Solution To Overcome Discoloration Of Teeth After Previously Dislodged?
Hello, I’m now 19 years old, 5 years ago my front teeth came out and the dojter that handled me gave me the choice of replacing or replanting my teeth, I chose to re-implant, and now the color of the teeth has changed somewhat, is there a doctor’s solution for my teeth? back nice?
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Although rare, teeth that have been dislodged can indeed be reconnected as long as proper handling is done. After reconnection, teeth that have been dislodged require extra care compared to other teeth, because these teeth have a more brittle structure and are more prone to problems.
The condition of your teeth whose color changes can be caused by many factors. It needs to be clarified first, what exactly is the color of your teeth now, is it black, yellowish, or what? So, are there any complaints that you experience besides the discoloration of the teeth?
If your teeth turn black, this condition could indicate that the tooth root functions are less good. It could also be, the blackish color of the teeth is due to holes in the teeth (caries), dental infections, tartar, smoking habits, or problems with the surrounding tissue. However, if you mean yellowish-colored teeth, it could be, this condition occurs because of the influence of food and drinks consumed, smoking habits, poor oral hygiene, and so on.
If the discoloration of the teeth does not appear accompanied by other complaints, often this condition is not dangerous. Even so, this condition can clearly be very disturbing appearance. Therefore, we recommend that you continue to see it directly to the dentist so that the best treatment is given, yes. Depending on the cause of discoloration of the teeth, your doctor may recommend that you do the teeth whitening action, for example by using a special gel, laser, or other medical measures. It could also, the doctor recommends to you other medical measures.
Meanwhile, to maintain the color of your teeth whiter, you should not be more diligent in brushing your teeth, clean between your teeth with dental floss, clean your tongue with a special tongue cleaner, and rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash. Do not also consume excessive food and drinks that can change the color of teeth, for example coffee, tea, carbonated drinks, candy, and so on. Don't forget, stay away from alcohol and cigarettes.
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