Tooth That Does Not Grow After Tooth Extraction?
morning I am a 20-year-old woman, when I was in junior high school my milk teeth for the front were still there but they were blackened and the other teeth had changed into permanent teeth and when I started feeling my front teeth were different from other teeth and there was no sign of being my permanent teeth went to the puskesmas to check it and when it was brought to the puskesmas the doctor advised to x-ray the teeth if there were permanent teeth in the gums because of the strong form of milk teeth after being x-rayed I returned to the puskesmas and according to the doctor in the gums there were teeth extract the milk teeth and they say the distance of the teeth to get out is far enough so it is recommended to chew food on the tooth area that has been pulled out.
When or how long have you pulled out the tooth? When the baby teeth are removed / removed, there will generally be permanent teeth / permanent teeth that replace the baby teeth. The growth of permanent teeth can vary in each person, but generally about 6 months after being revoked.
Fixed teeth that don't grow soon can be influenced by several factors such as:
Remove baby teeth for too long
Trauma to the gums when the teeth fall out
Lack of space in the jaw
Effect of nutrition
If it has been 1 year since you pulled your tooth but there are no signs that the tooth will grow again, you should go back to the dentist so that you can re-evaluate again. If you are not satisfied with the recommendation of using dentures, you may seek a second opinion with another dentist first. The doctor will evaluate the condition of your prospective teeth, for example by re-examination of the panoramic X-ray and provide options for further treatment steps for you.
For the time being you can continue the advice of the dentist to chew on a dated area, but more importantly make sure you maintain the health and hygiene of your teeth and mouth with a toothbrush at least 2x a day during the morning and evening before going to bed, rinse after eating, drink a lot water, and avoid foods that are too sweet, sticky, and hard huh.
Hope it helps you,