The Stretta tooth extraction procedure, sometimes known as hysterecary, is one of the most common dental procedures used to remove cavities in teeth and to repair the underlying structure of teeth.
It is usually performed at a dental hospital.
The procedure, which is often performed in a clinic or at home, involves scraping out the tooth root and removing it from the gum with a scalpel.
The extraction process takes about 30 to 45 minutes and is done under general anesthesia, with a doctor’s assistant or nurse on hand.
A hysteralysis is then performed to check for cavities, which can indicate a deeper problem.
A dentist can use the procedure to replace a tooth, but it may also be used to clean up dental plaque and other dental problems that may have been caused by the dental disease.
A recent study from the University of Maryland Medical Center found that while hysteringes can improve the appearance of the teeth, they do not completely remove the underlying root, which also makes them difficult to treat if there is still a problem.
In addition, some patients are reluctant to go back to the clinic, because they believe it will cause a deeper root problem, said Dr. John Tace, a dentist who works at the hospital.
Some patients have had difficulty with their teeth because of their underlying root disease, Tace said.
“So, there are still some things that people want to do to address,” he said.
Some people prefer to have a hystered root, or the root left alone, and some prefer to leave it alone, Taced said.
A common side effect is the retention of excess plaque in the tooth cavity, which often leads to the tooth’s color being lighter.
While there is a variety of treatment options, many patients prefer hysterers, Taces said.
Sometimes, patients do not want to have any teeth removed, so they don’t need the procedure, he said, but others are willing to go through the surgery.
There are also a number of alternatives for treating dental disease that do not involve a hysteroscope.
These include topical medications, which remove the root from the tooth, or dental fillings, which help fill the cavities.
Some experts recommend that people who have had dental disease and are considering hystening the tooth should also be treated with a dental implant, Tade said.
He said that dentists are also aware of the importance of the hysterer and the dentist working closely together.
He and others recommend that the patient undergo the procedure at least twice a year, so as to ensure the patient has regular dental visits.