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Signs Your Teeth Might Fall Soon

Posted on 7/18/2022 by Florida Smiles Dental
Signs Your Teeth Might Fall SoonTooth loss can be devastating as it interferes with major oral cavities. Gum disease and trauma are the leading causes of tooth loss. Some of the signs that your teeth may fall include:

Loose Teeth

When you notice a loose tooth, it indicates that it is not securely anchored to the gum and might fall at any time. A loose tooth is a severe dental issue, and you need to seek advice from your dentist. A loose milk tooth is a good sign for children and should be extracted.

Bleeding Gums

If you notice you have bleeding gums, it is an indication of severe gum disease or gingivitis. The conditions progressively cause deterioration of the gums and weakening of the root of your teeth. If left untreated, your teeth will start to fall out. Any time you notice bleeding when brushing your teeth talk to your dentist immediately.

Increased Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity can occur when the pulp or nerve of a tooth is exposed to external elements. It is common in conditions such as gum disease or tooth decay. If you experience sharp or temporary pain when you take cold or hot foods can indicate an issue with your teeth.

Bad Breath

Persistent lousy breath despite regular brushing or flossing indicates an underlying dental issue. Bad breath, in most cases, shows severe forms of gum disease notorious for causing teeth loss. A dentist will identify the cause of the bad breath and manage it properly.

Teeth loss requires immediate attention before it causes other dental issues. If you stay with missing teeth for a prolonged period, the jawbone will reduce in mass and volume, and in severe cases, bone loss occurs. Bone loss causes abnormal facial symmetry, and you will appear older. Missing teeth also interfere with your self-esteem, facial symmetry, speech and chewing process.

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