In our previous blog post, we discussed the various causes of over-retained primary teeth in children. Here, we’ll discuss the different treatment procedures for this dental condition. With several technological advances in dentistry, there are many short-term and long-term dental solutions available for over-retained primary teeth.
Retain Primary Teeth
If the coronal structure and the root of the teeth are in good condition, it means their functionality and aesthetic appearance Read more [...]
Humans possess two sets of teeth in their lifetime. The first set of teeth is known as primary teeth, baby teeth or milk teeth and the second set is known as permanent teeth. Primary teeth develop even before we’re born and they erupt during infancy and continue to remain intact until we reach the age of six. After this, the primary teeth gradually begin to exfoliate and make way for the permanent teeth.
However, in some cases, the permanent teeth cease to come out at its expected time as the Read more [...]