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Surgical Extractions

  • The surgical extraction of teeth is actually the most common surgical procedure When a tooth is visible above the gum line and your dentist can easily remove it with forceps, the procedure is called a simple extraction. If a more unstable tooth has yet to grow in, though, your dentist needs to remove gum tissue or bone in order to extract it. This is called a surgical extraction, and requires stitches to close the site so that it can heal properly. We have well qualified doctors for surgical extractions and also recommend a more specific pain medication following the procedure.

  • By taking an x-ray and examining your tooth, our dentist usually decides whether or not your extraction will be simple or surgical.

  • Wisdom teeth often face surgical extraction because they're usually stuck, meaning they are not completely vented into the mouth. This condition requires cutting through bone and tissue. Removing severely broken-down teeth, root tips or teeth with long-curved roots are other examples of surgical extractions. Then there are times when the bone around a tooth has become dense, resulting in the need for surgical treatment. We have well qualified doctors and up to the mark technology for best surgical extractions.