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What You Can Do About Loose Teeth As An Adult

What You Can Do About Loose Teeth As An Adult

If any of your teeth feel loose in adulthood, it’s important to schedule a visit with your dentist as soon as possible.

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

 

Sore Gums: What You Can Do To Relieve The Pain

Sore Gums: What You Can Do To Relieve The Pain

When your gums feel sore, it can be hard to concentrate on anything else. That type of pain isn’t easy to ignore. And ignore you shouldn’t for it could be a sign of something more serious.

Written By Jennifer Raskin / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

Loose Teeth – What To Do About Them?

Loose Teeth – What To Do About Them?

Here are some of the primary reasons and causes for concern when an adult experiences loose teeth.

Written By Abigail Wise / Reviewed By Ray Spotts

 

 

Loose Tooth Treatment Methods

Loose Tooth Treatment Methods

Most treatments for loose teeth come at a great cost, with hundreds of dollars spent on deep cleanings, bone grafting and gum grafting in order to save a single tooth. Extractions are reserved for the most severely loose teeth, which then require tooth replacement with appliances such as dental implants, which can cost over a thousand dollars. Response to therapy is normally evident within the first year after treatment. Teeth with mobility typically do not respond to treatment as well as teeth infected with periodontal disease that exhibit no mobility.
Loose Teeth: Progression, Dangers And Prevention

Loose Teeth: Progression, Dangers And Prevention

Loose teeth are a sign that there are underlying health conditions. Periodontal disease causes loose teeth and is also associated with heart attack, stroke, diabetes and other systemic health conditions.
Loose Teeth Causes, Signs And Symptoms

Loose Teeth Causes, Signs And Symptoms

What causes loose teeth? Loose teeth are caused by the presence of bacteria and periodontal disease under the gums around the teeth. As the disease worsens, the gum pockets deepen due to loss of attachment structure. The bacteria from gingivitis and gum disease cause the body to destroy bone and gum tissue around the teeth, which are meant to hold the teeth in place.
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