Tooth Extraction After Stirrup Pairs?
night, I want to ask I have been using braces for about 2 years, at first my doctor said that there was no need to pull my teeth but after these 2 years I felt that my upper teeth had become somewhat advanced (tongos) after I consulted my dentist, he said that my braces worked very slowly to reverse my upper teeth because I didn’t pull my teeth. I want to ask, to speed up the release of stirrup or do I need to pull out my teeth as a solution? thank you
Hello, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Braces or stirrup is a medical procedure that aims to tidy up the structure of the teeth or correct the abnormal position of the jaw with the aim of beautifying your teeth and smile and of course strengthening the teeth when neatly arranged. Decision of tooth extraction is certainly not easy for some people. but tooth extraction itself aims to provide space to produce alignment in the teeth.
In certain cases, before recommending a tooth extraction, the doctor will generally evaluate and assess the possibility of improving the tooth structure without tooth extraction and assessing the therapeutic response of stirrup for a certain amount of time, and if further examination shows a slow response or no progress clinically, doctors generally recommend that a tooth extraction be carried out with the above stated purpose. but in certain conditions, revocation may have been indicated to be done from the beginning.
Every person has a different tooth structure, jaw length and problems. Therefore, it would be better if you consult this matter with the dentist who has examined you directly and has treated and understood the conditions that have happened to you. You can also discuss alternatives, impacts on facial structures and others that suit your conditions and indications on you.
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