that need to be considered is that the teeth have roots that contain teeth nerves that are related to the larger facial nerves for the position of your teeth. Will it affect the facial nerves, you should consult a dentist or specifically a dental surgeon.
Some things you can do to reduce symptoms are
1. Compress with ice wrapped in a towel
2. Maintain good dental hygiene to prevent infection
3. The use of anti-pain medications such as paracetamol or ibuprofen
Thus the information that we can convey may be useful thanks