Wisdom Teeth Extraction Music

Previously on this blog several posts in the past were run recommended music that one can listen to after having their wisdom teeth extracted. If you are recovering from wisdom teeth removal you may have some down time on your hands and in need of something to do. Of course you could read books or watch movies, however, the point of this post is to give you some music recommendations that you can easily listen to via YouTube. So far, six such posts providing recommendations on this site for music to listen to after wisdom teeth surgery has been made. To recap these are YouTube Musicians Rock and Roll Songs Jazz Songs Christian Music Gangnam Style 2013 Edition Since new music recommendations after having wisdom teeth taken out has not been provided since 2013 and it is now 2018, I thought […]

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How To Manage Dental Anxiety in Elderly Patients

It is not uncommon for someone to have a fear related to seeing a dentist. However, left unchecked those phobias can develop to the point where a dental office is a place to avoid at all costs. When the fear involves an elderly patient, it can have a strong impact on their oral health. By not seeing a dentist, regular check-ups are missed which could have otherwise identified a potential dental problem early enough to begin preventative care. This is why it is important to discuss these fears with your dentist or the front office staff at your dental office. Understanding The Source of Anxiety If you are afraid to visit your dentist, rest assured that you are not the first person to experience this. Even if you cannot pinpoint precisely where the fear started, the dental office you visit […]

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The best sleeping aid for pregnant women

If you are a pregnant woman who is experiencing sleepless nights due to discomfort in bed, the additional information and infographic below may help you sleep a little easier during your pregnancy. Pregnancy is one of the most treasured moments in every woman’s life. However, it doesn’t come without its challenges. As the pregnancy period progresses, the tummy grows bigger and comfortable sleep becomes a problem. An optimal maternity pillow is the ultimate solution to ensure you receive quality sleep. It is also a great investment for your spouse, since you won’t have to keep them awake with lots of tossing and turning. Below are a few different types of pregnancy pillow that can be found on the market: Pregnancy wedge pillow This type of pillow is a wedge that slides beneath your tummy or back to offer comfort and […]

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Two million settlement in wisdom teeth extraction death

A 17 year old woman died in June 2015, after having her wisdom teeth removed. This has been reported on http://teethremoval.com/death.html since 2015. The woman was from Minnesota and went into cardiac arrest during the surgery. The woman’s parents in early 2017, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the oral and maxillofacial surgeon. The court documents said that the surgeon and staff did not appropriately anticipate or respond to the emergency. The lawsuit said there were dangerous actions, from incorrectly administering general anesthesia to failing to provide proper monitoring during surgery. The attorney said the parents sued the doctor as it “…gave the family a better understanding of how the death of their daughter came about… They had the courage in a difficult situation to seek the truth about why their daughter died.” The attorney also said “I’m absolutely convinced that […]

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Continuing to Assess the Death Rate of Dental Treatment

For years on teethremoval.com one has been able to find more information about deaths from dental treatment and wisdom teeth removal. In addition it has been estimated that the death rate in dentistry occurs in 1 out of every 400,000 cases. Due to a few recent review articles that appeared in 2017, the mortality rate in dentistry page at http://www.teethremoval.com/mortality_rates_in_dentistry.html has been updated. Two articles that may be of note are H. Mortazavi, M. Baharvand, and Y. Safi, Death Rate of Dental Anaesthesia, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, Jun., Vol-11 (6): ZE07-ZE09 2017, and N. G. Reuter, P. M. Westage, M. Ingram, and C. S. Miller, Death related to dental treatment: a systematic review, Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Oral Radiology, vol. 123, iss. 2, pp. 194-204. e10, Feb. 2017. The first article performed a review of over 20 studies focused on death […]

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