Having a tooth yanked out can be a routine dental procedure, but in some cases, individuals can experience symptoms of nerve damage post-extraction. Nerve damage can occur in multiple ways, affecting the jaw, tongue, or surrounding sensations. Identifying the signs of nerve damage is important for seeking a prompt solution and preventing possible long-term complications.
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