CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR THE REMOVAL
Even if a given tooth meets one of the requirements for removal, in some situations the tooth should not be removed because of other factors or contraindications to extraction. These factors like the indications, are relative’ in their strength. In some situations the contraindication can be modified by the use of additional care or treatment, and the indicated extraction can be performed. In other situations however, the contraindication may be so significant that the tooth should not be removed until the severity of the problem has been resolved. Generally the contraindications are divided into two groups (1) systemic
and (2) local.