The Danger Of Silencing Partially Revoked Teeth?
Hello … I made a tooth extraction on the left side of the afternoon in a clinic. Using BPJs facilities. before the extraction had been injected with local anesthesia twice. But at the time of extraction, it still hurts and it lasts for 1 hour but the teeth aren’t pulled out either. At the time of the extraction the doctor said that if the clinic was lacking, there was no long drill that should be used to cut the teeth. So the revocation was done with a makeshift tool. After 1 hour of the revocation process, the doctor gave up because of fatigue. And the result was that my tooth was destroyed in part of the crown because of broken pliers, and some were drilled partly using a round drill bit, not the drill bit that it was supposed to be. Already unclear shape. And I was advised to come again Monday to continue the revocation process. I want to ask, is it not dangerous that the teeth that have been shaken, with effort in congkel, d pull and pull, allowed to stand for approximately 5 days to do the revocation process? What should I go to the dental specialist today to complete the work of the dentist that has not been completed because of the inadequate equipment earlier. Thanks .
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Tooth extraction graham, depending on the condition of the teeth, can be a simple procedure, can also be complex. Often, before pulling a tooth, the doctor will do a comprehensive examination first, regarding the physical condition of your teeth in general, or also assisted with radiological examinations, such as panoramic x-rays. The aim is to assess the overall condition of the teeth, the surrounding tissue, and to be aware of any complications that may arise.
The condition of your teeth that are difficult to pull out is completely possible because their teeth are already very fragile, while the tooth's roots are still firmly attached to the base. In these conditions, ideally more sophisticated equipment is indeed used. It could also be that the condition of your teeth is not completely uprooted due to other factors, including limited facilities, lack of doctor competence, and so on. Without assessing the condition of your teeth directly, of course we are not authorized to assess further related to this matter.
The danger or not keeping your teeth partially pulled for several days can be different depending on the condition of the teeth. In more severe cases, bleeding or infection may occur in the remaining remaining teeth. However, it can also, this does not cause serious side effects. The dentist who treats you certainly weighs well the risks and benefits that can result from his actions. If you are in doubt, it never hurts you to ask for second opinion from another dentist so that you will be given the best treatment.
For now, you should avoid consuming foods that are too hard, sticky, cold, or hot, especially on the side of the tooth that hasn't been completely pulled out yet. Always diligently brush your teeth, and rinse with an antiseptic mouth rinse every day. Do not carelessly pull out or wiggle the remaining teeth to prevent more serious complications. Finally, if you feel pain, you can take paracetamol to reduce the pain.
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