domingo, 14 de junio de 2020

What are the consequences of a tooth extraction?

Oral Surgery

The dentist decides to extract the dental piece when he considers that it is irremediably affected by dental caries or a fracture. Once the extraction is completed, a series of consequences are triggered that the patient must be warned about.

At the moment the dentist decides to extract the tooth, he must explain to the patient the consequences of dental absence.


As time passes some changes caused by the absence of the extracted tooth will be observed, for example: gum recession, tooth inclination, dental extrusion, deviation of the midline, etc.

Oral Medicine

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Source: Youtube/ Lapointe dental centres

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