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Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth. Doctor gives Clohex red color mouthwash. Please reply.

10 Doctors Answered
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Bone Grafting and Splinting can be done to tighten the tooth.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Depends on severity if it is repairable your teeth can be splinted and sensoform gum paint can do wonders. Else periodontal surgery can be sought. Mere using clohex won't provide any relief in concerned problem.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
We need to examine and see why the tooth has become loose and treat the cause, so kindly visit your nearby dentist so that he can find out and start the treatment soon to save the teeth if possible.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
yes. use mouth wash regularly. do brushing twice a day. scaling every six month.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
consult a periodontist u may require gum surgery than maintain by good brushing n massage
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Have 100 mg doxycycline capsule twice a day for 7 days it will improve it.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Dental splinting is the best way.
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Take vitamin C. Massage your gums with turmeric and salt twice daily. Use Homoeopathic toothpaste heclalava by wheezal..
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Pyogum paste massage can help!
Is there any way to tighten one of the front loosen teeth...
Treatment is based on radiological examination. Kindly consult a dentist.
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