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Advances make pulling teeth a last resort ss

Dari era Victoria hingga akhir 1940-an, bukan hal yang aneh bagi pengantin di Inggris dan Irlandia untuk mengganti dan menggantinya dengan gigi palsu – sebagai hadiah pernikahan. Praktik ini tidak hanya memastikan senyum yang sempurna, tetapi juga memberikan senyum yang sempurna. dianggap melakukan hal itu akan menghilangkan potensi masalah gigi dan tagihan gigi yang mahal di kemudian hari. Dr Sami Moid, seorang dokter gigi di Bakery Hill Dental di Ballarat, membagikan sejarah ini untuk menggambarkan seberapa jauh perkembangan kedokteran gigi. Penekannya saat ini adalah pada kedokteran gigi intervensi minimal berbasis bukti;intinya, mempertahankan gigi pasien sebanyak mungkin, serta struktur gigi alami. Meskipun kami telah pindah dari hari-hari ketika mencabut semua gigi sepertinya ide yang bagus, Dr Moid masih memiliki pasien yang datang untuk menemuinya. telah mencabut gigi yang tidak perlu.

I’ve never found any age group that was unaffected by unnecessary  tooth extractions,” 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        he adds. “Even a young person at age 20 may have had a tooth pulled out. Some cases are genuine, where they’ve split the tooth in half or it’s a severely infected tooth that was left untreated. But I often see patients who have had teeth taken out and they don’t really know why except that it was painful and that’s the only option they were given.” However, patients should consider long-term implications, as removing teeth changes the facial profile. Dr Moid’s advice is to do everything possible to save a tooth. Modern dentistry provides several options.“There are procedures we do that buy time temporarily so you can make the right decision, hopefully, to save your teeth,” he says.‘‘Extirpation of the tooth would remove the pain and get you back up and running within 24 hours, and a temporary filling would be placed there until you get a more permanent solution.” When a tooth does need to be removed, dental implants are often Dr Moid’s recommended replacement, rather than a removable denture or a fixed bridge.Implant surgery requires integrating a titanium screw into the bone to provide a base for a freestanding tooth, without involving or cutting away other teeth.“The reason why this [procedure] is in demand is you don’t need to go into the neighboring teeth,” says Dr Moid. “Historically, other procedures involve going into other, healthy teeth to fill the gap left by extractions. I work under a Leica M320 surgical microscope that allows 10 to 40 times human sight magnification. It’s what I use for simple procedures like a filling or a clean and I also use it for more advanced procedures, like bone grafting and placement of an implant.” Of course, not all teeth complaints are so severe that they require extractions and implants. Having whiter teeth is a common cosmetic concern for many and has led to a range of toothpaste and whitening products appearing on supermarket shelves. Dr Moid’s advice for anyone wanting whiter teeth is not to ‘‘self-diagnose”, as many over-the counter products contain strong chemicals that can be damaging to gums. “Pergilah ke profesional dan cinta tentang pemutihan, karena banyak faktor yang digunakan untuk perhatian gigi Anda , ” katanya. Setiap prosedur bedah atau invasif membawa risiko. Sebelum melanjutkan, Anda harus mencari pendapat kedua dari praktisi kesehatan yang memenuhi syarat.

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