Facial deformities due to teeth

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Facial deformities due to teeth

facial deformities

Facial deformities are one of the important topics that every person with them must know the reason for this happening, and today we will discuss the cause of this problem, namely the dental problem.

The factors that lead to deformities in the face as a result of deformation of the jaws are generally divided into: Congenital or during pregnancy – period
Childhood and growth – accidents and diseases…

We will present these factors, explaining their causes:

congenital or during pregnancy

These are the abnormalities that occur during the period of fetal development inside the womb, and their causes are:
The presence of the fetus in an improper position, which causes excessive pressure on the bones of the face and jaws during the period of growth and formation…
The transmission of genetically altered genes to offspring…
Imbalances or mutations in the healthy genes due to the mother’s infection with some infectious diseases and high fever…
The use of some drugs harmful to the fetus…
Exposure to various radiations during pregnancy…

Childhood and growth period

These are the factors that occur during childhood and start from immediately after birth until puberty..
Imbalances or mutations in healthy genes due to infection with some infectious diseases and high fevers…
Exposure to various radiations…
The transmission of hereditary genes to offspring, which appears only in childhood…
Some bad habits that children do that are not the focus of parents’ attention…

Accidents and diseases

It occurs at any age, either as a result of accidents, various injuries, and severe fractures that affect the bones of the face and jaws, and they are completely healed
Incorrect or accompanied by the loss of part of those bones or those that affect the growth centers of the jaw bones during the growth period..
The second factor is the result of various diseases, including malignant tumors and some benign tumors that are required with them
Removing part of those bones during the surgical treatment of these tumors.. Also, inflammatory and erosive joint diseases that may affect
The temporomandibular joint…

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