Treatment Of Cavities In Adulthood?
at night I want to ask, I have a problem with my teeth that makes me less confident when talking to other people, because my front teeth are hollow due to coral because there are some holes that have black spots on them, and for my graham teeth I have almost all of them are broken, only the roots are covered by the gums, that’s the solution, how about the perforated front teeth and cavities in the molars while the age is 23 years old?
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Cavities, both in the front and back, can seriously interfere with a person's quality of life. If the cavities are located in the front, then the sufferer can experience a crisis of confidence because of it. However, if the cavities are located in the back (graham), then the patient can have difficulty chewing food. Therefore, even though it looks light, you should not underestimate the cavities.
In addition to disturbing aesthetics and making it difficult to chew food, cavities, especially if only the roots are left, can become a focus of infection. This infection can cause inflammation not only in cavities, but can spread to the gums, soft tissues around the jaw, to distant organs, such as the heart, brain, and so on.
We suggest that you go straight to the dentist. To treat cavities, doctors will generally perform fillings using certain materials. In the front teeth, laser fillings can make the teeth appear to be together more perfectly. Meanwhile, on the back of the tooth, because of its vital function in chewing food, there may be no more remaining crown that can be maintained, the doctor may recommend tooth extraction. Furthermore, the empty tooth gap can be filled with dental implants so that the chewing process is not disturbed and the jaw structure does not change.
In the meantime, you should improve your dental and oral hygiene to prevent cavities from getting worse. You do this by brushing your teeth regularly 3 times a day, gargling with antiseptic mouthwash, cleaning between your teeth with dental floss, not pricking your teeth to clean food debris (eg using a toothpick), and not smoking.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah