Is It True That Extracting Molars Will Cause Blindness And Brain Nerve Disorders?
Hello doctor, I want to ask, is it true that tooth picking graham caused by toothache will have an impact in the future, such as blindness and nerve disorders in the brain?
Tooth extraction is done if there are indications, for example, pile teeth, recurrent dental infections despite medication, wisdom teeth that cause complaints, periodontal disease, and if the tooth condition causes interference to the body.
Tooth extraction is a safe action taken as long as indicated and performed by a dentist. Tooth extractions generally rarely cause complications, but after tooth extraction, swelling and pain can occur in the extracted part. These complaints will improve in the next 1-3 days.
Associated with the eye and brain, tooth extraction itself is not related to blindness or nerve disorders. However, if there is an infection in the tooth that is not handled properly, the infection can sometimes spread to the surrounding tissue. Therefore, dentists will generally delay tooth extraction until the infection is resolved.
If you experience complaints of toothache, I suggest that you see a dentist directly so that you can be given the right treatment.
Hope it helps you,