Ah! That feeling you get once that painful tooth has finally been removed. You get such a huge sense of relief after the dentist has numbed the pain away. And so it goes that you are happy to be off on your merry way. But don’t you go rushing off like that because there is still cavity filling paramount work to be done. It is very important work, so do listen up. That is to say that you were one of those who were too quick to hop out of the dentist’s chair and make a run for it to carry on with what you would like to call your normal life.
And the longer you stay away from the dentist, the sooner it will be that that normal life starts bring back its discomforts. Like new pains. These are caused by new tooth decay issues. It would never have happened had you allowed your dentist to just get on with her cavity filling procedure already. And as quick as that tooth came out, as quick will be the cavity filling op. It really is only a minor procedure. It goes two ways. The first way is if you are lucky enough to not have your tooth pulled in the first place.
This is because the dentist has decided that the damage to your infected tooth is not nearly as severe. In the second case where the tooth had to come out, it’s still not all bad. Only the thing is, the dentist would have loved to have a chat in regard to filling you in with a partial denture or tooth implant. And how cool will that be to have a tooth implant instead of a denture?