There Is An Empty Cavity From The Extraction Of The Left Upper Tooth?
good afternoon, I am a 22 year old woman. I did a tooth extraction on the left 26th tooth. so there is one cavity that is empty the plan to 27 teeth, 28 want to be pulled to cover the cavity. can the teeth be closed without taking the roots of the teeth first? thank you 🙂
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Basically the term 26th, 27th, 28th tooth has never been used in the medical world, so we don't know exactly which tooth you are referring to. If you do braces and tooth extraction at the dentist, then you really don't need to worry too much because your dentist must have studied your teeth well before pairing your braces. The dentist also has enough experience to do a tooth extraction, so if there really is any root left, your doctor will certainly tell you. The presence of remaining tooth roots will increase the risk of infection in the teeth as well as you mentioned, it might make other teeth difficult to shift /
If you are still worried, try to ask your dentist whether there really is a tooth root left and how to treat it. If you do not do wire installation and tooth extraction at the dentist (you only go to the dental artisan), we strongly recommend that you stop treatment at the dental artisan and consult directly with the dentist.
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