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Infographic: Take Me Out—A Brief Guide to Tooth Extraction

Today is National Flossing Day (November 25, 2016), and with many healthy routines, developing brushing and flossing as a regular morning and before bedtime habit can help protect your teeth and gums, and prevent gingivitis and tooth decay in the future.  

If you don’t care for your teeth and gums properly, teeth can become damaged or decayed to a point where repair work would be of little benefit. In this case, the best option is to have the tooth extracted, a procedure carried out by your dentist. Discover more about tooth extraction via this informative infographic created by Dervla Leavy Dental Care

Dervla Leavy IG A Brief Guide to Tooth Extraction


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