NECROTIC TISSUE

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Excision of necrotic tissue.

NECROTIC TISSUE

Necrotic tissue is removed from the oral cavity for the general health of the patient.

Patients are advised to not allow their dental health to be placed on hold in pursuit of a career.

The body is an amazing machine that operates under the worst of conditions.

We pollute the body with an assortment of all sorts of chemicals.

The best intention of your survival is the protection of your body and its ability to function.

Healthcare workers for the most part are not surprised by what is seen in hospital and dental emergency rooms.

Some patients abuse their bodies for years hoping to not succumb to the end product.

The heart attack, that has the potential to cause sudden death is no joking matter.

Maximize your years in this realm paying attention to what you take into your body.

The human body is dragged all over creation causing us to question whether or not we receive rest while on vacation.

Treating patients through emergency dental care KC reveals very sick people, ambulatory, yet not fairing very well.

Not doing all that you can to care for the body can shorten your lifespan.

During World War I, infantrymen remained in trenches for long periods of time.

Nutrition was shoved aside following the first mandate of survival, to not be killed by the bullets and bombardments of your enemy.

In so doing soldiers developed necrotic tissue in their oral cavities called Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gfngivitis.

Walk in an operating room and the putrid smell of decaying flesh in your nostrils is not forgotten.

Multiple teeth removed preparing patients for dentures, is one way of detoxification.

The body starts to heal in the absence of infection and inflammation.

There is also healing noted in the presence of proper supplements, rest, exercise, and good nutrition.

Surgical procedures document that the excision of infected tissue and the removal of diseased teeth are good steps to conquer with the patient.

Remove the underlying causes of a problem and the world will thank you.

In my profession patients are thankful after their infected teeth are removed.

Patients feel a sense of accomplishment that relief does not have to be a stranger.

Healthcare workers can be viewed as friends working to keep patients feeling their best.

Take the time to have necrotic tissue removed and treated for optimal health.

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.    http://www.dentist4you.biz