Revoked Incisors Can Grow Back?
Good morning, 2 days ago I had a toothache, yesterday I went to the dentist and said the doctor had to be removed because my back incisors had big cavities, whereas now I am 22 years old going forward to 23. Can my teeth grow again?
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Need to be clarified, which tooth exactly do you mean? Incisors, graham teeth, or canines?
At the age of 22, most people already have complete permanent teeth (adult teeth). The permanent teeth that sometimes have not yet grown at this age are the third graham teeth (wisdom teeth of the youngest graham), which are located at the tip of the upper and lower jaw bones.
If this is not the third graham tooth you mean, then if it is extracted, it is often true that this tooth will not be replaced by new teeth.
Handling of teeth that are sore due to cavities can be done in various ways. If it is true that the hole in the tooth is very large, and the doctor considers that it is no longer possible to retain the tooth, then tooth extraction can be done. After extraction, the gap between empty teeth can be filled with false teeth, such as dental implants, removable dentures, or cross bridges. The installation of dentures is important for preventing changes in the structure of the jaw and surrounding teeth.
It is best to discuss it directly with the dentist who treats you regarding the best management that can be done to resolve your complaint. If in doubt, you can also seek a second opinion by going back to the dentist.
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