If your tooth is decayed, damaged or chipped and broken due to any reason then you must visit a dentist for repairing it using various dental restoration techniques such as root canal, crown, filling and various other treatments. however, sometimes a tooth is damaged beyond a point that it can’t be restored using any technique, in these cases extraction of the tooth from the socket in the bone is the only option.


Simple Extractions vs. Surgical Extractions

In a simple extraction process, the tooth is extracted from the gums using a forceps. however, if the tooth cracks up at the gum line then your dentist requires the removal of gum tissue or bone for extracting the remaining teeth. This is called surgical extraction and is often followed with a stitch for closing the site to allow the proper healing. The most common method for removing teeth is surgical extraction. The doctor may also advise a more specific pain medication after the procedure.

Reasons for Surgical Extractions

Your dentist will figure out if you need simple or surgical extraction after performing to the X-ray of the tooth or by simply by examining the tooth. There might be times when simple extraction can be followed by surgical extractions. This generally happens when the tooth detaches or break away from the lining of the gum during the procedure of simple extraction. Wisdom teeth are removed with the help of surgical procedures, as they are not properly vented inside the mouth and their extraction requires cutting of the bone and the tissues. Surgical extractions are helpful in removing the broken teeth, teeth with long curved roots and tips of roots.


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