Overcoming Rocking Canine Teeth At The Age Of 27 Years?
Good evening, r My fangs are shaking because of hard food. R nDoes there be a cure?
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If basically your teeth are in good condition, consumption of hard foods should not necessarily make your teeth shake. Shaky teeth, usually caused by the following conditions:
Periodontitis (infection of the supporting tissues of the teeth) Infection of the teeth Shrinkage of the gums Broken jaw bone Benign or malignant tumors in the oral cavity Injuries to the oral cavity Habits of teeth grinding, etc. Each of these conditions can be treated differently depending on the underlying cause. To be sure, you need to check with your nearest dentist so that it can be evaluated directly. This rocking tooth can later be handled in several ways, for example by administering several types of drugs, inserting dental splinting (sticking the rocking teeth with adjacent teeth), installing retainer, extracting teeth and installing dentures, or others. Early examination can help you prevent more severe complications, such as loose teeth.
In the meantime, you should not consume foods that are too sticky or hard. Eat first food that is easily digested, and chew on the side of the teeth that don't shake. Brush your teeth regularly and be careful. Don't rub excessively or shake the shaking teeth with the tongue, other teeth or fingers.
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