The Relationship Between Cavities And MCU Test Results?
Hello doctor, I want to ask during my MCU there are 3 holes in my teeth, what effect on the test
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Medical check-up (MCU), is an examination that is routinely performed to evaluate a person's health condition, including preventing the possibility of an illness. Nowadays, the MCU is often used as one of the requirements for someone to join a certain agency or institution. It could also be done, the MCU is done as a screening effort for couples who are getting married to minimize the risk of fertility problems or pregnancy which have the potential to cause domestic conflicts in the future.
Cavities can be the root of several diseases. Not only pain, cavities can also make it easier for sufferers to experience infections, headaches, jaw disorders, and so on. For this reason, cavities need to be handled properly, that is, by filling or extracting the teeth, depending on how bad the holes appear.
Depending on the purpose and method used during the MCU, cavities can affect the examination, but it may not. In the MCU that is carried out to enter the police agency, for example, this cavity can be a special problem. However, in the MCU that is carried out before marriage, of course this will not be a big problem.
Unfortunately, you did not mention what the MCU was used for, and what the procedure was like. Therefore, it is difficult for us to identify whether the condition of your teeth could affect the MCU outcome or not.
We suggest that you consult directly with the agency that organizes the MCU regarding anything that can affect the results of the examination.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah