Tooth Extraction



Tooth Extraction

Soring of the jaw, bruising and any other kind of swelling after the removal is deemed to be normal. In such cases, tooth extraction is the best treatment. Wisdom teeth removal is a tough procedure, and there are a number of risks and complications which are connected with that. It is less uncomfortable when the patient is younger.

In order to keep overall dental health, you may need to find the tooth extracted. Lots of people have impacted wisdom teeth. A wisdom tooth is usually removed through an oral specialist. It is one of the four teeth that are a part of third set of molars. It is a common dental problem that needs extraction at times. At that time in case you don’t choose to eliminate your wisdom teeth than at that time you must make sure that you floss your teeth on a standard basis, getting all of the way to the back teeth.

When the tooth is removed, a cotton swab is put at the place of the tooth and you’re requested to bite down on it and apply pressure to halt the bleeding. In the event of some individuals, wisdom teeth may not emerge whatsoever. Impacted wisdom teeth are dreadful and can induce decay to a number of your teeth if they’re not removed.

Whenever the teeth are removed surgically you’ll have stitches and a gauze packing inside your mouth. Aside from improving facial aesthetics, they play a vital role in digestion. It is preferable to remove such teeth. Hence, teeth need effective services to preserve their functionality too. So at that time it’s important to extract your teeth. It’s still true that you have an actual remedy to your missing full upper teeth in the kind of Zygomatic implants.

The extraction way is simple. It isn’t as easy as having an easy extraction. Wisdom tooth extraction is a routine procedure, and the danger of complications is practically negligible. It is a common procedure, but you may find that post-surgical pain makes it difficult to fall asleep. In such cases, it is the only way to solve such major issues.

In the event the tooth has not erupted yet and there’s a swelling, then there is most likely a cyst present in regard to the tooth. Wisdom teeth are molars, which generally appear after age 16 and before age 25. They are frequently extracted from the mouths of teens and adults alike. Impacted wisdom teeth often require extraction.

In some instances, the tooth may be left alone, if it’s probably not going to cause any issues. If the wisdom teeth is painful then it should be removed. The impacted wisdom teeth are broken up into various categories, dependent on the alignment of the tooth.

We practice minimal invasive dentistry, still tooth extractions are frequently encountered due to the following:

  • Severely decayed teeth that cannot be saved
  • Badly broken/fractured teeth
  • Mobile teeth with inherent bone loss
  • Teeth in the fracture line
  • To create space for orthodontic purpose
  • Wisdom teeth that have failed to erupt completely
  • Tooth impacted anywhere in the jaw
  • Supernumerary, supplementary or malformed teeth
  • Extraction of teeth in the field of radiation of head and neck

Tooth lost due to any reason should be replaced immediately or as soon as possible to maintain bone integrity, preserve esthetics, prevent drifting of neighbouring teeth & supraeruption of opposing teeth thereby resulting in loss of chewing efficiency. Please consult us for suitable treatment planning and execution.

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Surgical Extraction

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, usually erupt between 17-25 years of age. In some cases, they do not appear, they erupt uneventfully in a few while they erupt at an angle damaging adjacent tooth/bone in many cases. They may be partially or completely covered by gums or bone until they appear in the mouth. Difficulty in brushing may lead to accumulation of food and bacteria between the tooth and gum flap leading to pain, infection and inflammation called PERICORONITIS.

Antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, painkillers and warm saline rinses are given as a first line of treatment. If symptoms do not subside or recur frequently, removal of the wisdom tooth is advised. At Dental Panache, highly skilled oral surgeon graduated from Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences ensures

  • Quick painless tooth removal
  • Complete asepsis
  • International standards of infection control
  • Speedy recovery
  • Minimal pain and swelling helping you to resume work soon after




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