The Possibility Of Teeth That Fall Out Due To Falling Can Grow Back?
My teeth came out because I was 14 but I forgot either my permanent teeth or baby teeth. Can it grow again? But after I check the gum where the teeth come off it is like a tooth that wants to grow
Hello Azis, thank you for the question.
Unfortunately you don't mention which tooth is out of date. When a baby's teeth fall out due to injury, the tooth should grow back, as long as there is no bone growth problem in a person. When a permanent tooth is injured and broken, it won't grow back because there are no teeth under it.
If you find a tooth-like structure in a lost tooth, chances are:
Your teeth used to not completely fall out, but there are parts of teeth or broken tooth roots and left in the gums.
If the tooth that was lost is the back molars, it is possible that the tooth you will find is not the remains of the missing tooth, but the most wisdom tooth that can grow in adulthood.
You should consult a dentist. The doctor will directly assess the condition of your teeth and provide information you need to know. For now, you must maintain optimal oral and dental hygiene, brush your teeth 2x a day in the right way, use dental floss for food scraps between teeth, avoid cigarettes, caffeine, alcohol, and limit sweets.
Thus our review, hopefully helped. Regards.