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Dental Extractions FAQ’s

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1. Some of the reasons a tooth may need to be extracted:

Severe decay 
Advanced periodontal disease
Infection or abscess
Orthodontic correction
Malpositioned teeth
Fractured teeth or roots 
Tooth is unrestorable
Impacted teeth

2. what is the care one should take after extraction?
general care regarding dietary restrictions, hygiene care and refraining from any detrimental habits such as smoking for a period of 3-5 days.

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