The best thing would be to have a filling put in the tooth. But if the tooth is going to fall out soon, the dentist may recommend pulling it instead. Have it looked at by a dentist and then do what you think is best.
Whatever you do don't pull it out yourself. See a dentist its not that bad, honestly..lolFill the ToothPulling a baby tooth too early can cause other teeth to move forward and cause misaligned teeth.
It depends on the age of the child and which tooth it is. If the tooth is about to fall out, then pulling the tooth isn't a bad option. Some "baby teeth" stick around until age 11 or 12 or even 13 sometimes, so if it is a young child, pulling the wrong baby tooth could cause severe misalignment. You really need a dentist's opinion on this matter.
If this is an adult patient with a retained baby tooth, and the adult tooth never came in, well they should probably keep the tooth because there is no "replacement" on the way.
Yes, with the way braces are designed now, anyone can get braces if they need them. They will still work the same and do the job even if you have small roots.
If you were to place a stone close to a tree it would stunt the growth of the roots. Small rocks will just be broken by the roots, but regardless it still has a bad effect on the trees ability to grow.
Yes, this act still exists today. It has grown from its small roots when it was first approved by F.D.R. to a company which provides local citizens with an extensive structure of electricity.
When you cut the tree down the roots will live on and continue to support your slope. Slowly another tree will start to grow. However, if you kill the roots they will eventually rot out and your slope will lose it's support.
My hairdresser told me that when you've finished rinsing the shampoo out of your hair in the shower, you should rinse it again with cold water. Hot water stimulates the roots of your hair to produce the oil, so if you use cold water last, it should improve your hair's condition.
Well, you will start to see your natural hair colour at the top of your head, it will only be a small line, these will be your roots, some people like to leave their roots so they can get a nice faded hair colour, but if you still want your solid colour I suggest going for a touch up. Hope this helped:)
Yes, the retainer will still fit properly. The filling fills a hole on the inside of the tooth, and the retainer covers the outside of the teeth so the cavity is not affected.
is to help the plant stand still
Yes, the roots are always growing...however, if you cut off the roots of a tree, the branches will not grow.
No they are not still a plant. When they are picked they don't have their vitamins, food or their roots.