Spruce Up Teeth That Grow In The Palace Do You Need Surgery?
Hello, I want to put the stirrup but after checking it turns out that my teeth have grown inside and the doctor suggested surgery, is there any other way that I can still use the stirrup if I have to operate first. Thank you
Hello Diana, thank you for asking.
The installation of orthodontic wires becomes the domain of competence of dentists. Your dentist is well aware of the condition of your teeth and gums, so he will advise you on the right actions. In general, the installation of orthodontic wires is used to straighten or improve the composition of the teeth, so the teeth can function optimally. The wire is used to pull, push, or shift the teeth so that they are in the right position. In order for the teeth to shift, jaw space is needed. That is why, dentists often recommend to pull out a few teeth, so that the jaw has room for the other teeth to be in the right position.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by growing teeth inside. Chances are you mean tooth impaction. In impact, teeth grow horizontally rather than vertically. This causes the teeth remain in the gums, in whole or in part. Teeth that grow horizontally will push the teeth around and cause pain. In addition, if the tooth extraction operation is not performed, it is likely that other teeth around it cannot be moved to the right position when the wire has been installed. Impacted teeth will prevent other teeth to shift. Maybe that's what caused the dentist to advise you to do surgery.
So, consult your dentist again. If according to the doctor, your teeth should be removed, so to get optimal results from the installation of the wire, you should follow the doctor's advice.
Hopefully this answer can add a little information for you. Regards.