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Pain During and After Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is the painless removal of tooth or tooth roots with minimum trauma to the investing tissues so that the socket heals uneventfully without any post operative complications.Extractions are done in cases of abscessed tooth, in tooth infections, for orthodontic purposes, for complete dentures, if there is some extra tooth present, people receiving radiation therapy, or in cases of severely decayed or fractured or impacted tooth. The tooth is held in the socket by the periodontal ligament and in case of extraction, force is applied to break these ligaments and to extend the width of the socket which pulls out the tooth from the socket. For detailed info on Pain During and After Tooth Extraction Visit. http://www.identalhub.com/dental-pain-during-and-after-tooth-extraction-870.aspx
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