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48 Possible Causes for Loose Tooth, Premature Loss of Teeth

  • Papillon Lefevre Disease

    A 25-year-old female presented with the complaints of thickening of skin over palms and soles and recurrent episodes of swollen gums with premature loss of teeth since her[] Figures 2 and 3: Intra oral view showing premature loss of teeth.[] loss of both deciduous and permanent teeth.[]

  • Periodontitis

    That will proceed until you will loose the tooth or the disease will be treated in the right way.[] A common problem on some sheep farms causing premature loss of teeth and culling of the sheep. The specific cause is undetermined. Called also peridentitis.[] Loss of support causes the teeth to become loose and eventually fall out. Periodontitis is the primary cause of tooth loss in adults.[]

  • Dental Caries

    Symptoms of "loose or separating teeth" and "pus in your tooth" were associated with dental caries by low SES participants, while "bleeding while brushing, flossing or eating[] Premature loss of deciduous teeth may shift the adjacent teeth, hindering eruption of their permanent successors.[] Attrition : Tooth surface or occlusal surfaces which are attrited loose the surface enamel and the subsurface enamel is exposed which is more prone to caries.[]

  • Pyorrhea

    If the disease continues, eventually so much bone is lost that the tooth may become painfully loose.[] In very advanced periodontitis, the teeth can actually fall out or may have to be removed because of infection. Gum disease is the major cause of premature tooth loss.[] It prevents premature greying of hair, hair loss and promotes hair and nail growth. It enhances eye sight, keeps the mouth clean, and nourishes bones and teeth.[]

  • Premature Tooth Eruption

    New Tooth Eruption What to do with a wiggly tooth Just as every child is different, every child’s response to a loose tooth will be different.[] The premature loss of primary teeth can cause malocclusion by reducing the space available for the permanent teeth to erupt.[] Teeth will become loose during tooth transition. There may be mild bleeding during brushing.[]

  • Gingivitis

    […] and / or bleeding of the gum bad breath loose tooth (loose teeth) pain in biting eventually losing the tooth (losing the teeth) The Four Step Treatment of Gum Disease (gingivitis[] Periodontitis spreads to your tissue and bone under your teeth’s visible layer, causing tooth loss.[] A loose tooth. A growth in your mouth (even if it’s not painful). Other signs of gum disease, like bad breath or receding gums.[]

  • Hypophosphatasia

    She lost her first tooth at 10 months of age, and a second tooth at 12 months. At 15 months, she was found to have four loose teeth.[] A tell-tale sign of HPP for dental providers is the premature loss of teeth with roots intact in the absence of trauma.[] This usually involves premature loss of teeth.[]

  • Juvenile Periodontitis

    Gingivitis is a disease in which the bone around a tooth becomes loose and eventually the tooth falls out. It is said to usually start when people are in their 20s.[] DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS: Conditions that could contribute to alveolar bone loss in the primary dentition & premature loss of primary teeth: 1. Hypophosphatasia 2.[] This is an incurable condition that can cause oral complications, such as loose teeth, jaw bone deterioration and tooth loss.[]

  • Bruxism

    Worn tooth enamel, exposing deeper layers of your tooth Increased tooth pain or sensitivity Tired or tight jaw muscles, or a locked jaw that won't open or close completely[] […] may be sensitive to hot, cold or sweet foods pain and stiffness of the jaw joint inflammation and recession of the gums premature loss of teeth (4, 5, 6) Diagnosis of bruxism[] […] in premature loss of dentition [ 8 ].[]

  • Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch Syndrome

    , aged-looking skin Head too large for face Prominent scalp veins Prominent eyes Small lower jaw (micrognathia) High-pitched voice Delayed and abnormal tooth formation Loss[] Case Report - Neonatal progeroid syndrome (Wiedemann-Rautenstrauch syndrome) in an Egyptian child with premature loss of teeth, and café au lait skin patches Abstract A female[] .: Neonatal Progeroid Syndrome (Wiedemann Rautentrauch Syndrome in an Egyptian Child with premature loss of teeth and café au lait skin patches.[]

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