Procedure For Tooth Extraction?
I just patched my teeth temporarily. In the middle of the work, caught gangrene. Can you revoke your teeth if the temporary patches are removed later?
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Basically, permanent teeth will only be pulled out if the teeth are already too fragile and cannot be repaired anymore. If the gangrene you are referring to is gangrene of the dental pulp, the therapy that your dentist will recommend is cleansing the root canals and filling the teeth. If indeed dental filling is not possible, then you will be advised to pull out your teeth.
Pulling teeth is not always the best solution to overcome the problem of cavities. After tooth extraction, it is recommended that you install dentures or dental implants to replace the extracted tooth. If it is not replaced or left blank, your other teeth may shift so that it can cause other problems such as teeth that become messy to dental malocclusion.
You should go back to your dentist to find out the best recommendations for your teeth. If indeed your teeth can still be repaired, then tooth extraction should not be done.
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