The Cause Of The Absence Of Permanent Canine Seed At The Age Of 19 Years?
Excuse me, I want to ask. This I want to do my tenuous, front fireplace hearth with stirrup. But when I checked with the dentist it turned out that my canines were still milk-fighting teeth. Even though I was 19 years old. And the dentist told me to take an x-ray first. To find out if there are canines or not? For the next action. Well, when I x-rayed it and brought it to my dentist. From the results of the x-ray, my canine teeth have no seeds. This is why, why can I not have milk canine seeds? What cause? And how is this how I straighten my teeth? Is it safe to use stirrup with my milk canines? Or there are other alternatives that are suggested for me. But what I want to know more. Why do I not have canines?
Hello yasinta, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
Milk teeth are temporary teeth, which will be replaced with permanent teeth in adulthood. Milk teeth begin to grow at the age of 6 - 2 years. But babies less than 6 months old may have teething milk.
Permanent teeth will begin to grow at the age of 6-7 years and replace milk teeth. This process can last until the age of 12-13 years. But in some conditions the milk teeth are not replaced by permanent teeth, which make the baby teeth remain there until adulthood. These conditions are called over-retained. These conditions cause the baby teeth together with the jaw bone / ankylosis.
Some of the conditions that can cause this to happen are due to trauma, infection, the presence of a barrier in the growth of teeth or the inconsistency of the permanent teeth underneath.
Responding to your statement, baby teeth that last into adulthood can be dated / detached at the age of 20 - 45 years. You do not need to worry for now that you are routinely consulted with your dentist, to do routine checks every month. The best solution is with dental implants.
Some methods of fitting braces are permanent braces, removable braces, functional braces, Headgear, Retainer, invisible wire. For the problem of which method is right for your condition, you can consult your dentist again.
Right now what you can do is:
Control regularly and periodically to the dentist who handles you. Clean leftovers on the teeth and between braces, leftovers can cause dental problems. Avoid eating and drinking cold to temporarily reduce the feeling of tooth ache. Eat soft foods to reduce pain. That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much. :)