The teeth under my mandibular denture are inflamed. The doctor suggested that I remove it for treatment and reinstall the denture. 1. Do you need to punch holes in the abutment if you install the denture again? 2. Will it become inflamed and need to be removed after reinstallation? 3. In case the teeth under the denture need to be pulled out, do you need to install the denture again? In that case, the two die teeth on the right side of the lower jaw will be gone. Would you like to install them again? The film of the teeth is shown in the picture.
The inflammation under the denture needs to be relieved by taking anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs. After the inflammation is eliminated, the denture can be reinstalled. Generally, it will not be inflamed. The specific situation should be determined according to the personal oral teeth. If the symptoms are serious, it is recommended to go to a larger hospital for examination and effective treatment.
If the residual root below the denture does not retain the meaning, it is generally recommended to remove after removing the inflammation and take appropriate remedial measures or dental implant or denture after extraction. What you need is your physical condition. If there is no diabetes or serious blood system diseases, you can usually plant teeth, but the cost is relatively high.
First of all, for this situation, we should remove the crown first. After removal, the crown can no longer be used. We should check the condition of the remaining tooth tissue. If it is OK, we should try our best to keep them. It may be necessary to do root canal treatment of the teeth.