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Despite all the efforts of the Brazilian Unified Health System to achieve universality and integrality of care, to, among other things, improve the oral health of Brazilians, it is clear that tooth extraction still is a very prevalent condition, especially among adults and older adults (4).
In current study the most common cause of tooth extraction was caries (63.
Generally, infratemporal space infection is described as an uncommon complication and it is usually caused by tooth extraction and dental infections.
Data of children aged 1-18 who admitted to Ankara University, Faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department for tooth extraction between September 2015 - January 2016 were included in the study.
The second most common reason for non-third molar tooth extraction was failed endodontic treatment.
Patients were randomly placed into 2 groups: group S, which was comprised of patients whose ASA therapy was suspended 7 days before tooth extraction and group NS, comprised of patients whose ASA therapy was unaltered.
3) Specific clinical interventions are needed to reduce wrong-site surgery (WSS), including wrong- site tooth extraction which is a rare but potentially disastrous clinical error.
They have announced special discounts on all services including dental implants, cosmetic dentistry, dentures, tooth extraction, teeth whitening, dental veneers etc.
The services offered include effective dental solutions ranging from root canal treatments, cavities, gum diseases, caries, crowns, braces, plaque, tartar, bad breath, wisdom tooth extraction, gap in teeth, stained teeth, broken tooth, to tooth implants.
There are few reports of tooth extraction resolving cluster headaches?