Tooth extraction may be necessary for various reasons. If you have advanced periodontal disease or significant tooth decay, your dentist may prescribe tooth extraction. In addition, teeth that are impacted, broken, malpositioned, or abscessed may need to be removed. The dentists at Bhardwaj Dental Clinic are well-trained and experienced in performing painless root canal treatment and tooth extraction services.
Tooth extraction is the removal of the tooth from its socket in the bone. There are several reasons a dentist may need to extract a tooth. The most common is that a tooth is broken or damaged by decay but can’t be fixed with only a filling or a crown. Other reasons could include a patient having extra teeth that block others from coming in, a patient having baby teeth that don’t fall out in time for permanent teeth to take their place, the room is needed to be made for braces, or more.
Why might you need to have a tooth extraction service?
Extraction of teeth is a very common operation. It should be emphasized that an extraction is only performed as a last option when there is nothing more that can be done to save the tooth.
Here’s an overview of some of the most common reasons for tooth extraction:
Deep decay– This is still the most prevalent reason for tooth extraction, accounting for around two-thirds of all extractions. Root canal treatments are not possible when decay affects both the surface and the pulp of the tooth. Root canal treatment is only possible if the tooth’s overall structure is in fine condition.
Extra teeth- Extra teeth can have a variety of causes, but the most frequent is that they are baby teeth that have not yet been shed. Extra teeth occupy arch space, forcing adjacent teeth to twist out of place. In this instance, tooth extraction is required to allow adequate room for the teeth to realign properly.
Periodontal disease- Teeth are frequently extracted because the gums and surrounding bone have weakened to the point that they can no longer firmly keep the tooth in place. Advanced periodontal disease is nearly invariably the cause of bone and gum recession (gum disease). Because of the low bone density, the chances of recovering the original tooth are slim.
Fractured teeth- Fortunately, root canal treatment allows dentists to preserve damaged teeth in the majority of cases. However, in certain cases, the tooth has broken in such a way that it is difficult to restore. In most situations, your oral health expert will remove the tooth and replace it with a prosthesis.
If your dentist has suggested a tooth extraction, for any reason, Dentistry At Somerset is here to make the procedure as efficient and comfortable as possible and to answer any questions along the way.
There are two types of extractions:
- Simple Extraction Procedure: If you are receiving a simple extraction, this means that the tooth that is being extracted can be seen in the mouth. Our skilled dentists will loosen the tooth with an instrument called an elevator. The dentist will then remove the tooth with forceps.
- Surgical Extraction Procedure: A dentist will suggest performing a surgical extraction if the tooth has been broken at the gum line or has yet to break through the gum and come into the mouth. The dentist or oral surgeon will make a small incision into the gym in order to remove the tooth. This extraction is most commonly seen while extracting wisdom teeth.
Both extractions share the same pain relief methods.
How is the tooth extraction procedure performed?
In general, tooth extraction service might be easy or entail more complicated surgical procedures. After providing local anesthesia to the treatment site, simple extractions are conducted on completely erupted teeth. The tooth is elevated and then the periodontal ligament is severed using instruments. Dental forceps are then used to delicately extract the tooth.
Surgical extractions are performed on teeth that are either hidden or inaccessible, such as wisdom teeth that have not yet erupted. A drill is used to accurately remove a portion of the surrounding bone tissue after an incision in the gum tissue is created. To entirely remove a tooth, it may need to be broken into multiple pieces.
Pain Relief During Procedure
A local anesthetic will be provided during the procedure. We also offer laughing gas as an option during the procedure.
Pain Relief After Procedure
Using ice packs on jaws to reduce swelling and eating soft and cool foods for a few days after the procedure are common recommendations to lessen pain and prevent infection. Also gently rinsing with warm salt water for a few days afterwards and avoiding smoking will prevent infection.
Tooth extraction cost in Indore
Tooth extraction involves multiple procedures hence cost varies from case to case. But we assure you that we provide the best tooth extraction service in Indore. At Bhardwaj Dental Clinic, tooth extraction is completely safe. To know the tooth extraction cost at bhardwaj dental clinic call us or book an appointment: https://bhardwajdentalclinic.com/appointment/
Why choose us as the best tooth extraction clinic?
Bhardwaj Dental Clinic is one of the best tooth extraction clinics in Indore, having highly qualified dentists and 17+ years of experience. We are equipped with the latest technology and modern dental solutions for your treatment. Bhardwaj dental clinic has cutting-edge technology and methods that meet international standards. In this COVID 19 pandemic situation, BDC has special precautions for patients so they can visit the clinic without any fear.
Frequently Asked Questions
-If your dentist has placed gauze over the wound, leave it in place for two hours
-Don’t Touch the Wound.
-Don’t Smoke or Drink.
For most people, the pain tends to decrease after the third day. Granulation tissue forms after a week to ten days, protecting the extraction site until the bone can form.
When a tooth is extracted, it is removed from its socket (in the jawbone). The tooth is typically securely enclosed in the socket, with a ligament holding it in place. To extract the tooth, the dentist first enlarges the socket before separating the tooth from the ligament and then pulling it out.
you shouldn’t experience any pain. Your surgeon will administer local anesthesia before the procedure so you’ll be nice and numb.