Location Of Injection Of Dental Anesthesia And The Effects Caused?
Hello, I want to ask my top uneven teeth there are protruding fore one and the teeth behind them are clinging and it is very uncomfortable. So can it be revoked? And if it is revoked it will definitely be injected first or not? And the injection isn’t in the teeth or are they gums?
Hello Rahmaa, Thank you for the question.
Having an uneven tooth position, in addition to being able to interfere with appearance, this condition can also cause a number of disorders such as food chewing disorders, tooth decay due to abnormal chewing processes, tooth decay due to food scraps that can accumulate in certain tooth areas making it difficult to clean, and tension in the mouth and jaw muscles. Whether or not you need a tooth extraction, you should first consult with your dentist because usually to resolve uneven teeth, the doctor will recommend the installation of braces / stirrup. If after examining your teeth, the condition of your teeth is difficult to overcome with the use of braces, then tooth extraction may be done if the teeth are very dense and not neat. Before the tooth extraction is performed, the doctor will give an anesthetic injection in the gum area. Please ask about the details of this procedure with your dentist. Meanwhile, you are still advised to always maintain healthy teeth by brushing your teeth regularly twice a day, you can also use an antiseptic mouthwash if needed.
I hope this helps.