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    • Extraction of Teeth 1 Wang Yin Stomatology Department , General Hospital affiliated to Tianjin Medical University
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    • Indication (1)
      • foci of infections
      • nonvital pulps or pulpitis
      • severe periodontoclasia #4. Severe Periodontoclasia
      • not treatble by apioectomy
      • interfering with the placement of restorative appliances
      • not restorable by operative dentistry
      • impacted teeth #5. Impacted Teeth
      2
    • Severe Periodontoclasia
    • Impacted Teeth
      • A tooth is spoken of as being impacted when its eruption is partially or wholly obstructed by bone or some other teeth.
      3
      • Mesialclination impaction
      • Distalclination impaction
      • Vertical impaction
      • Horizontal impaction
      • Inverted impaction
      • Buccalclination impaction
      • Lingualclination impaction
      4 Impacted Teeth
    • Etiology of Impacted Teeth
      • Acute infectious fevers of childhood
      • Inflammation of the peridental membrane
      • Severe traumatism to the jaws
      • Ankylosis of the mandibular joint
      • Early extraction of deciduous teeth
      5
    • Local Effects of Impacted Teeth
      • decay of the front tooth #9. Decay of Front Tooth
      • absorption of the root of the front molar
      • neuralgia
      • pericoronal infection #10. 幻灯片 10
      • pericoronal abscess
      • cellulitis #11. Submasseteric Space Cellulitis
      • Osteomyelitis #12. Diagnosis of Impacted Teeth
      6
    • Decay of Front Tooth #8. Local Effects of Impacted Teeth
    • 7 Pericoronal Infection #8. Local Effects of Impacted Teeth
    • Submasseteric Space Cellulitis #8. Local Effects of Impacted Teeth
    • Diagnosis of Impacted Teeth
      • Pantomogram
      • Dental film
      9
    • Pantomogram
    • Pantomogram
    • Indication (2)
      • supernumerary teeth #16. Supernumerary Teeth
      • retained deciduous teeth #22. Retained Deciduous Teeth #15. Indication (2)
      • fractured crown
      • malposed teeth #23. Malposed Teeth #15. Indication (2)
      • roots #24. 幻灯片 24
      • traumatizing soft tissues #26. Contraindications of the Extraction of Teeth
      10
    • Supernumerary Teeth
    • Supernumerary Teeth
    • Supernumerary Teeth
    • Supernumerary Teeth
    • Supernumerary Teeth
    • Supernumerary Teeth #15. Indication (2)
    • Retained Deciduous Teeth #15. Indication (2)
    • Malposed Teeth #15. Indication (2)
    • 11 Roots
    • 12 Roots #15. Indication (2)
    • Contraindications of the Extraction of Teeth 13
    • Local Contraindication
      • Acute infection with an uncontrolled cellulitis
      • acute pericoronitis
      • acute infectious stomatitis
      • malignant disease
      • radio therapy (osteoradionecrosis)
      14
    • Systemic Contraindication
      • diabetes
      • cardiac disease
      • blood dyscrasias
      • debility disease
      • steroid deficiency
      • fever of unexplained origin
      • nephritis
      • pregnancy or menstruation
      • senility
      15
    • Complication
      • loosening of adjacent teeth
      • fracture of adjacent teeth and restorations
      • fracture of the buccal or labial plate
      • teeth or roots into the maxillary sinus
      • injury to the inferior alveolar nerve
      • postoperative hemorrhage
      • postoperative pain
      • dry soket
      • ecchymosis
      16
    • Postoperative Hemorrhage’ leading cause
      • patient’s manipulation of the wound
      • foreign body in the socket
      • sharp bone margins and fractured soket walls
      • excessive granulation tissue
      • hypertension
      • clotting deficiency or vascular disorder
      17
    • Instrument
      • Forceps
      • Elevator
      • Chisel
      • Mallet
      • Bur
      • goto the movie
      18
      • SEE YOU
      19