The Cause Of Tooth Problems When Eating?
good night, introduce me zahra I am 28 years old I want to tell, my graham teeth on my left is having a problem, when I want to eat the type of meat, it must be easily tucked .. does this indicate that my teeth are cavities..tp symptomatic toothache, pain, pain I do not feel the head, but today I have muscle symptoms when moving my head when I chew something crunchy, is this not a problem if left unchecked, should I check the dentist, if there is a bacterium through dental infection what are the symptoms? and what should be the solution it’s best if the hole is revoked or patched. thanks
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Meat tucked in the teeth when eating is normal. This is because meat has rough fibers which make it difficult to break when chewed. In addition, the teeth are not flat, but have curves between teeth, even in some teeth that are often caught in food there is a gap, this causes food to often slip, either meat or vegetables. Foods that have the potential to be tucked are foods that are chewed and have not yet broken down and are still in the form of fiber even though fine fibers.
You don't need to worry, just brush your teeth regularly (i.e. 2 times a day, every time after breakfast and before going to bed) and clean up the leftovers that slip. However, if you feel pain or ache you should consult with a dentist, the complaint may be due to cavities. The doctor will do an examination. If the cavities are small then the doctor will patch it. If the tooth is damaged badly enough but there are still parts of the tooth that can be maintained then the doctor will remove the damaged tooth and then attach the jacket to the remaining teeth. However, if the tooth is so badly damaged that it cannot be sustained, the doctor may pull it out. Each selection of cavity treatment, depending on the severity.
As for the head muscles to move or contract when chewing food, this is a natural thing. Because these muscles are part of the chewing muscles.
Thus hopefully useful.