Tooth Dislodged 2 Times, How To Grow Again?
When I was a baby my teeth had been removed. Then grow again. When teething new, small sized teeth. When playing with my dog. I bumped my teeth. At that time there was a cracked tooth. And it continues to crack, until there is very little gum. And the teeth rot. I plan to dentist to extract the tooth. Because I’m afraid I’m going to make other teeth rotten. But, is it possible to grow again? Because it feels uncomfortable for teenagers. Thanks
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I can feel what you are worried about.
You need to know, that when the baby (which is an average at the age of 6 months) tooth growth will occur. Teeth that grow are called milk teeth. During the school period, one tooth after another will be later replaced by permanent teeth. If these permanent teeth have problems so they come off or have to be pulled out, then the teeth will not be able to grow back like when the milk teeth were replaced to the previous permanent teeth.
But you don't need to worry, because the development of medical science, including dentistry, is currently experiencing rapid development. So many ways that dentists can do to overcome toothless teeth. Because toothless teeth will certainly cause several problems, namely:
1. Make the display decrease aesthetically.
2. Interrupted the process of biting or tearing or chewing food, depending on the missing teeth.
3. In certain teeth, if toothless will interfere in the articulation of the pronunciation of letters.
To avoid your discomfort in these matters, I suggest that you should consult a dentist. Some treatments that dentists can do include, including:
1. Install dentures, which are artificial teeth that can be removed. Not durable, but easy to maintain cleanliness.
2. Dental implants, namely artificial teeth that are implanted into the gums so that they are permanent (cannot be removable pairs) and last longer.
3. Installing a bridge, which is to install an artificial tooth by attaching a crown or jacket to the teeth next to it (left and right on the tooth that is toothless).
To get this treatment, immediately consult a dentist. The doctor will do an examination to match which option is good for the condition of your teeth.
So that you can avoid further tooth decay, keep your teeth clean by brushing your teeth twice a day (ie after breakfast and before going to bed) using fluoride toothpaste.
Thus hopefully useful.