I have a milk tooth that has not fallen. An adult tooth grows through my gums. My milk tooth is loose and causes pain. What to do?
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You need to extract your milk tooth within its shedding time by consulting your local dentist. This gives a clear path for the permanent tooth to erupt. Now, you need to extract your milk tooth and you may require an orthodontic procedure to correct your misalignment of a permanent tooth. Kindly send me an image to guide you further.
You have a retained deciduous tooth.Probable diagnosis:
A retained deciduous tooth can cause misalignment of a permanent tooth.Treatment plan:
You need to have an extraction of milk tooth followed by orthodontic treatment.Regarding follow up:
Have a follow-up at any time. Kindly send an image.
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