Dental Extraction, also called tooth extraction or tooth removal, is a dental procedure that involves the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jawbone.
While tooth extraction is typically considered a last resort, understanding the reasons behind this dental procedure is essential. Consult with a qualified dentist or oral surgeon to evaluate your specific situation and determine the most appropriate course of action to preserve your oral health.
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What are the different types of dental extractions?
There are two types of dental extractions. The dental surgeon will determine which one is the best for you according to the tooth’s shape, location, size, position, and condition.
What is the aftercare for a dental extraction?
After a dental extraction, the patient must take the following measures:
Does Dental Extraction hurt?
Pain sensations may occur, depending on the complexity of your dental extraction. You may feel the pinch of the needle as your dentist numbs up your teeth and gums, as well as the back-and-forth pressure that is used to loosen up a tooth. However, the dentist will typically give you local anesthesia to help you feel as comfortable as possible.