Yellow Coating At The Site Of The Tooth That Has Been Pulled Out?
I pulled out a tooth this afternoon and I just saw that there was a yellow coating on the tooth that had been pulled out. what is dead cell / infection / what is it?
The yellow coating can be caused by:
the layer of medicine that is given during the removal of the tooth, the remaining food that is attached to it. Infection can be characterized by a red, swollen, painful wound area with pus.
Try to keep the teeth and oral cavity clean. Brush your teeth regularly. Mouthwash can be used to help maintain oral hygiene. We recommend consuming foods that are softer. Avoid smoking.
If the yellow coating does not fade, and is accompanied by increased swelling or pain, it is recommended that you check with the dentist again. So that examination and evaluation of the post-extraction condition can be carried out. The doctor will provide appropriate treatment according to the results of the examination obtained.
The following page discusses tooth extraction and its benefits
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