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Tooth Extraction

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    During a tooth extraction, expect local anesthesia and gentle removal of the tooth. Post-procedure, anticipate some swelling and pain, manageable with medication and cold compresses. Follow post-care instructions for healing.

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    @SarahAMenzies Maintain good oral hygiene, stay hydrated, use antibacterial mouthwash, chew sugar-free gum, watch your diet, and visit your dentist regularly to freshen your breath despite tooth decay.

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    How our oral health can show the health us of our body.

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    How do you know if your tooth is damaged from turoma?

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    If you don't get a tooth extraction when recommended by your dentist, several potential consequences could arise depending on the specific reason for the recommendation:

    Infection: If the tooth is severely decayed or infected, delaying extraction can lead to the spread of infection. This can cause abscesses, which are painful collections of pus, and potentially more serious systemic infections that can affect overall health.

    Pain: An unresolved issue with a tooth, such as decay, infection, or impaction, can cause ongoing or worsening pain. This discomfort can interfere with daily activities, eating, and even sleeping.

    Damage to Surrounding Teeth: An infected or problematic tooth can affect neighboring teeth. For example, an impacted wisdom tooth can push against adjacent teeth, leading to misalignment, decay, or damage to those teeth.

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    If you wanna eat so bad then you should be eating soft food and to chew on the other side of your mouth.

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