It sounds as though your dentist has tried all reasonable treatments to save the tooth. After two failed root canals and an apicoectomy, extraction sounds reasonable. Any other efforts to save this tooth would be heroic at best with a poor prognosis, based on past treatments. At worst, it will be a complete waste of time and money. Furthermore, any further delay in effectively treating this infection could result in serious complications to adjacent teeth and other parts of the face. Depending on your individual situation, your dentist may be able to recommend treatment to replace the lost tooth. This might include a dental implant, a fixed bridge, or removable partial. Ask your dentist to explain your options.
When a tooth is pulled and when you rinse and water comes out of your nose, this is a sign of an oral fistula. An oral fistula is a hole from the extraction site into the sinus cavity. You will need to return to your dentist for treatment.
Yes, on the arm opposite the fistula. Never on the same arm as the fistula
closure of Gastrocolic fistula
An artificial shunt for hemodialysis, either a fistula (direct artery to vein connection) or a graft (artery to vein connection through Goretex tubing), can be on the arm, or preferably on the forearm for a fistula. A fistula, and even less so a Goretex, will not burst because of applying pressure through a sphygmomanometer (which was the original answer posted here). There is a slight risk of causing a thrombosis of the venous side of the fistula, particularly if there is already a venous stenosis.
Fistulectomy is surgical removal of a fistula.
A vesicovaginal fistula is an abnormal connection between the vagina and urinary bladder.
A vesicovaginal fistula is an abnormal connection or passage between the urinary bladder and the vagina.
A gastrocolic fistula or a fistula between the colon and duodenum, in short its vomiting.
A fistula is an abnormal connection or passageway between two epithelium-lined organs or vessels that normally do not connect. It is generally a disease condition,but a fistula may be surgically created for therapeutic reasons.Various causes of fistula are:Disease: Inflammatory bowel disease,such as crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis.Medical treatment: Complications from gallbladder surgery can lead to biliary fistulaTrauma: Head trauma can lead to perilymph fistula
An anorectal fistula is an abnormal opening or channel from the anorectal area to another part of the body
Cassia Fistula is the botanical name of 'Amaltas' or 'Forest Shower' or 'Laburnum'
A fistula is an abnormal connection or passageway between two epithelium-lined organs or vessels that normally do not connect. If it happens between trachea and esophagus then it will be known as tracheoesophageal fistula.
Yes. I get blood taken out of my arm and put back in through the fistula for "Dialysis".
A reed; a pipe., A pipe for convejing water., A permanent abnormal opening into the soft parts with a constant discharge; a deep, narrow, chronic abscess; an abnormal opening between an internal cavity and another cavity or the surface; as, a salivary fistula; an anal fistula; a recto-vaginal fistula.
Fistula of what? A fistual is an abnormal tubelike passage from a normal cavity or tube to a free surface or to another cavity. So depending on where the fistual is depends on the severity of the case. Fistula near rectum
A fistula is an abnormal passageway between two areas where no passageway should exist. So there can be a fistula that forms between the rectum and the vagina. Rectal-vaginal fistulas require surgery to repair.
No, fistula is not a sexually transmissible infection. It describes an abnormal connection between two body parts.
Fistula is an abnormal opening between internal organs or between internal organs and the outside of the body.
I hope you get the chance to read this! You know you have vaginal fistula if you have urine coming out of your vagina. It will need surgery to repair.
In a rare type of fistula called an H type, both the esophagus and trachea are complete, but they are connected. This is the most difficult type of tracheoesophageal fistula to diagnose, because both eating and breathing are possible.
David A. McGowan has written: 'The maxillary sinus and its dental implications' -- subject(s): Complications, Diseases, Extraction, Maxillary sinus, Oroantral Fistula, Teeth, Tumors 'An Atlas of Minor Oral Surgery Principles of Practice'
A fistula is the "port" that is created to administer dialysis (for those with kidney disease whose kidneys cannot, for whatever reason, filter out the blood properly)-and the "ligation" of a fistula is the tying off of that "port", to put it at the lowest level, when it can no longer be used, to create another fistula in another part of the arm. There are different ways to do this.
There is no one-word anagram, but there is the phrase "a fistula." The longest words other than fistula are flatus and faults.
A fistula is an abnormal connection of two body aprts. Piles, or hemorrhoids, are varicose veins in the anal area.