She lost her 4 teeth ( wisdom teeth removal 4) and she lost one molar too and one decayed tooth removed. Once after all these happened, she feels no teeth in her mouth. Is there any way to cure her problem. Is there any way to arrest caries. All her loss because of the same.
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Hi ..As mentioned by other dentists ...You have to meet your dentist and replace to missing tooth .Both the tooth lost can be replaced with bridge or implant depending on your affordability .After replacrment she will automatically feel better. If there any any new decay it can be filled right away to prevent further progression.Kindly visit dentist every six months once ..if there any new cavities it can be filled then and there.If she is getting cavities again and again it means she needs a more strict oral hygiene measures like brushing dillegently twice a day,flossing regularly and using mouthwash after meals .Avoid too much sugary and sticky food in diet.Small efforts from her will go a long way in great oral health.All the best.
Hey.. Firstly replace teeth with implant or bridge to get the feeling back that you have teeth now... ☺ alongside fillings done if any n visit your dentist every six month for follow up n scaling..
Hi there ....please visit a nearby dentist to first get all the cavities filled...
Try to replace her lost teeth...
To arrest the caries...best way is to clean the teeth properly twice daily...use a mouthrinse after every meal...
You can also use GC Tooth mousse plus...
Periodic visits to dentist, please do cleaning and filling if required. Please replace lost molar tooth, she will feel better.
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