The removal of a tooth from the mouth. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons, including decay that has destroyed enough tooth structure to
render the tooth un-restorable. Extractions of impacted or problematic wisdom teeth are routinely performed, as are extractions of some permanent teeth to make space for people requiring dental braces.
The thought of having a tooth out is often traumatic for patients, mainly because of stories heard from “other” Rest assured you are in good hands with us, we will help you through the process.
Possible Disadvantages Extraction of teeth is irreversible and as with all surgery it has risks involved.Signs of swelling post operative.Soreness to other areas of the mouth due to opening and stretching.Possible infection requiring further treatment may result in a dry socket,this may require
more treatment and can last for 7-10 days.Possible damage to other teeth.Numbness or altered sensation in the lip,chin,jaw, this is normally temporary but
sometimes permanent.Trismus:- limited jaw opening again usually temporary.Bleeding. significant bleeding is not common(unless on blood thinners) some oozing can
be expectedSharp edges or splinters may form on the edge of the socket. these may require removal
at a later date/smoothing off.In complete removal of all roots, to avoid injury to vital area such as the nerves or sinus.Sometimes bits of roots can be displaced into the upper sinus and require further treatment
maybe at hospitalJaw fracture, while quite rare it is possible, those that do occur or often minor and