Handling For Cavities?
I want to ask the condition of my bottom Graham tooth right and left with a tooth condition left there are only a few actions to be taken what is it Yes Do I have to take it off? My complaint is I feel afraid to pull it out please give me input about tooth extraction Thank you 😊
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Basically, cavities will always be tried to be repaired by patching first. If indeed filling is not possible (for example because the teeth are very fragile or only have tooth roots left), then tooth extraction must be done and the installation of dentures will be recommended.
Tooth extraction must be done to prevent infection of the gums and tissues around the teeth. Infection of the teeth and mouth is not an infection that can be considered trivial. This kind of infection can cause damage to the tissues around the teeth (so that it can cause facial holes), the infection can also spread to the heart, to the blood, and throughout the body. This condition can be dangerous if not treated immediately. If what you fear in the process of tooth extraction is pain during the extraction, then you need to know that the pain that occurs when your teeth have an infection will be much more painful than the pain during tooth extraction. Dentists will usually use local anesthesia (local anesthesia) to help reduce pain during tooth extraction and after tooth extraction, the dentist will also prescribe painkillers to make you feel more comfortable.
After tooth extraction, you will be advised to install dentures (the types can vary, you can ask your dentist directly to find out which type best suits your tooth condition and needs). It is also important to prevent eating disorders (because there are missing teeth), and to prevent the shifting of other teeth (if there is empty space on the gums, other teeth will shift to fill the empty space). This can cause your teeth to become more messy and potentially cause dental malocclusion (your upper and lower teeth can't close properly).
We recommend that you directly consult the condition of your teeth with a dentist.
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