Tooth Extractions: When and why should it be done
There are times when your teeth are so terribly damaged, decayed or even inflamed. In such situations it becomes highly difficult to preserve the natural look of teeth and it becomes a reason for you to visit your nearest dentist. Your dentist will try all the possible methods to get your teeth back to what they used to look, however if all the methods fail tooth extractions procedure is the only savior.
What is tooth extractions procedure?
Tooth extractions procedure is a method to extract your teeth after checking the condition of the tooth. It is a quick and easy procedure if everything is perfectly fine. However it might become a lengthy and difficult one if at all your teeth are not at all compatible with it.
We at Dr. Sunil International Dental Center have carried this legacy of carrying out tooth extraction procedure seamlessly and making sure that it is painless. Our trained dentists have years of experience at an international level on various dental procedures. This is the reason why we have been termed as the best dental clinic in Thailand.
When should you undergo tooth extractions procedure?
Just imagine yourself without teeth. You can immediately feel the difficulty in speaking, eating and obviously appearing in public becomes really embarrassing. Teeth which are intact are pleasant in looking and helps a great a deal in our day today tasks. Missing teeth may also result in functional disorders in the mouth and jaw area. Tooth extractions take place only when there is no other alternatives available. In certain cases, a tooth is so terribly damaged that there is no way out. There are various reasons leading to tooth extractions. They are
- badly decayed
- destruction of the connective tissues of the tooth.
There might be severe tooth abscess at the root tip of the tooth or there might be a situation when the tooth may be badly injured in an accident. In some cases, teeth are extracted just to straighten them and also for prosthetic treatment. Tooth Extractions are also often performed in dental care before radiotherapy is done.
How are the extracted tooth replaced?
Tooth extractions procedures are meant to give back to you what you have lost – YOUR TOOTH and YOUR LOOK. So an extracted tooth gets replaced by a multiple methods such as dental implants or dental bridges. Replacement of a tooth is possible especially if it has been removed from a visible spot or if it is significant to biting. In artificial tooth root treatment, an artificial root or implant is planted into the bone, and a tooth can then be constructed on it. Extracted teeth are also replaced with bridges fixed with an implant or using the adjacent teeth.