teeth extraction in dubai

Tooth Extraction in Dubai

Better a tooth out, than always aching

Preserving your natural teeth to maintain their strength and health is pivotal for a better quality of life. However, if you neglect your tooth to the point where it suffers from a severe level of damage, the tooth can no longer be saved.

Tooth extraction is typically a short outpatient procedure performed by a dentist or an oral surgeon. The process entails the numbing of the tooth to ensure you experience no pain during the procedure. In some cases, a root canal treatment is recommended along with an extraction procedure.

Reasons you may need a tooth extraction

While tooth extraction may still be unpleasant, it can be the key to relieving dental pain and preventing future dental problems, such as:

Wisdom Tooth Extraction in Dubai

Easy and painless extraction
of wisdom tooth

Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth to emerge in the mouth. The complications that arise from the emergence of wisdom teeth depend solely on the way it grows into your mouth.

For instance, wisdom teeth can get stuck below the gum area, causing pain and impacted wisdom teeth. If left untreated, it can cause a variety of gum diseases such as gingivitis and pericoronitis.

In other cases, wisdom teeth are known for growing at an odd angle or causing partial eruptions, which can significantly distort the alignment of the rest of the teeth. Also, you run the risk of developing dental problems with your oral health.

Since, it can cause infections in the gums, tooth roots, and adjacent teeth, they need to be extracted as soon as they are discovered. Thus, Dr. Michael’s Dental clinic offers some of the easiest and most painless wisdom tooth extraction in Dubai.

What happens if the wisdom tooth is not extracted?

Although severe toothache is the primary reason for a wisdom tooth extraction, let us check out some other reasons that necessitate the removal of wisdom tooth:

Gum Inflammation

The gum area surrounding the impacted wisdom tooth gets inflamed

Tooth Decay

The tooth in question would be susceptible to tooth decay

Swollen Face

Because of recurrent toothaches caused by partial eruptions, even the face becomes swollen and distorted

Sore Lymph nodes

The lymph nodes prevailing below the jaw become swollen and sore as well

Difficulty to function

In general, the person might find it difficult to carry out daily tasks like brushing their teeth, eating, drinking, etc

wisdom teeth extraction in dubai

Wisdom Tooth Extraction Vs Normal Tooth Extractions

A simple or normal tooth extraction occurs when the tooth has erupted from the gum line.
Some of the few instances where you may require tooth extraction are:

Due to the easy visibility of tooth structure, the dentist can simply extract the tooth using forceps.

Wisdom tooth extraction, on the other hand, can be perceived as a complicated dental procedure because the tooth has not yet fully erupted. Although they are complex dental treatments, impacted wisdom teeth should be removed as soon they have been identified since they might create more problems to your oral health. Unlike normal tooth removal treatments, wisdom tooth needs to be extracted surgically.

Our specialist dentists

Tooth removal-procedure

  • Analysis and Planning

    In this stage, the dental x-rays of the patient’s wisdom tooth are analyzed, and a suitable treatment plan is devised.

  • Administering Anaesthesia

    the oral surgeons will then administer anaesthesia near the extraction sites, to numb the area.

  • Tooth Extraction

    The dentist will start to loosen the tooth in the gum using a dental tool called an elevator. After that, they will use forceps to remove the tooth from the gum.

  • Incision & Extraction (Wisdom Tooth Removal)

    Here, a small incision is made on the gum, to expose the bone and tooth. Next, the surgeon will remove the impacted wisdom teeth that are blocking the tooth root.

  • Wound Closure

    Following, the extraction site is cleaned again, and the incision is stitched to promote healing of the wound. Finally, the gauze is placed on the extraction site to control bleeding.

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FAQs

Most frequently asked questions

The cost of teeth removal solely depends upon the type of tooth extraction that is advised to the patient. Also, the cost of wisdom tooth extraction is different from the normal tooth extraction procedures. This is because wisdom tooth removal involves a surgical intervention to extract partially/fully impacted teeth.

No, our dentists will make sure that you have a painless tooth extraction experience. This is done by administering either local anaesthesia or general anaesthesia based on the patient’s case.

No, wisdom tooth extraction is not necessary. However, it is recommended by our dentists as the best course of action, because the eruptions of wisdom teeth can sometimes crowd the mouth and cause misalignment of neighbouring teeth. An overcrowded mouth can also result in damage to the teeth’s functionality, pain, infection, and much more.

Yes. impacted wisdom teeth can affect your sinuses. The teeth roots of these molars can push the sinuses and create unwarranted pressure on them. As a result of this pressure, it could cause other bodily health issues like headaches, sinus pain, and congestion.

 

Exercises and other strenuous activities need to be avoided for a few days after the tooth extraction. To ensure that the blood clot on the extraction site remains for healing, the patient is advised to avoid rinsing or consuming hot food and beverages for at least 24 hours. It is also advisable to occasionally treat the extracted side of the mouth (cheek) with an ice pack.

 

Exercises and other strenuous activities need to be avoided for a few days after the tooth extraction. To ensure that the blood clot on the extraction site remains for healing, the patient is advised to avoid rinsing or consuming hot food and beverages for at least 24 hours. It is also advisable to occasionally treat the extracted side of the mouth (cheek) with an ice pack.

 

Although the patient could resume their regular lives within a few days after an extraction, our dentists advise that the extraction site would require up to two weeks to heal completely.

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