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Complications of Extractions

@inproceedings{Earley2008ComplicationsOE,
  title={Complications of Extractions},
  author={Edward T. Earley},
  year={2008}
}
The many risks and considerations involved when performing an extraction can present a particular challenge to the dental professional, especially regarding management of bleeding. Many factors can increase the potential difficulty of an extraction, including difficult root morphology and some inflammatory disorders, but with a thorough medical history, a complete pre-operative examination, and adherence to proper surgical guidelines, complications can be kept to a minimum. Due to the high… 

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