Review Article| Volume 35, ISSUE 4, P963-984, July 2005

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Simple and Surgical Exodontia

      Extractions are indicated for a number of reasons; some are simple extractions and others are surgical extractions. Appropriate client education regarding the extraction procedure, potential complications, other treatment options, and aftercare should be provided before the actual procedure. A plan for managing the pain associated with any existing dental disease and that associated with the extraction procedure should be formulated.
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