What is Dry Socket or Alveolar Osteitis – Picture

What is Dry Socket or Alveolar Osteitis?
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Dry socket or alveolar osteitis is the painful complication which typically occurs after a tooth is pulled out. Failure of blood to clot around the wound is the one medics referred to as dry socket or alveolar osteitis. treated by systematic irrigation by saline medium to remove debris from the socket. This is best done by the dentist but the patient can also be trained to perform the procedure.

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