without removing When not do?
absolute indication for removal are the acute phase of odontogenic osteomyelitis or periodontitis if purulent inflammation of the affected bone, exacerbation of chronic periodontitis, in which there is no possibility to create an outflow of infectious focus.It is also virtually impossible to save the tooth in the case of admaxillary abscess, cellulitis, suppurative lymphadenitis, odontogenic sinusitis or sinusitis.
roots of the tooth crown which completely destroyed, removed when it is impossible to use them for prosthetics.
indication for removal may be the high mobility of the tooth
In all cases, including the indications for emergency removal, the doctor explains to the patient the reasons why it is impossible to save the tooth, according to the complications that may follow if the removal would be postponed.
In some cases, you can save the tooth?
Until recently, it was considered an indication for the removal of the development on the root of a tooth or in the place of the branching root cysts - hollow connective tissue tumors filled with pus.Now dentists prefer to keep these teeth, spending cystectomy (removal of the cyst with the tip of the root) or hemisection (removal of the cyst with its root and part of the tooth).There are therapeutic treatments for cysts that require significant time and cost, but would help to save the tooth.
«Wisdom teeth", normally located and healthy, and try to maintain, especially when located near a tooth broken or missing.
If the indications for removal are not absolute, the doctor makes a decision based on a set of multiple factors that can affect the outcome of treatment.A list of these factors include the presence of chronic diseases, including those related to pathological processes in the mouth, oral hygiene, and even the financial situation of the patient - in some cases, restoration of the tooth requires a more costly procedures and the use of consumables not cheap.It is important that the decision was made most carefully and the patient had a complete picture of the risks and benefits associated with the removal or retention of the tooth.