Can I Pull Out New Molars?
I am 25 years old and grow new molars next to the teeth which grow almost covering the molars. Sometimes if you eat the gum pain. And if it is pulled apart affects the nerves of other body parts …?
Tooth extraction or extraction procedures aim to remove all teeth (including tooth roots) to overcome tooth problems or problems in the tooth structure. Although it has benefits, tooth extraction must be done carefully because like most other medical procedures, tooth extraction also has the risk of side effects and contraindications.
The onset of pain in the teeth or gums on the molars can be caused by tooth impaction or inflammation of the gums (gingivitis), if indeed the disruption occurs only in the gums then the tooth extraction procedure is not necessary. Therefore you should check your dentist to ascertain the cause of your complaint and get the appropriate treatment.
Incompatible tooth extraction procedures also risk causing further inflammation and infection because the wound after extraction will be easily infected and tooth roots can be left behind and cause inflammation or infection. Discuss treatment steps that can be taken with your doctor so that you can choose the treatment that suits your conditions and needs.
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