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1,292 Possible Causes for Loose Tooth, Premature Loss of Teeth, Suppurative Inflammation

  • Periodontitis

    Chronic nonsuppurative inflammation is PERIAPICAL GRANULOMA. Suppurative inflammation is PERIAPICAL ABSCESS.[] 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.[]

  • 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.[]

  • 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 .[]

    Missing: Suppurative Inflammation
  • Dental Caries

    Ludwig described indurated edema of the submandibular and sublingual areas with minimal throat inflammation but without lymph node involvement or suppuration.[] 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.[]

  • Pyorrhea

    […] of the peridental membrane Riggs’ disease Chronic suppurative pericementitis 14.[] 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.[]

  • Juvenile Periodontitis

    Non-destructive phase: Tissues appear pink with some stippling Lack of inflammation Probing will reveal deep pockets Bone & attachment levels relatively stable Some[] 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.[] This is an incurable condition that can cause oral complications, such as loose teeth, jaw bone deterioration and tooth loss.[]

  • Lingular Tonsillitis

    ) (toxic) (ulcerative) (vesicular) (viral) - J03.90 Information for Patients Tonsillitis Also called: Tonsil Inflammation What are tonsils?[] Rarely, a tooth may be injured by this instrument, and the risk is much higher if a tooth is loose or decayed prior to surgery.[] The necrotised tooth will be raised, it is loose and painful during biting or even if it is touched.[]

    Missing: Premature Loss of Teeth
  • Ludwig's Angina

    Ludwig described indurated edema of the submandibular and sublingual areas with minimal throat inflammation but without lymph node involvement or suppuration.[] […] orthodontic wire, a denture that doesn’t fit, or a sharp edge from a broken tooth or filling.[] Lodged Foreign Bodies Oral thrush Pizza Palate Scrotal Tongue Six Uncommon Oral Health Problems Cause Mouth sores can be caused by bacterial, viral or fungal infections, a loose[]

    Missing: Premature Loss of Teeth
  • Acute Pericoronitis

    Tooth or root fracture: inflammation, pocketing and/or suppuration may be the presenting signs of a vertical root fracture.[] Fillings, with or without RCT, extraction Tooth luxation Loose tooth Clinical examination and radiography Aspiration, pulpitis, and sequelae Splinting, with or without RCT[] PERIODONTITIS Periodontitis damages the tissue and bone that support a tooth and can cause the tooth to become loose.[]

    Missing: Premature Loss of 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.[]

    Missing: Suppurative Inflammation