Is It Dangerous To Pull Out 2 Teeth At Once?
Good evening ……. I want to ask this? My upper molars have cavities and only the roots are left. R nI plan to pull out 2 teeth at the same time is it dangerous? R nCan it damage the eyes? R nThank you for the answer.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Tooth extraction is indeed a medical procedure that is often performed when there is a problem with the teeth. However, before deciding to extract a tooth, it helps to know the reason for the need to extract a tooth. Among others are:
Infections of the teeth, which cannot be cured other than extraction
Teeth that are stacked in position
Wisdom teeth that grow abnormally
Other oral and dental diseases such as gum infection
The need to straighten teeth when using braces or braces
Regarding your question, in general there is no problem extracting two or more teeth at the same time. But what you should know, pulling out two teeth at once, especially molars, means that it requires you to undergo surgery and open your mouth longer. This can lead to fatigue, and not to mention that the pain it can cause is greater than pulling out one by one.
So, our advice is that you should consult your dentist again about your problem, so that your dentist can determine what action is most appropriate for your specific condition. Regarding the connection with eye damage, this is not common.
Meanwhile, keep taking care of your teeth by regularly rinsing with mouthwash and using dental floss, brush your teeth with soft bristles at least 2x a day with up-down or circular motions instead of left and right. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa