My teeth are rolling and not evenly stretched. If I eat my cheeks get bitten, my upper jaw has teeth in the gums, if I want to stirrup, do I have to undergo dental surgery in my gums?
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Teeth that are rolled, uneven, and even cause frequent bites, you should indeed undergo therapy to straighten your teeth. One of them is the installation of braces. The braces will move the teeth, so they can be neatly arranged. General dentists can install braces to straighten the teeth. However, if there is a serious abnormality or special precautions are required before bracing, you can be referred to a specialist dentist. A specialist dentist who specializes in dental alignment is an orthodontist.
Whether or not the teeth in your gums need to be removed depends on the age and condition of your jaw. Wisdom teeth or molars at the very back are normally still in the gums until you are around 17-20 years old. If your jaw fits the tooth out, the dentist may not need to remove the tooth and will allow the tooth to grow out in time. If surgery is needed before bracing, the dentist will refer you to a dentist who specializes in oral surgery. Whether or not surgery is needed is determined after the dentist examines your teeth. You may also be asked to take x-rays of your teeth. We recommend that you see the nearest dentist to have a deeper discussion about this plan.
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