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مُساهمة  ghost في الجمعة فبراير 20, 2009 3:44 am

Apicectomy is a surgical proceedure designed to remove infection or other pathology from around the end of the root of a tooth. It is usually carried out when a normal root filling has failed or is impractical. The problem area is reached via a surgical incision in the gum and drilling away a small amount of bone. The problem area is then dealt with and the gum replaced and held in place with sutures.

The proceedure is usually carried out under a local anaesthetic and is usually painless. There is usually some pain and swelling in the first few days following surgery but healing is usually complete within a week.

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