Oral Health

Question
Posted by: yollie | 2009/02/11

Q.

fracture

what is an aveola fracture i was in an accident and was told i had an aveola fracture so my three teeth had to be removed it was knocked out of its sockets when i laid a claim the lawyer said i had minor injuries i would like to know the seriousness of the fracture

Expert's Reply

A.

Oral health expert

the alveolar bone surrounds the teeth. The seriousness of the fracture can only be determined with the help of x-rays and an examination. Speak to the Dr who treated you

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