If you had too much fat removed in a certain area is there anyway to fix it by filling it in?
With fat transfer and careful liposuctioning around the depressed area, you may be able to improve the irregularity.
The dentist will usually give you a local anesthetic to numb the area. The decay (caries) is removed with a drill until no decay is present. Depending on the depth of the decay, the dentist will drill into the area of the tooth until no more decay is present. Then a sedative is placed in the cavity space, then a permanent restoration is placed, usually a white colored filling (Resin) or a silver filling (amalgam)…
If a predator is removed from an area, the prey (which is usually herbivores) will have population boom with no limits. Eventually the plant life could become extinct due to the need for food from the herbivores. If the herbivores are removed, plant life will flourish and will spread as well as if all animals are removed. Basically the size of the population will change for the plants if animals are removed.
To marcotte a plant is the same as air-layering it. This is when the outer layer of the plant (usually bark from a tree) is removed and the area is wrapped in moss to keep it moist. The main idea is to make sure roots will grow from the area. All of the bark in the area must be removed or it will grow back and grow over the exposed area.
It is likely due to the injections received to numb the area previous to the actual filling. It can be caused by the dentist hitting gum accidentally with the drill or something. Or the dentist flossing too hard, or the clamps they put around teeth when filling can aggravate the gum line, or the filling itself if the hole is close to the gum line.