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tooth loss (edentulism) 

Tooth Loss (Edentulism): Causes, Prevention, Complications, Treatment

Tooth Loss (Edentulism): Causes, Prevention, Complications, Treatment

patient education

Tooth loss (also called edentulism) is a process in which one or more of your teeth come loose and eventually fall out. Tooth loss process is normal for babies, which are replaced by a person's adult teeth later. If a person is losing teeth for other reasons, it is quite undesirable.

Missing Front Teeth, Chipping of Front Teeth and its Replacement

Missing Front Teeth, Chipping of Front Teeth and its Replacement

patient education

Loss of front teeth can be serious and problematic trauma for anyone. An obvious consequence of a missing front tooth would be a gap or a space due to the missing teeth. This gap would be the first thing to get noticed, every time you smile.

Loose Tooth Treatment: How Do You Strengthen a Loose Tooth?

Loose Tooth Treatment: How Do You Strengthen a Loose Tooth?

patient education

A loose tooth is a problem faced by many people. People may experience loose front tooth, loose molars or loose both teeth. One might worry can a loose tooth be saved? Can you fix a loose tooth? Can a loose tooth be fixed? The answer to this question is a simple Yes. Check out how.

Loose Adult Tooth, Loose Tooth Pain in Adults

Loose Adult Tooth, Loose Tooth Pain in Adults

patient education

Loose teeth are very common in children. But loose permanent teeth in adults are a major concern because it may indicate some problems with the bone or ligaments securing the teeth in place. Loose teeth can be slightly loose or persistently loose which may require immediate attention.

Loose Wisdom Tooth Treatment in Adults: Wisdom Teeth Removal and Extraction

Loose Wisdom Tooth Treatment in Adults: Wisdom Teeth Removal and Extraction

patient education

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars that appear in adulthood usually between ages 17 and 21. The position of some wisdom teeth is such that it is difficult to clean them. This increases the risk for various diseases. Your dentist will consider many factors to decide whether the loose tooth can be repaired.