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About Oral Surgery

Pain following oral surgery may induce a temporary loss of normal swallow function. Oral preparation may be impacted by tooth extractions. Poorly maintained teeth might also have an impact on oral hygiene. Individuals who wear dentures that are too small may suffer damage to the mandibular or maxillary arches, which can lead to irritation and, in certain situations, irreversible damage to the mucosa. This might cause issues with oral stage preparation and delivery. The mucosa at the point of denture contact, where the patient experiences discomfort, has changed, appearing reddish or yellowish upon clinical inspection of the dental arches. Gingival hyperplasia, which is characterized by soft, occasionally pliable masses of tissue that look noticeably inflammatory, can be brought on by prolonged irritation. Swallowing in older persons with and without dentures has been examined in a number of research.

About Oral Surgery

Pain following oral surgery may induce a temporary loss of normal swallow function. Oral preparation may be impacted by tooth extractions. Poorly maintained teeth might also have an impact on oral hygiene. Individuals who wear dentures that are too small may suffer damage to the mandibular or maxillary arches, which can lead to irritation and, in certain situations, irreversible damage to the mucosa. This might cause issues with oral stage preparation and delivery. The mucosa at the point of denture contact, where the patient experiences discomfort, has changed, appearing reddish or yellowish upon clinical inspection of the dental arches. Gingival hyperplasia, which is characterized by soft, occasionally pliable masses of tissue that look noticeably inflammatory, can be brought on by prolonged irritation. Swallowing in older persons with and without dentures has been examined in a number of research.

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Oral surgery refers to any surgical procedure performed on your teeth, gums, jaws or other oral structures. This includes extractions, implants, gum grafts and jaw surgeries. Oral surgery is usually performed by an oral and maxillofacial surgeon or a periodontist.
 
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