When teeth become badly damaged, either from injury or decay, it may need to be removed. Decay can lead to serious infection. Occasionally a tooth may also need to be pulled for good tooth alignment. Your dentist or oral surgeon will usually perform the procedure with local anesthetic, although general anesthesia may be used for more than one extraction.
Faster tissue and bone growth and post-operative pain reduction are two advantages to using PRP therapies during dental work. Using the body’s own platelets, PRP therapies focus on places of trauma to advance healing.
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