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one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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properties attributable to your ancestry

the action of taking out something (especially using effort or force)

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Considering the foregoing, the Court finds that there is a need for accused Reyes to undergo panoramic x-ray and tooth extraction surgery, and that the same cannot be performed within Camp Bagong Diwa,' the court said.
Methods: The randomised, prospective study was conducted at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey, from September to November 2013, and comprised children who were due to undergo tooth extraction.
Several reasons have been incriminated in tooth extraction.
Infection of the infratemporal space is a rare clinical condition which occurs mostly due to dental infection, tooth extraction, fractures involving the maxillary sinus and infections of the maxillary sinus.
For these reasons, in this study, we aimed to share our experience, anesthetic agent chosen, associated postoperative complications, their frequencies and risk factors in pediatric patients who underwent tooth extraction under sedoanalgesia.
Dental caries predominates as the most common reason for tooth extraction in most countries.
conducted a study on 63 patients with coronary artery disease who required tooth extraction.
In fact, efficient doctors prefer single visit treatments as they reduces inter-appointment microbial contamination and are generally more convenient to the patient Sadly, tooth extraction has long been the go-to procedure for most of the people who experience pain
This procedure, called diastema, stops food impaction within the front teeth and gums and prevents the need for tooth extraction later in life.
They address the history of single tooth implants, diagnosis and treatment planning, bone physiology, metabolism, biomechanics, bone grafts and bone substitute materials, tooth extraction and site preservation, implant placement with simultaneous guided bone regeneration, immediate implant placement and provisionalization of maxillary anterior single implants, dental implant maintenance and the relevance of scientific evidence in decision making, and treatment outcomes.
Wrong- site tooth extraction (WSTE) is defined as the extraction of a tooth other than the one intended by the referring dentist with negative consequences.
After a tooth extraction, some patients have to wait up to a year for the body to heal in order to accommodate an implant.
Amado Diaz Provincial Foundation Hospital in Midsayap, and the Army's 40th Infantry Brigade provided free medical check-ups to 389 individuals, tooth extraction to 55 persons, and circumcision to 31 young boys.