Treatment For Abnormalities In A Child’s Dental Growth?
Hello … My child is 7 years old. When about 6 years old milk teeth before the knob shake and the gum is torn because of the impact, not long ago it appeared that new teeth came out of the torn gum, finally the milk teeth and the milk were pulled out. But after the new teeth came out it turned out to be a strange shape, the crown was like a screwdriver head +. I then see a dentist. At that time my son did not want to be examined and cried, so the doctor only glanced. According to him it is an additional tooth and may be removed but I was advised to x-ray the teeth to be clearer. Then I look for second opinion. This time my child wanted to be examined and open his mouth. According to the second doctor, it is a dental crown abnormality and should not be removed because my child will become toothless, and according to him also does not need an x-ray because it will not change anything just to find out if there are 1 or 2 root teeth. done when the child’s permanent teeth have all grown and can then be repaired with braces. Finally with the second jwban, although I am sad, I obey. After a few front milk teeth before the left side and incisal permanent teething that is “perfect” alongside its abnormal teeth. Brselang 2blnan there are teeth that grow next to the abnormal teeth (milk teeth have not been released but already shake). My son was examined and it turned out he had pulled two teeth instead, which was rocking and the milk teeth next to the normal incisors (he said his incisors had grown too). The two new incisors are indeed growing. which is next to normal incisors grow perfectly. But next to the abnormal teeth how come the shape of the crown like the front incisors (large shape) and tilted position because of abnormal teeth. I think the abnormal teeth are additional teeth that should be removed. Because this inclined tooth looks exactly like the “perfect” front incisors. Is it revoked there will be a wide space? Considering my child is still 7 years old, when he is still small his jaw is still growing. You can send photos of me and send photos of my child’s teeth
Hello Jaludarpa, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints experienced by your child, it is highly recommended to be checked back to the dentist, even strongly recommended to be examined by a pediatric dentist specialist (Sp.KGA) to ascertain whether indeed the tooth that is felt to be a problem is indeed a disorder that needs to be extracted or not .
Any tooth extraction will indeed provide additional space in the jaw for other teeth to move or grow more freely so as to minimize abnormalities in the growth of the teeth, but because it is true that the jaws in the child are still growing, and so are the teeth, clear evaluation is still needed at all regarding the condition of your child's teeth at this time so that it can be determined what therapy should be done.
Dental evaluation like this is indeed highly recommended to be done directly so that the evaluation can be done well and maybe some actions based on the dentist are needed, can be done. However, if it is indeed difficult enough to take your child to the dentist, you can use the 'chat with a specialist' facility available on the HealthReplies.com application where you do not have to take your child to the dentist but can still do the consultation regarding your child's dental problems. .
In the meantime, if you are still unsure, you can consult with a number of dentists and find the therapy that you think is most suitable. It is not advisable to decide for yourself to take an extraction or other action without clear advice from your dentist.
I hope this helps.