There’s a new twist in the ongoing fight to get teeth removed from dental patients: dental surgeons are turning to a controversial procedure that will give patients the option of removing their teeth before they die.
The procedure, which has been around since the 1950s, involves extracting teeth from the mouthpiece and then pulling them out of the patient’s mouth with a machine that is designed to cause damage to the patient.
In a paper published online on Friday, the American Dental Association said that it was concerned about the impact of this controversial procedure on the health of the patients and the environment.
Dental surgeons are known to use other dental procedures, such as enamel implants, on the teeth of patients.
But the ADA paper said the procedures have been controversial in recent years because of concerns about their safety, cost and effectiveness.
The paper cited a recent study from the American College of Surgeons which found that, compared with removing the teeth after the procedure, removing the patient from the procedure would result in an increase in risk of infection.
The researchers also said that there was no proof that the procedure was safer than using a mouth-to-mouth extraction.
“Our findings suggest that the removal of a patient’s teeth prior to extraction may cause significant risk of disease,” the researchers wrote.
“While the safety and effectiveness of this procedure are still unclear, we strongly urge the federal and state governments to prohibit this procedure.”
In recent years, there have been a number of reports of people dying in the US due to complications after being pulled out of a mouthpiece.
The dental surgery has also been linked to more serious complications, such an increase of bacteria and viruses in the patient, or an increase within a week of the procedure.