Extraction treatments might be straightforward or need some bone cutting (Surgical Extraction). An impacted tooth is one that has not fully emerged (emerged fully into the oral cavity). The impacted tooth may be completely encased in bone (full bony impaction), partially encased in bone (partial bony impaction), or merely encased in soft gum tissue (soft gum impaction) (a soft tissue impaction). Wisdom teeth aren’t the only ones that might cause problems. Every permanent tooth has the potential to be impacted. There may be no need for therapy if the impact does not appear to damage the neighbouring teeth. It may be necessary to remove it if it affects other teeth. As the leading dental clinic we offer efficient tooth extraction Abu Dhabi. First Dent is well equipped to handle even the most complex tooth extraction and procedures. With a competent and careful approach, our professional dentists can perform tooth extraction Abu Dhabi treatments with little to no discomfort. To avoid additional difficulties, the missing tooth space will be quickly filled with an implant/denture or a bridge.
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Benefits of Tooth Extraction
- Trauma to the tooth
- Tooth decay or infection
- New and permanent tooth is erupting just below the baby tooth
- As part of orthodontic therapy
- Third molars or wisdom tooth might need extraction in certain cases
You can go about your activities easily because now you are painless. Whatever the problem has been was resolved with tooth extraction. If you have tooth pain, get it treated as soon as possible, because leaving it as it is could lead to more problems, including affecting the roots, affecting the neighbouring tooth and so on. With timely tooth extraction in Abu Dhabi, you no longer have to worry about the cavity or the infection spreading to a different area, as that could lead to more complex procedures and pain. Tooth extraction is important if you want to prevent the spreading of infection to other teeth, tissues and bones.
Once the tooth is extracted, our dentist would place a piece of gauze over the extraction site, and you can apply pressure by closing it down, with firm, steady pressure. This would help the blood to clot and eventually stop the bleeding. With clotting happening correctly, the area where the extraction has been done will start healing. It is alright if you have slight bleeding for 24 hours after the extraction.
You can take painkillers and apply an ice pack to the area after the tooth extraction. Leave the ice-pack for 10 minutes, and then remove it. Place it after some time, because continuous placement of ice-packs can cause tissue damage. Don’t rinse your mouth, eat any hard foods for 24 hours after the procedure. Avoid hot meals or do anything that might dislodge the blood clot. Once the 24 hours are up, rinse your mouth with salt solution. While sleeping, you can prop your head up with pillows because the flat position can prolong healing. You can have soup, yoghurt, pudding, and other soft foods until the area has healed.
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How do I know if I need a tooth extraction?
- You may need a tooth extraction, if you have:
- Tooth decay that is too severe to be fixed by a filling or crown.
- severe gum disease that has made teeth mobile.
- a packed mouth that necessitates tooth extractions for orthodontic therapy.
- Pain or other dental problems brought on by impacted wisdom teeth.