The Right Molars Have Come Off?
Hello, my lower right molar teeth came off, now that the tooth has indeed been cavities for a long time and was released during meals, until now there is no pain or anything, and this is also the first time my molars have come off, now can these molars still be able to grow? Remembering that I’m 14 years old, can my teeth still grow? If not, what should I do, if not one of the teeth that is right is the first molar, please help, thank you
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In most people first milk graham teeth (molar 1) will usually date at the age of 9 to 12 years. In some cases, graham teeth can be dated earlier, or even later. Therefore, your graham teeth that are loose at this time may or may not be milk teeth. If you believe that you have never experienced loose graham teeth before, it could be that your graham teeth at this time are still baby teeth.
Cavities in the teeth, if not handled properly, can indeed cause damage to the deeper tooth structure, making it easy to break or come loose, especially when in contact with hard or sticky food. This tooth loss, often does not occur in total, but still leaves a tooth root in it. If you experience this condition, then the tooth root must be cleaned first. It is feared, this tooth root can become a den of infection. If it turns out that your loose graham teeth are milk teeth, then the remaining root of the remaining tooth can also prevent the eruption of your permanent graham teeth later.
Our advice, you first check the condition of your teeth to the nearest dentist huh .. With direct observation, or assisted with an x-ray examination, often the doctor is able to know, whether your loose teeth are still milk teeth or permanent teeth, and whether your teeth are has been removed completely or still leaves the remaining tooth roots in the gum. Furthermore, then proper handling can be done. If it turns out that your loose tooth is a permanent tooth, which is no longer possible to be replaced by new teeth, then to fill the gaps between the teeth, the doctor can direct you to undergo several actions, such as the installation of dental implants, crown bridges, removable dentures, etc.
At this time, it is recommended that you do not squeeze or over-hold the area where your teeth have fallen. Do not forget, be more diligent in brushing your teeth and gargling with antiseptic mouth rinses so that dental and mouth hygiene is always maintained.
Hope this helps ...