NO REGRETS FOR MISSING TEETH! When the Tooth Is No Longer Viable
For instance, if the fracture of a cracked tooth is deep enough to split your tooth’s roots, then tooth extraction is often the only option to relieve the discomfort and prevent infection. Now tooth extraction in South West Delhi is quite affordable at Park Dental Clinic.Get An Affordable Tooth Extraction At Dwarka
TYPES OF TOOTH EXTRACTION
Simple extractions are usually performed on teeth that are visible in the mouth and is usually done under local anesthesia.
Surgical extraction procedures are performed when the tooth cannot be easily accessed. This happens when the tooth has not fully erupted or when the tooth has been broken under the gumline.
RELIEVE FROM PAIN
Plenty of times, patients go to the dental office with a dental pain complaint. Usually, the causes are apparent, such as lodged objects or tooth decay. These simple issues are easily remedied. However, there are more underlying reasons for such discomfort. More often than not, you might have developed an infection that has already reached the tooth roots. If left untreated, the more it inflicts pain to the patient. If the severity of the dental problem is relatively high, removing the tooth is the only way to lift the discomfort
REMOVING THE PROBLEM ITSELF
An infection in the tooth could rapidly spread making it harder to treat. When this happens, the problem becomes more complicated and will require more dental procedures. Not only that, but delaying the treatment will also prolong the patient’s discomfort. At this stage, the damage on the tooth is already serious and no longer reversible. Needless to say, the only remedy is to remove the tooth itself.
SAVING THE REST OF YOUR TEETH
One big risk that dentists try to avoid is giving a chance for cavity or infection to spread on to the neighbouring teeth. Sadly, there are patients who take notice of this only when it’s already late. The disease has already contaminated the other teeth. This will involve more dental treatments and more complicated procedures. If the treatment has missed the right moment, the patient might suffer losing not just one or two teeth. That’s why tooth removal needs to be done to stop the spread of infection affecting the other teeth, possibly the surrounding tissues and bones as well.