Use Of Stirrup For Connection Teeth?
Hello, I have a question. Approximately 4 years ago, I had an accident which caused 2 of my front teeth to break. But not all broken, only a small part on the right and broken 2/5 on the left. I have connected the broken tooth until now. And still strong and never feel pain. But my front teeth are a bit forward so I want to put on the stirrup. The question. Can the teeth used in the trsbut connection be stirred or not? Or any other ad treatment that can help for my case? Thanks
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Neat teeth can indeed support your appearance. A person who is tidying his teeth can also change the appearance of his face, for example in the case of the lower jaw which is more advanced than the upper jaw, or in the condition where the upper teeth are pushed forward, the shape of the face can be different from before the treatment was given. To straighten your own teeth, there are several methods you can do, including:
Permanent braces Loose-fitting braces Functional braces Headgear Retainer Lingual braces Clean aligners
In your case, whether or not your teeth can be in dental care, you need to do a direct examination by the dentist first. Because as you may already know, one of the most commonly used types of braces, or permanent braces, consists of boxes attached to each tooth and connected to each other by wires. If your tooth has broken, which makes it impossible to attach the box to it, an alternative is to use another tooth-cleaning method, or by going through the broken tooth. But once again, this can only be decided after a direct examination by a dentist.
In addition, whatever method you end up using, don't try to straighten your teeth without having your teeth checked by the dentist first. We feel the need to remind, because there are so many dental experts and traders who sell dental cleaners universally without adequate knowledge of teeth. Herein lies the mistake because the structure of the teeth and mouth and the problem is different for each person. If it is not adjusted individually, what can happen will actually arise problems that previously did not exist. Therefore, our advice is that you discuss your problem with the dentist, and later the dentist will provide options for what options you can choose. So, hopefully it answers your question.