In only the most extreme and necessary cases—such as when its roots are damaged beyond repair, tooth decay or teeth decay—we may extract a tooth in preparation for a restorative dentistry procedure, such as dentures or implants. Tooth extraction is the removal of teeth from your dental socket. Your dentist will give you anesthetic to numb the gum areas around your teeth. Sometimes stitches are needed to close the gum edges. Teeth extraction are generally very safe. Proper oral hygiene and aftercare procedures can help you recover faster and prevent infections from occurring.
It is recommended that you follow the Extraction Aftercare Instructions after your treatment.