Do it Yourself Tooth Extraction

How to Extract Your Own Tooth

Posted on 8/31/2010 1:45:10 PM

How to extract your tooth is difficult to go for but if you know the correct procedure and your are confident that you can do the same then surely you need to go for it. Do it yourself tooth extraction requires you to eat either a very hard food, or else pull it off with a slim instrument.

Extracting your tooth by yourself is not an easy task and go for it if you do not know how to do it. It is difficult and you have to be very careful while extracting your tooth, since a little bit of carelessness might cause you excruciating pain and excessive bleeding. It is difficult but not impossible to go for tooth extraction.

Extracting Tooth Yourself

One of the easiest ways is to eat a hard food like cracking a walnut by your teeth, or eating a frozen chocolate. These are effective in removing the tooth and may not be that harsh like any other method.
You need to have a very slim instrument but it should be quite hard. With this instrument you need to start digging in between the root of the teeth and the bone, start slowly and thereon increase the speed. Be sure you are digging the

teeth which is causing you pain.

Make sure the instrument you are easing is almost similar to the one which is being used by the dentists. You need to put it in boiling water for a few minutes and then only put it on the teeth. Be careful in digging or else it might leave an infection in the teeth. You should be careful enough so as not to destroy the nerves if you are extracting your lower tooth.

If this happens, chances are that your lip might be numbed for the rest of the life. If it is your upper tooth, see that you are not affecting the maxillary sinus or else it might cause a very severe infection. Yet another way is to pull out your tooth as hard as you can, but this might cause excessive bleeding.

Follow Correct Extraction Procedure

Before you go ahead with tooth extraction it is advisable that you read a few books on do it yourself tooth extraction so that you know what exactly you have to do. Try to follow the proper procedure as much as possible or else you will certainly lend up in hospital. Educate yourself about each and every aspect of tooth removal before you proceed.

Don’t start eating immediately after tooth has been extracted. Take rest. Drink liquids especially juices. But if you start to suffer from pain it is advisable that you consult your dentist at the earliest and take his opinion as to what needs to be done, he might prescribe you a pain killer for the pain to reduce.

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COMMENT

Name: Shirley

It wasn't much help. I went for it. 64 years old and I did it 2 teeth, USA and no money or good advise about it. I don't have over $200 to pull a tooth....

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