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Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction

Reasons for Tooth Extraction

Tooth extractions become necessary due to progressive decay in teeth.

For reasons such as tumors, cysts, etc., a tooth must be removed, and the damage repaired.

A tooth is extracted due to a tear, and damage to the tooth bone caused by falls and impacts.

Extraction due to the discomfort level of impacted teeth.

Milk teeth that are behind time are removed because they do not fall out.

Teeth known as wisdom teeth can be extracted.

Extraction of the upper tooth may be necessary for problems caused by the jawbone.

How is Tooth Extraction Performed?

Local anesthesia is used during tooth extraction. The area where the extraction will be performed is numbed, so no pain is felt.

The medication is injected into the gum. Numbness occurs a few minutes later.

The dentist ensures the area is sufficiently numbed, providing more medication if necessary.

Usually, the numbing process is successful on the first try. Pain thresholds and patient conditions also affect the nature of the procedures.

The targeted tooth is extracted from the numbed area by the doctor.