Tooth extraction is a result of various oral and health conditions. It can be after major or minor accidents, severe tooth decay, or poor oral health. However, it is the last option that your oral health practitioner will choose when teeth recovery is impossible. If you are a frequent smoker and have had removal, read […]
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Tooth extraction might not be a comfortable experience, especially if you have dentophobia, but it is essential in many cases. Maybe your tooth has decay, and the bacteria is damaging it further and trying to enter into the blood vessels; or, the overcrowded gums cannot make way for the wisdom tooth. However, the extraction will […]
The process of tooth extraction is relatively easier nowadays due to the use of medicines and sedatives. The patient feels no pain, just a bit of pressure on the jaw while the tooth is pulled out. However, what if excessive bleeding after tooth extraction occurs? Generally, it would be scary. During the first 12-24 hours, […]
Many people like to ask, “does a tooth extraction hurt?” It is common for patients to ask about this as you may need a tooth extraction if you suffer from problems with your teeth, such as a fractured tooth. Let us learn a little about tooth extraction and general things dentists do to help make […]