Rare! A man made a denture film and accidentally found a tooth growing near his nasal cavity! ___________

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 Rare! A man made a denture film and accidentally found a tooth growing near his nasal cavity! ___________


The doctor held up the film and explained, Normal peoples teeth should be in their original position. They did not erupt in the right position. They grew heterotopically, up close to the nasal cavity and maxillary sinus.

This tooth is close to the nasal passage. How did the teeth get into the nostrils? The doctor explained that when people change their upper teeth, they grow downwards. But when Mr. Yang lost his deciduous teeth, his new teeth grew upwards, and as a result, they drilled into the nasal cavity. Since there was no obvious pain and other symptoms, Mr. Yang has not found that at the age of 18, he made porcelain teeth in the missing position. Until recently, because of loosening of porcelain teeth and inflammation of gums, it was not found that the teeth were in the wrong place when they went to the hospital.

The director of the dental center of the hospital said, The periapical periodontitis was induced. He is still not good after root canal treatment, so we must pull out this tooth.

One hour later, Mr. Yangs ectopic tooth was removed. The extracted teeth are about the same size as normal teeth, with strange shapes, thick upper and thin lower. Doctors say that the most likely sites for ectopic teeth are the mandible on both sides and the upper jaw, such as wisdom teeth. It is very rare for a person like Mr. Yang to grow in his nose. The cause of the disease is related to trauma and inflammation during the development of his teeth.

The director of the dental center of the hospital said: Generally, the babys deciduous teeth have been replaced. At the age of 12 or so, if some of the teeth have not been replaced at this time, or if the teeth have fallen out, and have not grown out for a long time, we must go to the hospital to take a film to see it. Source: Look at the responsible editor of news: Liu Yuxin_NBJS7825

The director of the dental center of the hospital said: Generally, the babys deciduous teeth have been replaced. At the age of 12 or so, if some of the teeth have not been replaced at this time, or if the teeth have fallen out, and have not grown out for a long time, we must go to the hospital to take a film to see it.