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Home Remedies For Narrow Palate
No need to fix: A narrow palate usually doesn't have to be fixed unless it causes a problem with the bite (the way the teeth come together). If there is a malocclusion problem, this is fixed by the orthodontist using braces usually. The tongue will then not seem so wide. It is very rare for an adult to need tongue reduction surgery. ...Read more
What to do if I have braces right now and i was wondering if the rubber bands will help expand my narrow palate?
Absolutely not: Spacers make room between teeth for placement of metal bands on back teeth. Braces ; wires align teeth. At 37 the 2 halves of your upper jaw have fused to each other ; to the other bones in your skull. Palatial expansion therefore mandates an expansion appliance + jaw surgery. See a qualified orthodontic specialist and inquire about "sarp.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if i need them cause I have an impacted canine and a narrow palate. What are some things I should do before i get braces on?
Can you tell me what to do if i need them cause I have an impacted canine and a narrow palate. What are some things I should do before i get braces on?
What to do: It's very simple. First, find the best orthodontist in your area through recommendations of trusted individuals. Second, understand your options and what is planned and why. Third, if necessary go for a second and even third opinion with other orthodontists. Finally, go ahead with treatment with the doctor whom you trust the most and who makes the most sense in what he\she is recommending. ...Read more
Depends: There are several treatment options. A child might need a rapid palatal expansion device to round out their arch while having braces to align their teeth. An adult might need a surgically assisted palatal expansion to allow the upper arch to expand with braces to align the teeth. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there a special toothbrush for cleaning your wisdom teeth? Have high narrow palate so hard to reach
Not necessarily...: However, a power toothbrush may help you reach those areas easier and may be slightly more efficient. I use a manual brush, but many of my patients like the oral-b professional or a sonicare. I've tried both as well and they seem to be easy to use. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Narrow Palate, tongue resting on molars because of size, stuffy nose (not runny) and frothy saliva . can it be all related and be treated?
Narrow Arch: Patients with a narrow maxillary arch (and high palatal vault) often have upper airway problems. Mouth breathing can have adverse effects on facial growth. At this stage you should consult with an oral surgeon and orthodontist to determine what treatment options you have to correct your malocclusion and allow for better breathing. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2741199/ ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dentist.: The more important question is why is your hard palate swelling? This is not normal. It can be due to oral habits, allergies to certain foods, a simple irritation by certain foods such as grapefruits or other citrus fruits, etc.... I would recommend a visit to a dentist. If they can't identify the problem, see a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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