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Consequences of Missing Teeth

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  • 1. Consequences of Missing Teeth For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 2. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • Degeneration, shifting or tip into the empty space due to the loss of teeth
    For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 3. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • Over eruption of teeth happens if there is a tooth directly above or below the space and there will not be anything to prevent it from coming out of the gum tissue
    For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 4. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • Missing teeth if not replaced causes movements like decay of teeth/gum problem ,which can lead to loss of other teeth.
    • As you lose more teeth, you will be forced to chew in other areas, and this often leads to tooth fracture from overloading, excessive wear and or TMJ (jaw joint) problems
    Decay of Teeth and loss of teeth Fractured Tooth For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 5. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • A tooth has many functions some being to chew, to speak, to keep the facial muscles and tissue in a proper position, to smile, and to keep the other teeth from shifting . Once a tooth is lost this whole balance is disrupted and it leads to many various problems
    For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 6. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • As adults we have three molar teeth and we do most (about 80%) of our chewing from the first molar to the first premolar/canine area. About 20% is done in the second molar area, and very little is done in the wisdom teeth area
    For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 7. Consequences of Missing Teeth
    • Crowding of teeth is experienced in kids if they loose baby teeth early
    • Baby teeth are generally not replaced with another tooth; however, an appliance ( space maintainer ) is often placed until the permanent tooth erupts
    Crowding Space Maintainer For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 8. About Smile Care
    • Author Name : “Dr. Rachana Bhama”
    • Smile Care® has spearheaded the cause of modern
    • dentistry in India through its multitude of activities in the
    • field of dentistry.
    • Smile Care® is involved in Clinical Services, Continuing
    • Education, Clinical Research, Public Awareness and
    • Scientific Publication in the field of dentistry and offers
    • the synergistic benefit of these activities to all its clients.
    For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 9. Contact Details Email: [email_address] Tel: 91 -22-26400188 / 83 Fax 91-22-26416342 For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com Smile Care Clinic Bandra, Vashi, Nashik, Kolhapur
  • 10. For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com
  • 11. Issued in Public Interest by For more details visit http://www.smilecareworld.com

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