Dec 07, · Enamel — or the tough, outer covering of your teeth — is one of the strongest substances in your body. But it does have it limits. A forceful blow or excessive wear and tear can cause teeth to. Jan 06, · DD just had a tooth pulled this week because it wasn't loosening on it's own and the adult tooth was already in. powellrj DIS Veteran. Joined Mar 2, Oct 20, DS had the worst teeth. Some stuck in the gums, some coming out in front of or behind the baby teeth which were not budging. A complete mess we called his shark teeth.
Why is the root of my tooth still stuck there? Your adult teeth are quite durable and at the base they are connected by 4-prong roots. These can end up being retained in your jaw if a tooth is broken, or even stuck in your gums. Jan 29, · But, if you're an adult and have a loose tooth, you'll need to improve your dental hygiene. Teeth are made up of layers of living tissue with a hard enamel exterior. This enamel is made up of minerals that can be damaged by bacteria (demineralization) through acids which causes cavities and other dental problems%(48).
Adult teeth can have roots that reach up to your sinuses, or they can curl or twist. The roots can be calcified and hard as bone. You need a professional to remove the tooth and the roots, so that you don't get an abscess - an infected pocket that can be painful and cause health problems.