Side Effects Of Tooth Extraction On Nerves?
sir doctor i want to ask, is it dangerous if I pull out cavities and broken teeth ,, will it harm the nerves ?? Thank you sir
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pulling teeth does not harm nerves if done correctly. In fact, in some cases, leaving the teeth unplugged can actually harm nerves.
This occurs in conditions where the teeth have decomposed, the cavities are too severe, or are so damaged that they cannot be repaired and must be removed. If left unchecked, bacteria can accumulate on the damaged teeth, grow, and then infect the root canals that are connected to the teeth. The contents of the root canal are blood vessels and nerves, so they can be affected if the tooth above is not removed and the hole is closed.
But again, the method must be right, and for that, check your teeth at the dentist. As children, maybe we really often experience teeth that fall out on its own so easily. But for adults, pulling teeth properly requires special preparation with drugs, suturing, and certain competencies that only dentists have. Therefore, check your teeth at the dentist, and let your dentist determine whether your teeth should be removed or not, and if it must be revoked whether it will harm yourself or not. Your dentist will certainly choose the best treatment for your condition.
Meanwhile, the most important thing for you to do now is to keep your teeth clean by regularly brushing twice a day using a soft bristled toothbrush, using dental floss and also mouthwash, and if there is pain, overcome by gargling with warm salt water, cold compresses or take over-the-counter pain and anti-inflammatory drugs by reading the listed rules of use. So, hopefully answering your question.