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Theeth erupting and inrupting

Meowxilla
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I have questions about teeth. As i know that if you let theet not be in contact they erupt. By same logic can you push back theeth inside with clenching or chewing.

I know clenching is bad. Just want to know if it's possible to push theeth back. Does that happen when you chew?

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Topic starter Posted : 10/01/2021 4:15 pm
krollic
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No, chewing will not do that. Chewing, if anything helps stimulate your teeth to erupt and align. As the tooth erupts, the cavity behind it fills up with bony matter.

Maybe if you were clenching all the time they might be forced back into the jaws? 

you got an extra h in teeth there btw mate lol

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Posted : 10/01/2021 5:01 pm
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Meowxilla
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@krollic

My grammar sucks and vocabulary too...

I was thinking about video i saw here

https://youtu.be/cOJQkL6ltS 0" target="true">Best Face Foward Treament

He got appliance which allowed his molars to errupt so that mandible moves down and foward. Better description is provided in video , i don't have enough focus atm to present it clearly. 

 

So i was woundering if it's possible to push teeth if we chew on them constantly...

No reverse mechanism seems weird. But that's nature. 

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Topic starter Posted : 11/01/2021 5:11 am