Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from the socket in the bone. If a tooth is broken or damaged by decay, your dentist will try to correct it with a filling, crown, or other treatment. However, there may be too much damage to the teeth that cannot be repaired. In this case, the tooth needs to be removed.

Rapid Recovery

Minimal Pain

Relieve Disease Effects

Tooth Extraction

  • Beginning of the operations

    Oral Consultation and Treatment Planning

    During the initial consultation, the dentist will perform various dental examinations to formulate treatment plans that fit the patient's needs.

  • Local Anesthesia

    The dentist will perform local anesthesia to numb the affected tooth area. This helps in reducing irritating pain during minor oral surgery.

  • Removing Embedded Teeth

    Doctors will use special techniques and skills, along with appropriate tools to cut and remove broken teeth.

  • Suture

    Before finishing the treatment, stitches are applied to the operation area in order to reduce bleeding and help healing time. However, It is recommended that they should be removed one week after surgery.

  • End of the operations

    Hygiene Care

    After the completion of the implant treatment, the patient should maintain regular and thorough oral hygiene. Regular visits to your dentist are essential to ensure optimum oral health outcomes.