Why We Recommend Extractions
Tooth extraction is the removal of tooth from its bone socket.
When damaged, broken or decayed tooth fails to be repaired then the tooth is extracted. In some cases any loose tooth needs extraction if cannot be saved with bone replacement surgery.
- In many cases when people have extra teeth and block other teeth from coming in extraction is recommended by dentists.
- When baby teeth do not fall and oppose permanent teeth from coming in.
- Braces need space for the teeth. In that case extraction follows.
- Cancer drugs might develop the infected teeth to the patients. Infected teeth might be extracted.
- Also after organ transplant if teeth get infected then they are extracted.
- Wisdom teeth or third molars which appear in late 20s are removed if found decayed, cause pain, have cyst or carry infection since they would irritate the gum, cause pain and swelling.
Preparation for tooth extraction
If tooth is extracted there should be a dental plan to remove the tooth. Medicines, prescribed drugs, vitamins, supplements are to be followed as per the advice of the dentist. He would do X–ray to find the relationship with other teeth, with lower teeth and if its upper teeth then with sinuses and the nerve called inferior alveolar nerve or to check any bone disease, tumors or infections.
Post extraction tooth phase is carried on with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) which decrease the pain after extraction. But most pain disappears after a couple of days with medications. There will be clot on the empty socket. But this would heal with time. Complete instructions should be followed for this medication procedure.
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