Tooth Extraction

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What is Tooth Extraction?

A tooth extraction is the permanent removal of a tooth from its socket and may be done manually using forceps or surgically. Extraction is recommended when the tooth cannot be saved with other treatments such as root canal treatment and to prevent infection from spreading to other areas of your mouth. It may also be performed to extract extra teeth. Your dentist may recommend pulling a tooth if there is severe tooth decay that affects the underlying nerve, an infected tooth that does not respond to antibiotics or root canal therapy, improperly positioned or overcrowding of teeth, tooth trauma causing irreparable damage, problematic wisdom teeth.

Conditions that Require Tooth Extraction

Excessive tooth decay, tooth infection and crowding may require tooth extraction.
One or two teeth may need to be extracted to make room while the other teeth of the braces are set in place.
People who are undergoing chemotherapy or are about to have an organ transplant may need to have compromised teeth extracted to keep their mouths healthy.
Tooth extraction is performed by a dentist or oral surgeon and is a relatively quick outpatient procedure with local, general, intravenous anesthesia or a combination thereof. Removing visible teeth is a simple extraction. Broken, sub-surface or impacted teeth require a more extensive procedure.

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How Tooth Extraction Is Performed?

Simple extraction
A visible tooth in the mouth is extracted. First, the tooth is loosened with a tool called an elevator. The dentist then uses forceps to remove the tooth.
Surgical extraction
Surgery is required if the tooth is impacted or broken at the gum line. In this, the dental surgeon makes a small incision in the gum to remove the impacted wisdom tooth or broken tooth. Whether it is a simple or surgical extraction, the principles of tooth extraction are basically the same. These are:
Step 1: Numbing the tooth
Tooth extraction begins with a shot of anaesthetic for the tooth, gum and bone tissue surrounding it.
How much you feel the bite of the needle essentially depends on the type of tissue in which the shot of anaesthetic is given.
Step 2: Extraction of the tooth
When tooth is extracted, what happens is that the tooth is pulled from its socket (in jawbone). The tooth is normally firmly encased in the socket, and held in place by a ligament. To remove the tooth, the doctor enlarges the socket before he can separate the tooth from the ligament, then out of the socket.
The bone that encases the root of the tooth is relatively spongy. Rocking the tooth back and forth against the socket walls therefore causes the bone to compress. Eventually there would be enough space and the tooth is separated from the ligament.

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