Full mouth debridement is technically a term to describe the removal of heavy build-up from all your teeth so that an in-depth periodontal evaluation may be performed. See 2 more doctor answers
A cleanout and...
Often pressure sores are bottle shaped, with a small skin opening overlying a larger cavity that may extend to an underlying pressure point. This causes dead tissue to build up in the cavity, which is an excellent growing medium for bacteria. Debridement is removal of dead tissue and debris and enlargement of the skin opening: this allows easier cleaning and/or flap closure when the wound is clean. See 2 more doctor answers
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You need to see the basic parts of what makes up an entire tooth and all adjacent structures. Too detailed for answer here. See 2 more doctor answers
With a good topical anesthetic a full mouth debridement should not be painful. See 4 more doctor answers
Of dirty, loose or contaminated tissue from the cornea.
Debridement of what
It matters what is debrided. See 1 more doctor answers
Surgical cleaning up
See prior answer regarding debridement in general, regardless of where in body. In oral cavity, debridement would be recommended if any area was very infected, macerated, extensively built up plaque. Ask the dentist why it has to be done, what is the process that it involved, and how much does it cost. See 2 more doctor answers
Debridement is to remove anything that may be contributing to your gum disease. Toxins on the root surface of the tooth, infection in the soft tissue, infection and/or pus that may have infiltrated the bone. See 8 more doctor answers
The doctor cut away these layers of tissue, likely because they were unhealthy. See 1 more doctor answers
Debridement is the removal of dead, damaged or diseased tissue from a wound. It can be done in several ways. If you use a knife, this is "sharp" debridement, which is often done in a surgical setting, making it surgical debridement.
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