Fragkiadakis Emmanouil

SURGEON DENTIST DDS, MSc
Evans 8, Heraklion Crete

Tooth Extraction

Whenever we realize from the clinical and radiographic evaluation that a tooth in the mouth cavity can or must no longer remain, then it must be extracted. Extraction may be simple or surgical, under the influence of local anesthetic. In the simple extraction, a sufficient part of the tooth is seen in the mouth, and it is extracted. We give postoperative instructions, although medication or stitches are usually not required. As is often the case with wisdom teeth, little or no part of the tooth is seen in the mouth cavity in surgical extraction. A gum incision is then required, sometimes with removal of a quantity of bone that prevents tooth extraction, and eventually followed by the stitching and administration of postoperative instructions and medication.

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MILITARY SURGEON DENTIST DDS, MSc
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