Can I Pull My Teeth When I Have A Fever?
Is it true that if a fever is not allowed to pull teeth? and the risks that occur if forced on what?
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Fever is a reaction from the body to fight viruses, bacteria, parasites that enter the body by increasing body temperature. The tooth extraction process must consider the condition of the tooth, whether Brother Faisal pulls a tooth because of the condition of the cavities, dental caries or just because the teeth shake. If only because the teeth are rocking and there are no signs of infection in the teeth, it is still advisable to pull out teeth when the body does not have a fever anymore.
If the condition of the tooth has to be removed because of a bad tooth condition such as cavities or dental caries, you should check with your dentist, so that the initial handling of infected teeth is carried out. Because the extraction of an infected tooth when the body has a fever, it is feared that it will have an impact on the tooth extraction process.
Hope it helps, thanks.