Article | 2021-08-23 04:01:38
Watch Out for Loose Teeth That You Don't Notice
Loose teeth are a problem that often occurs in teeth caused by disease or injury to the gums or bones that support the teeth. Tooth luxation can occur due to a decrease in the height of the supporting bone of the tooth or the widening of the tooth root attachment. Loss of attachment and increased bone breakdown and increased tooth wiggling can be exacerbated by excessive biting loads. The factor most often involved in the occurrence of loose teeth is the buildup of plaque that has accumulated. Loose teeth are diseases of the tooth supporting tissue caused by damage to the supporting bones of the teeth, excessive biting load, and the spread of inflammation from the gums to the deeper supporting tissues of the teeth.
Tooth luxation has a degree of severity, namely:
Grade I when the gear is swung up to 1 mm in a horizontal direction.
Grade II when shaking is between 1-2 mm in horizontal direction.
Grade III when the tooth sways more than 2 mm and may be accompanied by vertical displacement.
A loose tooth is a sign of tooth-supporting tissue disease. This disease is caused by the interaction of dental plaque bacteria. Periodontal disease is simply divided into inflammation of the gums and inflammation of the tissues supporting the teeth. Gingivitis only occurs in the gum tissue. Whereas in the inflammation of the tooth supporting tissue, these changes extend to deeper tissue in the bone supporting the teeth. Tooth supporting tissue disease can be a common cause of tooth loss in the elderly and a potential source of oral infections.
The most important factor affecting the severity of damage to the tooth supporting tissue is poor oral hygiene. Oral hygiene depends on the amount of dirt and tartar in the mouth. Debris is leftover food in the mouth that cannot be removed by simply gargling. Plaque if left for longer will develop into tartar (calculus), this is due to the calcium phosphate stored in it.
Therefore, to prevent loose teeth, do regular tartar cleaning to the dentist every 6 months.Always consult your dental and oral health problems with the best dentists and dental clinics in Bali.
BIA Dental Center
Jl. Sunset Road No.86A, Seminyak, Badung, Bali Indonesia 80361.