Tooth Extractions From Cavities?
Afternoon want to ask a little doctor, 1 year ago I had a small operation to extract wisdom teeth left and right. Well, it’s been one week after pulling cavities. After I consulted with the doctor the cause was due to the bite of the upper molars. And the solution was revoked. Well, what I want to ask is the risk after pulling the upper teeth, how is it because the teeth are normal teeth. And what is the risk if the tooth is not pulled out whether it will continue to interfere with the opponent’s gums. Thank you, doctor
Hello, Merry Hertiyani. Thank you for the questions submitted to HealthReplies.com We can understand the concern you feel.
Unfortunately we are not able to do a physical examination directly on your teeth so it is difficult for us to give specific recommendations regarding the plan to handle your dental problems. In general, tooth extraction is at risk for complications, which can include:
Bleeding Discharge of blood clots in tooth extraction holes, risk of causing pain and inhibition of wound healing Infection of surgical wounds Cranial nerve injury (trigeminal nerve), risk of causing numbness in the lower face area We recommend you to consult directly with the dentist who treats you regarding how urgent is the tooth extraction action. Doctors who treat patients directly naturally have more complete clinical information about patients so they can make rational clinical decisions that are in accordance with individual patient conditions.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about tooth extraction. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.