It Is Possible That The Size Of The Tooth That Has Been Filed Has Returned To Its Original Size?
I want to ask, the problem is that my teeth are not flat, but now I regret this file, my upper teeth and lower ones can’t bite, so I feel pain, my teeth can recover like normal teeth again, no thanks
Hello Gita Fitria
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I understand the complaints you are currently feeling. Filing teeth is something that is often done for the purposes of a hereditary tradition for some people, and some are for the aesthetic appearance. However, complaints arise if the results of the tooth file are not as desired and change the anatomical position of the teeth. These changes certainly make it uncomfortable for the sufferer.
Generally, adult teeth will not experience growth back in the tooth structure, so that teeth that have been partially filed / removed cannot return to their normal state naturally. Complaints of pain can arise because the effectiveness of nerve endings in the tooth structure increases due to abrasion. It should be noted that the teeth and gums contain nerve fibers that are interconnected with each other.
To eliminate pain complaints, the following steps can be taken as an initial response and prevent complaints from coming back, namely:
Avoid foods that are too hot and too cold
Be diligent in cleaning the mouth and teeth regularly by brushing your teeth
Can use special toothpaste for sensitive teeth to prevent complaints of pain
The use of pain relievers can be considered when the pain is felt.
You don't need to worry, dentistry is now advancing. Although the adult tooth structure will not experience growth back, you still have the opportunity to have a normal tooth structure. To be able to regain a good tooth structure, you can consult a dental cosmetic specialist (orthodontist) to make repairs to your teeth. That is the information that I can convey, hope it helps