Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction

The removal of a tooth from the mouth is known as dental extraction or tooth extraction. Tooth extraction can be straightforward or difficult. Simple extractions can be used to remove visible and loose teeth. Only when it has been luxated back and forth will the dentist need to lift it using dental forceps.

On the other hand, a complex extraction entails removing teeth that are difficult to reach. They might not have fully emerged or they might have fractured under the gums, to name a couple of possible causes.

This has to be cut. To make it easier to remove, the tooth needs to be removed into several pieces, a procedure that is typically done by a specialist.

The following conditions may require tooth extraction procedure:
  • Teeth that are too badly decayed and cannot be saved by root canal treatment have to be removed to prevent spread of infection.
  • For orthodontic treatment when is space is needed.
  • Damaged teeth brought about by injuries such as trip or falls and sports accidents
  • Gum disease that leads to moving teeth.
  • Overcrowded teeth.
  • Wisdom teeth  when they come out  misaligned.

After a routine checkup, our dentist will decide whether or not teeth need to be pulled. When the time comes, if necessary, she might suggest restorative dentistry solutions to close the gap. Concerning pain management, you don’t need to fret because we’ve got you covered.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

The third and final set of molars in the back of the mouth are known as wisdom teeth. The majority of people develop them in their late teens or early 20s. They are positioned correctly in some persons, but if they are affected or misplaced, they may need to be removed (stuck in the bone).

Wisdom teeth can expand in any direction, including horizontally, when they are misplaced (sleeping tooth). Crowding results from this, which also harms the nearby teeth, the jaw, and to some extent, the nerves. Those that slant towards the neighbouring molars may trap food particles there, eventually leading to decay in the neighbouring teeth. Impacted teeth are ones that are entirely or partially embedded in soft tissue or bone. When a wisdom tooth only partially emerges through the gums, an opening is left for food particles and germs to enter, flourish, and repeatedly infect the tooth.

The best way to determine where your wisdom teeth are located is to have your dentist examine you and take x-rays. If the wisdom tooth’s position is incorrect and there is no hope for a proper eruption, your dentist or oral surgeon may even suggest extractions before they fully erupt. By doing so, you might avoid a later, more painful and dangerous removal. When the root formation is insufficient and the surrounding bone density is lower, as is the case with late adolescence, it is advisable to remove wisdom teeth early.


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