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Adults Should Not Have Loose Teeth


Posted on 12/20/2017 by Dr. Todd Rogers
Loose Teeth Todd Rogers Dental CO 80920
When you go to the dentist to get a cleaning or an exam and they notice that your teeth are loose, this can be a serious sign of something wrong.

Adults should not have loose teeth. They should have roots that are impacted into the gums and provide the strong hold that is needed.

When it comes to this, it is important to make sure that you have a dentist look at the teeth and find the reason why the teeth in the mouth are loose, especially when they belong to an adult.

Reasons for Loose Teeth in Adults


There are many reasons for an adult to have loose teeth. When it comes to having one of these things, you need to ensure that you are taking care of them in the best way. This means having a treatment plan in place depending on why your teeth are loose and coming up with a way to make sure that they stay in the mouth for a longer period of time.

Periodontal disease is one of the leading causes of loose or missing teeth in adults. In addition to this, many adults that have serious problems within their mouth can lose the bone in their jaw, which also comes from not having teeth in those areas, as well.

When it comes to losing out on these teeth, you need to make sure that you are seen and treated for the condition so that you do not lose all of your teeth in the process, as this is something that you do not want to go through.

If you have loose teeth in the mouth and you are unsure of why, give our dental office a call. We would be more than happy to come out and provide you with more information than ever regarding the loose teeth and the best course of action you should take.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us at (719) 357-4425 today.

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