some dentists that pull teeth that could be saved (I had one come in yesterday), so I would advise you to get another opinion before you agree to remove the tooth.
cleaning under the gums to remove calculus. In my experience, a minority of people need such a treatment. The same is true for recall exams. If you are a person with active dental problems, then a 6-month recall makes a lot of sense. But if you typically have only minor dental issues, a yearly of even bi yearly exam makes more sense. This is what I recommend to most of my patients. A dentist who has experience should be able to make a judgement about how long an interval is sensible.
May have been some recent
Movement of the teeth causing this issue.
If the teeth in the back are meeting edge to edge , something has to be done to
make the upper teeth protrude a
little the easiest thing is to
Put a filling on the outside
Of the tooth that should help