The Process Of Stirrup Teeth On The Teeth Of Barking And Perforated Teeth?
Hello, I want to ask, my teeth are barking and there are perforated teeth. I want to use stirrup, is that allowed? If possible, what handlers are suitable for my teeth? Thank you
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First of all, of course you need to know in advance how big the hole in your teeth is. If the hole is not too large, the possibility of mounting stirrup and dental fillings can be done together. If indeed the hole in your teeth is very large and deep (to penetrate the pulp or the deepest part of the tooth that contains many blood vessels and nerves), or if your teeth and gums are currently experiencing an infection, chances are that your dentist will suggest treatment for your teeth your perforation is first done after stirrup installation after your teeth and gums improve. If your teeth are very fragile and cannot be patched anymore, then it is likely that your dentist will recommend a tooth extraction. The next action is very dependent on which tooth is removed, and depends on your dentist's calculation whether more space is needed to push your teeth to come flat to the other teeth or not. This follow-up will depend on the results of your dentist's examination later.
You should do a dental examination first. One thing you can be sure of is that your cavities can still be managed and you can still install stirrups. Regarding the order of procedures and what procedures are needed, it all depends on the condition of your teeth and the consideration of the dentist who examined you. Make sure you do the inspection and installation of stirrup at the dentist and not the dental artisan.
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