For a variety of reasons, a patient could require a tooth removal treatment. A dentist or oral surgeon will remove a tooth that is damaged, decaying, or broken during the tooth extraction procedure. Many people may find the thought of getting their teeth pulled painful and traumatic. However, our dental clinic has the most skilled and knowledgeable dentists who are equipped to remove teeth with utmost care.

After a dentist has examined you, both of you will decide which procedure best suits you. Either a simple tooth extraction or a surgical one. In both situations, local anesthetic will be used. Both can be done in our clinic with ease by skilled dentists. For teeth that are still stuck inside the jaw and cannot be removed without making an incision, a surgical extraction is necessary. Our clinic’s oral surgeons will carefully execute the surgical extraction. Whether it’s a straightforward extraction or surgery, our skilled dentists will make sure everything goes smoothly. The happiness of our patients is our first priority.

Why You Might Need a Tooth Extraction Procedure?

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Wisdom Tooth Removal

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Our skilled dentists will thoroughly inspect the patient’s teeth. They will assess your general dental health and locate the problem tooth (or teeth). They will determine following an examination whether you require a non-surgical or surgical tooth extraction.

To numb the area around the damaged tooth during tooth removal, local anesthetic is given. For our patients, this will result in a pain-free procedure.

The dental extraction will be carried out by the dentist or oral surgeon. A further incision will be made during the procedure to expose the tooth for surgical extraction.

We’ll schedule a follow-up appointment to make sure everything is still going smoothly.

Care Following Tooth Extraction

After a tooth is extracted, bleeding is typical. However, it stops after an hour or two. Eventually, a blood clot forms, stopping the bleeding. In order to start the healing process, let the blood clot to form. Avoid eating anything or using a straw that could dislodge the clot.

Keep the space tidy. To ensure hygiene, you can use mouthwash as directed by the dentist. Alcohol, smoking, and hot liquids should all be avoided as these might disrupt the clot. Avoid eating hard foods that could hurt or harm the tender, delicate extraction site.