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Re: root canal
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Re: root canal

Be careful, baby.

Incomplete healing of a cavitation is promoted by a number of factors, including the following:

* Failure to completely remove the periodontal ligament lining the tooth socket that holds the tooth to the bone

* Physically large surgical excavations, such as with impacted wisdom teeth, where the resulting holes can be expected to be larger than usual and more new bone is required to fill the holes

* Failure to clean out the infected adjacent bone and periodontal ligaments seen in the extraction of root canal treated and abscessed teeth

* Failure to remove condensing osteitis, the reactive bone formation that attempts to wall off infection, usually involving the periodontal ligament as well

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