Overcoming The Remaining Roots Of Molars That Come Off Due To Caries?
. My molars 1 year ago were given PSA but they were not finished, while the temporary restriction finally fell and after long my molars had caries. A week ago the molars shook, I pulled it myself because it felt soft (brown on the base) but it still left some tooth roots. So it’s kind of broken in half. There is no pain, it’s just that need to revoke the rest? Is it really necessary to undergo general anesthesia? Is there a medicine that I have to take before withdrawing … I happen to be breastfeeding, will it be affected if my extraction and sedation affect my milk production ?? Thank you for your answer..
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The rest of the tooth root actually does not have to always be removed. Remaining tooth roots need to be removed if indeed the remaining tooth roots are infected. Even if the remaining root of the tooth is not currently infected, the remaining root of the tooth still has a higher risk of being infected (because it usually cannot be cleaned properly when brushing teeth), therefore in general dentists will recommend that the remaining root be removed and installed false teeth or dental implants in the tooth area that has been removed.
In people who can operate well (do not rebel when action is taken), giving general anesthesia is not necessary for tooth extraction, usually only local anesthesia will be given. Dental care (including local anesthesia) is safe for women who are breastfeeding and will not affect breast milk. Before the tooth extraction is done, the dentist must evaluate first, if indeed the teeth and gums are having an infection and are inflamed, then the doctor will usually give medication first to reduce the inflammation. If there are no specific problems at this time, then the revocation can be done immediately. You should immediately consult the condition of your teeth with a dentist.
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