Tooth Extraction Treatment

What Is Tooth Extraction?

It is the process of removing the tooth from its socket in the jawbone under local anesthesia.

When Is Tooth Extraction Necessary?

Tooth extraction, often the last resort for dentists, is performed when a tooth cannot be retained in the mouth due to conditions such as dental caries, gum problems, the need for orthodontic treatment, becoming a source of infection, or forming a cyst or tumor.

How Is Tooth Extraction Performed?

The procedure involves painlessly separating the tooth from the periodontal ligaments under local anesthesia.

How Does the Extraction Site Heal?

After extraction, a blood clot forms in the extraction site, leading to healing within a short period.