Solution To Overcome Milk Teeth That Never Come Off?
I want to ask, I have milk teeth that have not been removed, and until now they have started to turn yellow and the scabbard cannot be dislodged. At that time I went to the dentist and asked about my teeth, the doctor said they had to be scanned first whether the teeth contained teeth or not. For example, I have a scan or x-ray of my teeth and incidentally there are no children giginga whether it can be removed, meaning that my teeth will be missing? Isn’t the tooth that no one can perforate from the side of each tooth if from that kind of function so that it maximizes. Thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. To answer your question, consider the picture below about the composition of the teeth that exist in each human being.
As you can see, unlike hair, baby teeth and permanent teeth there are actually already one set each, and as humans grow, permanent ones will appear to replace baby teeth. In some people, the milk teeth last into adulthood, and the fate of the permanent teeth may remain in the skull and not grow, or grow partially or completely, filling in empty spaces and causing tooth structure to be neat.
So regarding your question, unearthed baby teeth are natural, and there should be no problems. As for the milk teeth are now yellowing and may start to porous, it is not because the 'age' of the milk teeth are aging and time to come off, it's more on how you take care of your teeth. If you like to eat sweet things, like to consume colored drinks like coffee, tea and syrup, especially if you smoke, and do not clean your oral cavity properly, then it is natural that your teeth then become like that. This is because not a few people who also maintain good dental health, their milk teeth remain problematic until adulthood.
We suggest that you really should check your teeth with the dentist so that the next treatment can be determined. Even if there are no permanent teeth that can replace your baby teeth even though their milk teeth must be removed, there are other options to replace these perforated teeth. Can use dental crowns, dentures, dental implants, or use braces to bring the two teeth right and left together so that the holes are closed. All these matters will be discussed with you after the results of the examination are released.
What is important for you to do now is to maintain proper dental hygiene by routinely brushing your teeth twice a day, reduce the consumption of sweet things and colored drinks, use fluoridated toothpaste, and use dental floss and mouthwash. So, hopefully answering your question.