Shaking Teeth After Wearing Stirrup, Is That Normal?
, want to ask. About 1 week ago I installed stirrup at the dentist. But why lately I feel that one of my front teeth is rather shaky. But the shake is only slight, not extreme. Is this the impact of stirrup installation? Is it normal or not?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. The condition of teeth that feel rocky when they are just installed stirrup is very reasonable, because the purpose of mounting stirrup itself is to shift the position of the teeth so that they are neatly adjusted to the curvature of the gums in the oral cavity. In addition, when we just use stirrup, we tend to be more 'aware' of our teeth, play with the tongue more often, maybe grasp the stirrup, or make certain movements when eating or talking, because of the discomfort that arises in the use of stirrup. This can make us feel more that the teeth shake, when in fact it is not.
Even so, it can also really rocking teeth, maybe because of bumping or too hard pressed. But without having a direct check, we cannot confirm this. Therefore, we suggest that you immediately consult yourself with your dentist, to find out whether the teeth really shake and whether further treatment is needed or not.
If for one reason or another you are constrained in seeing your dentist, as long as the shake is not very clear, does not cause annoying pain or other discomfort, no problem to postpone the examination until your next control schedule. The important thing is to avoid consuming hard foods, and there is no need to play teeth, touch it with your fingers, or press it with your tongue. So, hopefully answering your question.