There is an embedded tooth on the sharp tooth, which has not come out. It originally belonged to the retention of primary teeth. The primary teeth were pulled out only when they were broken. It was pulled out three months ago, and then the embedded teeth were purulent, yellow, smelly, smelly, smelly, smelly, and a lot of them would flow out after inhalation. Some dentists said that it was likely that the embedded teeth caused the dental cyst. They suggested me to pull out the embedded teeth and implant teeth. May I ask the doctors, is it difficult for me to pull out this embedded tooth, and what is the success rate, Will there be any sequelae and disadvantages? I hope to hear a serious reply
Hello, I'm the stomatologist of the third class a hospital. I see your whole mouth dental film. If you want to remove this ambush tooth, it won't be very difficult, because first of all, the direction of the supernumerary tooth of this tooth is not abnormal, and the position is OK. The tooth neck located next to the tooth won't be very deep. After removal, your face will be swollen, painful, and it will be difficult to eat.
The teeth with embedded teeth in the mouth are more common. It is difficult to remove them. Therefore, it is necessary to go to the regular oral clinic for professional treatment. This kind of treatment is OK. Extraction is difficult, but it can also be removed. Therefore, it is OK to do relevant treatment in the regular oral clinic.
The position of tooth eruption is not correct, local ambush and obstruction exist, and there are cysts. If the cysts are large, surgical extraction and removal of cysts can be considered. If there are no sequelae, there is no need to worry too much. After the local alveolar bone is restored to stability, denture repair shall be carried out, gargle with some compound chlorhexidine mouthwash, brush teeth and gargle frequently to maintain oral hygiene.