Sinus Perforation?

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A sinus perforation can occur when a maxillary tooth is extracted. The perforation will typically heal in a decent amount of time, as long as it is treated properly. By following the directions given by the doctor, an individual with a perforated sinus should heal easily. Some things that you should not do with a sinus perforation include blowing your nose, messing with the clot in the socket, and smoking. It is also important to take the medication that were prescribed by the doctor.
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