You might require a dental extraction for a variety of reasons, such as tooth decay, damage, or severe injury. To prevent harm to the gums or the neighboring teeth, the dentist will simply pull the tooth.
Dentists recommend tooth extractions as safe and practical since gums have a natural ability to repair itself. Not all dental extractions, however, are the result of injury or untreated diseases. Patients frequently get their wisdom teeth removed in order to avoid crowding or discomfort if the wisdom tooth doesn’t emerge properly.
A straightforward dental extraction is one in which the tooth is simply pulled out using dental instruments. It is administered to teeth that are visible and easy to reach. Local anesthetic is used throughout the treatment.
Alternatively, a surgical extraction is done when the damaged tooth is impacted and is not accessible. To remove the tooth, an incision must be made in the connective tissue.
When you do have to get an extraction, we will provide you with the support and care you need to recover quickly and with as little discomfort as possible.