Painless Tooth Extraction
Teeth are considered as asset if they come smoothly. But if they do not erupt properly or are misaligned, they are required to be extracted as they can damage the adjacent teeth. A teeth should be removed if it cannot rescue from a toothache, tooth decay, or periodontal disease.
We are known for our innovative techniques for painless tooth removal. You can rely us for:
- Minimal time required
- Handling complicated extraction
- We require expertise and time
Symptoms of an infected or damaged tooth
- Swelling gums
- Difficulty in opening your jaw
- Bad breath
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Pain during chewing or biting
- Difficulty in opening your mouth
- Repetitive cheek biting
How Tooth Extraction is done?
In the traditional procedure a dentist moves the tooth back and forth by holding it with forceps. It loosen teeth from the bone by removing the overlying gum if required. After this, a blood clot forms in the place of tooth. This clot helps in healing and should not be removed. Some light bleeding and swelling may occur over the next 24 hours.
Consequences of Tooth Extraction
A missing tooth leaves a large enough gap for other teeth to shift. You may also have difficulty chewing and may experience a problem with malocclusion (bad bite). These difficulties can be alleviated with dental implants, fixed bridges or dentures.