Teeth Do Not Grow For 3 Years After Falling Out Because Of A Fall?
Night. I want to ask, my sister at that time was still around 3 years old. It started when the Eid was gathering again. My brother is playing brup sm spupu2. Because it was thought that playing would not do anything, so my brother fell from a chair. My brother took the teak chair hand, he climbed to ring the bell of the house they were playing. Why then, my brother fell (he said, it was pushed to the back of my spupu), my brother finally fell, his face tried to iron trali at home, when that fall. My brother’s teeth came out as long as he looked like his teeth, got hit by the bottom trali iron. And now my little brother has 3 or 4 years old not grown. That’s how it is, I’m worried, it doesn’t grow anymore 😔
Milk teeth begin to grow from the age of about 6 months to 2 or 3 years. Later the baby teeth will be loose / replaced and replaced with permanent teeth / permanent teeth / adult teeth. In general, permanent teeth will grow a few weeks to about 6 months after milk teeth are loose / dated.
But there are some conditions where the milk teeth that have come off don't immediately grow permanent teeth, causing the child to be toothless longer. This condition can be caused by tooth loss due to trauma (eg collisions or accidents) as happens to your brother, the absence of hardened, hard, and genetic genetic teeth.
Normally everyone has tooth gums that will come out into permanent teeth (grow into permanent teeth after the baby teeth are gone). To see the presence or absence of dental seed can be done with X-rays.
If it has been more than 1 year that your teeth have not yet grown, you can bring your younger sibling to see a dentist directly. The dentist will perform an examination if necessary with X-rays to ensure the presence or absence of dental seed. If it is confirmed that there are dental seeds, then you do not need to worry and only need to wait for the time to grow permanent teeth without needing any treatment. But if there are other medical conditions, such as hardened gums, the dentist can provide treatment by making small incisions so that the teeth can grow.
Hope it helps you,