Dentists and oral surgeons perform extractions for a variety of reasons. The problem could be a painful wisdom tooth or a tooth that has been badly damaged by tooth decay. In some cases, the dentist will remove a tooth to make room for restorations or braces.
An oral surgeon, not a dentist, can remove teeth when the situation is more complicated. In many cases, they extract third molars or wisdom teeth.
A dentist or surgeon will numb the front teeth to make patients more comfortable. While tooth extraction can still be uncomfortable, it may be the key to alleviating toothache and preventing future problems.
In this article, we outline the different types of tooth extraction and why people need them. We also describe the preparation and what to expect after the procedure.
Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth.
Dentists and oral surgeons remove their teeth for a variety of reasons. Some examples include:
- deer disease
- dental infection
- injury or injury to surrounding teeth or bones
- Wisdom tooth complications
- prepare for dental prostheses
- Prepare braces if your teeth are very crowded
- Baby teeth do not fall off at an appropriate age
The right type of extraction depends on the tooth shape, size, position and position in mouth.
A dental surgeon can classify tooth extraction as simple or surgical. A simple tooth extraction involves a tooth …