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Tooth Removal/Tooth Extraction Surgery

When is tooth removal necessary?

Tooth removal is a last resort. If a tooth is damaged by tooth decay or it is chipped or broken, a dentist will first attempt to repair it through a filling, root canal, or crown repair. When a tooth is damaged beyond repair or an infection is causing gum disease, sometimes the dentist has no choice but to remove it. Removal is the most common cause of tooth extraction though in some instances diseases and medications require tooth extraction surgery.
Tooth decay, gum disease, a broken tooth, organ transplantation, orthodontic treatment, cancer treatments, and wisdom teeth are some other reasons for tooth removal or tooth removal surgery.

How much does it cost for tooth extraction or removal?

The price can range depending on the complexity of the procedure but generally it’s up to $160.

When should I consider tooth removal/tooth extraction as a treatment?

Consider seeking treatment:

If the infected tooth has caused damage to the root

When a tooth prevents the growth of an adjacent tooth

In cases of Gum/Periodontal disease

If a broken tooth can’t be repaired using another method

For an abscess on the gums or surrounding your teeth

Crowded teeth/mouth-prior to dentures or braces to cure overcrowded teeth

If impacted wisdom teeth do not fit in the jaw or are causing pain

For radiation therapy to the neck and head

If other diseases and medication prompt removal

Dental Tip: Tooth removal should be the last solution!

What is the difference between tooth removal/surgical extractions?

Simple tooth extractions

Simple extractions are performed on teeth visible from outside the mouth and can be easily done by general dentists. The dentist gives a patient an anesthetic gel or an injection of local anesthetic before removing the tooth.

Surgical Extractions

These are mostly performed on teeth that are not easily accessible or visible, for example when the teeth are broken under the gum line or partially erupted teeth. In these circumstances, the surgeon must cut and remove gum to remove a piece of bone or tooth.

At Diamond Dental Clinics, We do all we can to save your teeth as every dentist has to do, and when the tooth extraction procedure is necessary it carried out by our expert dentist considering all safety measures using sterilized equipment.

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