The Tooth Feels A Change After The Extraction Process Of Molars?
, I want to ask. At the age of 20, I felt my front teeth felt more advanced. Even though I don’t have any complaints, my teeth are neat. The extraction is only in the lower molars, 36 and 46. Even then, there has been a long period of extraction. I also once felt that the teeth were getting more advanced, around middle school or senior high school. But I just ignored it, maybe just a feeling. But when I was in college, my smile became rather difficult and my front teeth seemed to block. Is there another factor? Does the solution have to be stirrup?
Thank you for the question.
After the tooth has been extracted, ideally the empty gap of the extracted tooth is filled with dentures, for example removable dentures, crown bridges, or dental implants. The goal is that the structure of the teeth, gums, and also the surrounding jaw does not change because of the long-term eating and talking process. The condition for your front teeth to feel more advanced could be the impact of the extraction that you did before.
It could also be that the teeth are more advanced if you have experienced an injury in the area of the tooth or jaw, for example, which causes the tilt of the teeth to change, dislocation of the jaw, crack or fracture of the jaw, and so on. Or, the progress of your teeth may be affected by the habit of chewing out of balance on both sides of your teeth, genetic (hereditary), the use of braces, or other dental procedures you undergo. Finally, it may also be that your teeth are not advancing, but only your feelings.
To be more objective and clear originator, it is better to check yourself immediately to the dentist, yes. Depending on the cause, the doctor can give you different treatments later, such as by recommending the use of braces, installing dentures, or other therapeutic modalities.
Hope this helps ...