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My two tooth was removed
My tooth was removed two years before and I left as it is .Is any problem will face in future. How to install the teeth without any harm of other tooth
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Hi.. Whenever a tooth is removed, replacement is very important. Failure to do so results in teeth drifting. You can go implant tooth placement. Regards
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hello As the tooth was removed at a very young age. there are chances that in future the other teeth can shift inside and tilt. And later cause problem with adjacent teeth.
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best way to replace a missing tooth is by dental implant. next best technique by fixing a bridge. a cap will come in adjacent teeth and a tooth will come in the missing tooth region.
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You should get the missing teeth replaced as soon as possible because the other teeth try to come in that space leading to improper occlusion. you can get Implant done in that area that won't affect the other adjacent teeth.
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hello, it is always better to replace the missing teeth because if it is left as it is, then there will be supraeruption of the opposing tooth. also the neighbouring teeth will begin to drift into the available empty space leading to decreased chewing efficacy. Get an x-ray done to check for bone levels. you can go for either implants or fixed prosthesis.
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dental implant is the best option for you
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When tooth gaps are left alone, they can cause serious oral health problems that require extensive restorative or cosmetic dentistry. Visiting a dentist and investing in a long lasting, high quality tooth replacement can save you time, money, and lots of pain in the future. When missing teeth are not replaced the following conditions can develop: 1. Tooth Shifting : When you lose a tooth, the surrounding teeth begin drifting into the open gap, shifting your teeth out of alignment. 2. TMJ Syndrome: When teeth shift out of alignment after tooth loss, bite problems usually develop. 3. Tooth Decay / Gum Disease : Once teeth shift out of alignment, it is harder to reach some spots with your toothbrush or floss. When plaque and bacteria aren’t reached, tooth decay and periodontal disease develop, often causing further tooth loss. Face Shape Alteration: When the tooth root is not replaced from a missing tooth, bone deterioration can quickly lead to face shape alteration, changing your appearance.
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If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth, find a dentist near you. An investment now can preserve your smile and prevent further problems later.
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Leaving the gap created due to removal of teeth may cause your adjacent teeth to tilt into the area.get new teeth as soon as possible to avoid this problem
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Consult a dentist & plan about your new teeth
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Fixed bridge or implant is the best option..choose accordingly
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A gap in the mouth due to tooth loss is definitely to be restored. The reasons being - over eruption of opposing tooth, tilting of adjacent teeth leading to narrowing of gap and bone loss. Options to restore - Implants, A bridge, or a single unit denture.
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Please get a check up done by your dentist, get the situation of the gap checked and take necessary steps to sort the gap.
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Implant is ideal. Bridge could be the second option.
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So the current situation is 2 missing teeth and the first question what arises is 1) Do we need to replace them or not : I don't think there can be 2 opinions in that, because if we don't replace the missing teeth ,the adjacent teeth are going to tilt towards the missing teeth,thereby weakening them and disturbing the entire chewing efficiency . In all replacing them and replacing them as early is the best move 2) How to replace them : Replacing missing teeth using dental implants (Titanium Screw which goes inside the underlying bone and gives support to the above crown) is the most natural way of replacing a missing tooth. but one has to assess the situation clinically for amount of underlying bone and surrounding anatomical structures before deciding to place dental implants. If conditions are not favorable dental implants can still be managed but after a small grafting procedure other ways of replacing a missing tooth would be to go for a dental bridge , which is a fixed replacement of missing teeth ,but the adjacent teeth would get compromised. Another way is to go for a removable Partial Denture
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get the clinical check up and diagnostic radiographs done.
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The early you opt for a treatment the better it will be
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It would be best to replace the missing teeth considering your age and future implications.
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There are many ways to replace your missing teeth, ideal way would be dental implants provided it's feasible, if fixed partial denture like bridge would be an option.
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Always make it an habit to visit a dentist once in six months even after you replace your missing teeth, it will definitely help you.
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Hello, You definitely need to replace any extracted tooth except the wisdom teeth. There would be supra eruption of the opposing tooth and migration of the adjacent teeth over a period of time leading to bite issues. The best way to address this issue is to go for Implants. The other option is to opt for a Fixed Bridge,but this involves grinding of the teeth adjacent to the extracted tooth.Regards,Dr Sumanmakam,Dental Arts,Jayanagar,Bangalore
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Tooth replacement should be given a serious thought. Ideally replacement should begin immediately/soon after removal of the tooth in question.
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Get an evaluation done by your dentist....options may vary from fixed to removable teeth. If all permits consider implant.
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Yes if you are keeping the extracted area  without replacement that will affect your  adjacent tooth and opposing tooth that will lead to tooth displacement and coming to your second question you want to replace the missing tooth without disturbing the neighbouring teeth then you should go for implant please  visit a dentist soon
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Hi....if you don't want to touch the neighbouring teeth then you can go in for implant..thats the best option But first we need a diagnostic OPT to be done.
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You can possibly look for replacement of missing teeth via Implants, incase if you don't want to cause any damage to adjacent teeth. This can be evaluated with a simple radiograph and further investigation would be done via CBCT scan. However I suggest meeting your nearest Dentist for the appropriate treatment planning.
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you should replace missing teeth as early as possible. if you dont replace missing teeth there will be shifting of adjacent teeth and opposite tooth start extruding. you can replace missing teeth either by means of bridge which needs cutting of adjacent teeth and by support of them you can replace missing teeth. or you can go in for dental implant which has advantage of no need for cutting adjacent tooth.
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Hello sir , it's very important to replace the missing teeth , leaving a space empty between the teeth may lead to Somany funtional problems , the alignment of the teeth may change , which may lead to trouble in eating , now we have come up with so many latest technologies to replace the teeth without disturbing or harming the next teeth , for example IMPLANTS , we can also replace the missing teeth with other options as well , so pls visit Dentist get properly diagnosed , and get proper advice to get your teeth replaced , Thank you , VDENTIS DENTAL CARE
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Hi,It is very important to replace missing teeth with artificial teeth after the extraction wound heals as if not replaced the adjacent & opposing teeth shift in the space which causes bite damage .There are 2 options of putting artificial teeth bridge or implant.Please visit a dentist to find out which treatment options suits you.
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Hello Sir, Greetings for the day. There are 2 options by which you can replace your missing tooth. FIrst by a bridge but it will require cutting of the adjacent 2 teeth and second option is implant. You will need a X-ray and a CBCT scan to evaluate the situation. I would suggest to visit the nearby dentist or you can check the website www.drajwanis.com for any further questions.
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