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.