Yes, that is why the dentist or orthodontist takes the proper x-rays before bracketing the teeth. Later during the treatment, root inclinations should be considered too, and that could only be seen if more x-rays (panoramic) are taken.
I used to have braces and faced the same problem. Instead of putting a bracket on that baby tooth, they justleave the wire that connects the brackets near the top of the tooth. After you lose the baby tooth and the new one growns in, a bracket will be glued on.
Well they attach a bracket to the impacted tooth and then attach a chain to that bracket and then to your wire on your braces. Every time you go to the orthodontist, they remove a link in the chain and in before you know your tooth will break through the gum. I had this done about two years ago.
A tooth isn't just considered bone - it is bone.
It is most likely detached from the tooth, the best course of action will be to consult an Orthodontist so they can re-glue the bracket. There are no real problems, it just means that particular tooth with no bracket won't be moved by the braces, but it will probably be moved by the other teeth around them.
Yes, a mammoth tooth would be considered as a fossil.
Rip it out by putting your right/left hand's index and thumb on the tooth and grip tightly and pull it out.
no it will grow back and once it does fully the orthodontist will put a bracket on taht tooth too.
caries in the dental field is part of tooth decay that consists of the decalcification of the enamel of the tooth. In other words this is considered tooth decay.
Broken braces (brackets)Broken wiresLoose bandsLoose bracesWires sticking out
yes yes yes
The sugar in it does. This is why you cannot chew sugared gum. It de bonds the glue off the tooth/bracket.
No, they just remove the tooth whole.
Because like bones,it does not decompose. So it is considered a bone.
they will normally inject a local aneasthetic to numb the pain. you will then experience numbness in your jaw. Once the aneasthetic takes affect, the only feeling you will have is your tooth being pulled out. no pain. maybe slight pain. Source: i am a dentist
There are many steps to bond orthodontic brackets but usually this is the process: First the teeth are cleaned using pumice to remove any debris. Second the teeth are acid etched between 15 and 40 seconds, and the teeth are given a good rinse followed by a blast of air to dry them. Next, a bonding agent is placed on the tooth surface where the bracket is going to be placed, and on the back of the bracket as well. Some clinics will place ortho cement on the back of the bracket for better adhesion. Finally the operator places the bracket directly on the prepared tooth surface, adjusts it as necessary, and light cures it to set the bracket it place.
yes because i woke up at midnight(i wasnt asleep) only to find my mum taking my tooth and putting down a £5 note
Yes, you can eat before you have a tooth pulled.Check this out with your dentist, please: If your dentist will be using a general anesthetic, it IS NOT a good idea to eat before your appointment.
No sorry. I have tried that before when I was little. The tooth fairy knows when you actually lose your tooth, like how Santa knows when you're good or bad.
no you can loose your tooth anytime any way the tooth fairy is just your mom and dad
Yes you can! I had not lost all my baby teeth before I had braces, so they simply removed them and put the brackets on around the gaps. An orthodontist will most likely put the braces on, but skip your loose tooth, as the brackets are put on individually. Once it falls out and starts to grow in, they'll put a bracket on it to join the others in the treatment. Hope this helps!
you just keep putting the cloth/cotton wool on it and that's all you can do...
Your teeth are part of your digestive system. Tooth decay weakens a tooth and affects the way a person bites and chews food.
Apply some clove oil to the place where your tooth was before smoking.