Is It Dangerous To Pull Out Healthy Teeth?
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The condition of teeth that are piled up or the condition of teeth that are partially embedded in the gums can also be referred to as the condition of tooth impaction. This condition often occurs in wisdom teeth that grow in the back jaw, generally starting to grow at around the age of 17-20 years. Some of the factors that can affect are jaw size that is too small so that there is no room for wisdom teeth to appear so that there can be a condition of teeth that accumulate, teeth grow sideways, condition of the irregular arrangement of teeth.
The condition of stacked teeth can cause several symptoms, including:
Pain in the dental area that is piled up.
Plaque collection is easy to occur, can cause the formation of tartar and cause infection in the teeth and gums.
Pain when chewing food.
One way to treat this condition is by consulting a dentist. Orthodontist is one of the dental specialties who have the competence to manage the teeth well. Tooth extraction which is in a piled or impaction condition is a method that has been done and is safe to do, of course, the specialist determines the action by considering the advantages and disadvantages obtained from the action. It should be noted there are still post-operative side effects that you can feel such as pain in the post-operative area, swelling in the operating area, bleeding, difficulty eating for several days. For more detailed information about surgery, please consult with the dentist regarding the procedure.
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