Alveolar Osteitis Labeled Dry Socket

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Alveolar Osteitis Labeled Dry Socket

Alveolar Osteitis Labeled Dry Socket is a painful dental condition that can occur after you have a permanent adult tooth extracted. Dry socket occurs in about 0.5–5% of routine dental extractions, and in about 25–30% of impacted mandibular third molars (wisdom teeth which are buried in the bone).
Treatment is usually symptomatic, (i.e., analgesic medications) and also the removal of debris from the socket by irrigation with saline or local anesthetic.
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