Drugs can some time cause teeth to fall apert. Check to see if any medication you may be taking will or can effect to teeth.New AnswerYou are probably thinking of a disease called amelogenesis imperfecta. This disorder causes the enamel of the tooth to be formed imperfectly or to not form at all. This is a fairly rare disease that can be very difficult to treat.
It's called pereodontal disease and is caused by a receeding gum line so the teeth start to lean out and apart. it can be treated with pereodontal cleanings and surgery.
I can tell you from personal experience that a particular medication called Methadone Maintenance is a drug that EASILY causes teeth to just FALL APART. It causes the calcium in your body to be dangerously depleted and in turn, the first thing to become affected is your teeth. If you were to ask anyone in the field of methadone maintenance, they would tell you different, but I have spoken to many doctors and nutritionalists and they all say the same thing... If you plan on using methadone, you absolutely MUST be on at LEAST 1200 mgs of calcium a day if you are a woman ages 18-35 and a little less if you are a man or an older woman. Calcium depletion is dangerous for a multitude of reasons besides dental issues so take heed to this warning. TRUST ME - MEDICATIONS CAN CAUSE DENTAL ISSUES.
- Actually the calcium in your teeth is already "locked in" it will not be released back into the body, teeth can be decalcified on the surface by acids either from acidic foods or beverages such as citrus fruits, juices, or soda pop (even Diet Soda). If calcium is harvested from your body it comes from your bones where the turnover exists. Also, the old wives tale that pregnancy causes the calcium to be robbed from your teeth is totally false. MEDICATIONS do cause dental issues but it is because most medications can cause xerostomia or dry mouth (lack of adequate saliva). This works on several levels, first- saliva is needed to help your mouth wash away sugar and food debris naturally therefore a lack of saliva allows sugars to remain on the teeth longer providing a food source for the bacteria strep mutans and lactobacillus which produce acid from the sugar they eat, this acid is what causes tooth decay. Second, your saliva contains minerals such as calcium which are used by the tooth to remineralize or repair the earliest stage of demineralization, this process is enhanced by fluoride found in tap water, toothpaste, or ACT rinse. Third, dry mouth can also cause the bacteria in your mouth to overgrow and thrive. Saliva acts to naturally flush away free floating bacteria and help keep numbers under control. Sorry but the medication has no direct effect on teeth or causing teeth to fall apart. Amelogenesis imperfecta or dentinogenesis imperfecta can cause the enamel to "chip" apart. Tooth decay can cause the teeth to break down and at the later stages they may begin to fracture. Periodontal disease does not do anything to the teeth except let them get loose and fall out, Perio= arround, dontal = tooth. Periodontal disease is disease of the bone and gingiva around the tooth. People with periodontal disease can end up loosing teeth which are cavity free because the bone holding the tooth in is gone. Best to get a dental checkup and get the accurate info from a professional. -Registered Dental Hygienist :)
they fall apart and they are dicusting
they didnt they just had their teeth fall out or pulled them
Your teeth will eventually rot and fall out without proper dental hygiene which includes brushing and flossing.
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Teeth begin to crumble when the protective enamel wears away. This allows the teeth to break down and fall apart.
4 pairs of cheek teeth, either side. Only the front teeth engage when eating. As they wear down, they fall out, and the teeth to the rear move forward gradually to take their place.
Why did the fall of Rome create disorder in Europe?
sixteen teeth fall out altogether
Children's milk teeth naturally fall out, to be replaced by their adult teeth. Adult teeth are not replaced once they fall out.
No your hand will fall apart.
No, the sky will never fall apart.
Yes.Eventually all your teeth will fall out and get replaced by teeth that cannot fall out anymore unless you yank it out or something.
It sure can. Deprivation of nutrition can cause many dental issues but scurvy is a common cause for tooth loss in anorexic patients.
There can be a number of reasons why your cat is losing teeth. The most common reason usually is some sort of dental issue. Sadly, gingivitis and other dental diseases are becoming increasingly common in cats. Some of the signs of this is very bad breath and tooth loss. Another reason could be old age, or your cat has suffered an injury in its mouth, causing teeth to fall out. The only way to be sure is to go to the vet and have your cat checked out.
It means that Things Fall Apart. This implies first, that there are things, and then states that they fall apart. In terms of it's relation to the content of the book, it highlights many things, the reasons they fall apart, and how they fall apart, in many intricate details.
Things Fall Apart is historical fiction.
Fall Apart Art was created in 2006.
Things Fall Apart was created in 1958.
They fall apart because they are replaced by another eyewall.
There is no one with that name in Things Fall Apart.
There is no such character in Things Fall Apart.
Those are the primary teeth that fall out.
Baby teeth :)
Dental anatomy is a field of anatomy dedicated to the study of human tooth structures. The development, appearance, and classification of teeth fall within its purview. Tooth formation begins before birth, and teeth's eventual morphology is dictated during this time. Dental anatomy is also a taxonomical science: it is concerned with the naming of teeth and the structures of which they are made, this information serving a practical purpose in dental treatment. Usually, there are 20 primary ("baby") teeth and 28 to 32 permanent teeth, the last four being third molars or "wisdom teeth", each of which may or may not grow in. Among primary teeth, 10 usually are found in the maxilla (upper jaw) and the other 10 in the mandible (lower jaw). Among permanent teeth, 16 are found in the maxilla and the other 16 in the mandible. Most of the teeth have distinguishing features. Thanks