CAVITATIONS: Hidden Problems in Your Jaw

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Chapter 13

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CAVITATIONS: Hidden Problems in Your Jaw

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Extracting a tooth would normally solve the problem of a badly decayed, broken or abscessed tooth.

Sometimes however new problems emerge at the point of extraction.

This happens mainly with wisdom teeth or molars.

If the periodontal membrane (the tissue that holds the tooth in the bone) is not properly removed you may suffer from a cavitation in the months and years to come.

A cavitation is a hole in your bone where no oxygen is found and where highly toxic bacteria thrive, affecting your overall health.

A surgical intervention is necessary to get rid of this unpleasant condition.

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