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I don’t know of anything special that anyone does to protect their wrists from excessive forces. If you have teeth in very dense bone, you might try creating a trough of bone around the roots with a thin fissure bur in a surgical handpiece, so that the tooth will be easier to elevate.
Hello Dr.Reznick, I am wondering how to protect wrist if I am doing extractions all day. Is there anything that you or other doctors usually do to protect wrist in long term? I understand there’s elevation technique but sometimes teeth are embedded in strong bone and doesn’t want to drill through it. do you do
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To be successful in surgery, you need to be able to anticipate potential problems. Ankylosed teeth will be encountered frequently, especially with endodontically-treated molars in older patients.View
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