Remove The Upper Teeth, Is It A Risk To The Eyes?
Good night, I have teeth growing on the top but if usually the tearing is on the outside I grow on the inside and it’s very annoying, sometimes the tongue hurts. If I want to pull it out will it be risky? Because I often hear when I pull a tooth the upper part is risky to the eyes. thanks.
Teeth can be repaired with dental braces, but to make room for the dentist can remove the tooth first. In this case, tooth extraction is a safe action as long as it is done by a dentist.
You don't have to worry about pulling out your teeth and eyes. Even though it is close, pulling out the tooth will not affect the eye area. Even if there are complications, they do not reach the eyes. Some complications of tooth extraction include infection due to poor oral hygiene and smoking habits, pain, and numbness in the gums, pupu, mouth and chin areas.
To minimize the risk of complications, it is highly recommended to perform tooth extraction only with the dentist and to follow the dentist's recommendations regarding post-extraction care at home. You can consult further with the nearest dentist so that you can first check the condition of your teeth and jaw and then be given proper treatment.
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