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abscessed tooth can I pull it out myself?
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27253156:MV8yMTIzMjI4XzM1ODQ2NTY3XzUxRERBRTI1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 10097155:MV8yMTIzMjI4XzM1ODI0MzYxXzk5N0E0QTg5] Yep you can. Just use pliers with rubber or leather between the tooth and the metal. Clean your mouth decently enough with baking soda rinse thoroughly then clean again with peroxide. Get a strong, not too strong, grip on the tooth and slowly wiggle it from outer jaw to inner jaw. After a few minutes the nerves will begin deadening and the pain will start subsiding. Eventually the tooth will loosen and you can pull it free. Be sure to pull slowly so as not to leave nerve endings behind. After the tooth has been removed apply gauze to absorb most of the bleeding you will have to keep it gauze applied for atleast 24hrs to insure a blood clot forms in the socket. After you have removed the tooth post here and let me know how it went and I will explain to you how to avoid dry socket. [/quote] I'd really like to know if this poster has ever done what they are describing here. [/quote]
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