Extraction

Does your tooth require extraction?

Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from your mouth. If a tooth has been damaged by decay or a fracture, Dr. Geeta will try to repair it and restore it with a filling, crown or other treatment. Sometimes, though, the damage is too extensive for the tooth to be repaired. This is the most common reason for extracting a tooth.


Here are other reasons for extraction:

  • Some people have extra teeth that block other teeth from coming in.
  • People undergoing orthodontic work may need teeth extracted to create room for the teeth that are being moved into place.
  • People receiving an organ transplant may need some teeth extracted if the teeth are at risk of becoming sources of infection after the transplant, when immunosuppressive medications are given.
  • Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, often are extracted either before or after they come in. They commonly come in during your late teen years or early twenties. Impacted teeth get stuck in the jaw and often need to be removed if they are decayed or cause pain. A wisdom tooth that has emerged partially may be blocked by other teeth or may not have enough room to come in completely. This can irritate the gum, causing pain and swelling, which requires the tooth to be removed.

  • Infection can set in after an extraction, although you probably won't get an infection if you have a healthy immune system. A common complication occurs when a blood clot doesn’t form in the hole or the blood clot prematurely breaks off or breaks down. The underlying bone is exposed to air and food. This can be very painful and can cause a bad odor or taste. It needs to be treated with a medicated dressing to stop the pain and encourage the area to heal.

    Call Dr. Geeta or oral surgeon if the swelling gets worse instead of better, or you experience fever, chills or redness in the area. She usually will prescribe antibiotics if you have an infection.


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