The Left Molar Grew Obliquely Accompanied By A Wound On The Cheek?
Good evening doctor, I am a male aged 30 years who diligently brush my teeth twice a day. I have a molar tooth at the tip of the left which is slightly tilted and often injures the skin of the inner cheek. R n r nWould I pull out the tooth, are there any negative side effects ?? r n r n nAnd if not removed, can you straighten the position like the other teeth. r n r nThank you for the time u0026amp; the answer.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The position of the teeth that are not neat or even tend to injure the inside of the mouth is indeed a disturbing condition and must be treated immediately because the wound that occurs can lead to an infectious condition. Among the treatment options are wearing braces or braces and pulling teeth. Apart from the teeth that injure the inside of the mouth, other reasons for tooth extraction are:
Tooth infection Accumulated teeth due to heredity, poor thumb-sucking and poor dental care Wisdom teeth that grow abnormally or at an angle Gum and surrounding tissue disease Straighten teeth
Regarding your question, if done properly and with the right reasons, there are no bad side effects of tooth extraction. However, regarding whether or not the position can be straightened, this requires direct consultation with a dentist as it relates to the length of your jaw. If indeed the number of teeth does not match the length of the jaw, it is logically impossible to straighten them out because there is no room.
So, indeed the best step is to get your teeth checked by a dentist. Convey your complaint, and later let the dentist determine the best option to treat your problem, whether to remove it or not.
Meanwhile, keep your teeth and mouth healthy by brushing your teeth twice a day with the direction of brushing from top to bottom instead of left to right, using dental floss or mouthwash to reach difficult corners. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa