The most common toothy tooth problem is chipped or dentin that has been exposed to water or a cold environment, said Dr. John J. Wirth, associate professor of pediatrics and head of the Department of Osteopathic Dentistry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
These dentin deposits can also be caused by an infection or disease, he said.
The most common cause of toothy, according to Wirth and other experts, is an infection.
Tooth infections can be caused either by the common cold or a virus, but infections of the mouth, particularly tooth infections, can also cause toothy problems, Wirth said.
A tooth infection can cause a tooth to turn gray, hard or chipped.
The dentin can also become brittle or chipy, causing it to fall out.
A tooth infection usually starts when the tooth erupts and the tooth starts to break apart.
The problem can be reversed, but that often requires treatment with a combination of oral medicine, fluoride and other medications.
The symptoms of tooth infections vary depending on which type of tooth infection you have, Wires said.
A small amount of tooth-infected tooth can cause no symptoms.
A large amount of the tooth infection is painful and causes some symptoms, such as pain and swelling.
Tooth infections may affect the whole jaw, making it difficult to hold a normal smile.
Treatment for toothy infections includes a tooth extractor and toothpaste.
A dentist can also replace the tooth to treat the infection and repair the affected jaw.
If the tooth is still not healing, Wiring said, a specialist may need to put a tooth root implant in the affected area to make the tooth look better.
Wirth said the most common tooth infections that cause tooties are caused by a common cold, which can also affect a tooth, or a viral infection, which causes a tooth infection that doesn’t cause tooth damage, but can make the affected tooth brittle or crack.
He said the virus can be passed from one person to another and cause the same type of problem.
A person who has been infected with a virus can also have to have a root canal to remove any tooth from their mouth.
But a root can be a risky procedure because of the risk of infection.
Tooth infections also can occur in people who have had a serious surgery or procedure.
The surgeon or doctor who removes the tooth will also need to have the tooth removed, and the person with the infection needs to be checked and treated to make sure they are free of any other infection, Withers said.
If someone has an infection of the jaw, the dentist will need to remove the tooth in order to correct the problem, Wears said.