Gentle, Caring and Efficient Tooth Extraction Services
Navigate through tooth removals and extractions smoothly with Munno Para Dental Clinic, where we prioritise your comfort and oral health every step of the way.
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A tooth extraction is a standard dental procedure where a damaged or problematic tooth is professionally removed. While our goal is to preserve your natural teeth, extraction becomes crucial when a tooth is beyond repair or poses a risk to your oral health.
After tooth extraction, patients might experience some tenderness and swelling around the treatment site. Following the dentist’s after-care instructions, maintaining oral hygiene, avoiding smoking and alcohol, and sticking to soft foods are essential for a swift and uneventful recovery.
Dental professionals prioritize preserving natural teeth. However, certain circumstances necessitate tooth extraction to protect overall oral health. Situations like severe decay, advanced gum disease, or trauma can make tooth removal the optimal choice. Regular check-ups can identify potential problems early, possibly preventing the need for extraction.
Recovery duration can differ based on the extraction’s complexity and individual healing rates. Commonly, patients experience some level of discomfort for several days post-extraction. But full tissue healing, which occurs beneath the surface, may take up to two weeks or slightly longer. Adhering to aftercare instructions can expedite the healing process.
Tooth replacement has evolved, offering various solutions tailored to individual needs. Dental implants provide a long-lasting solution that closely mimics natural teeth. Bridges are another option, anchoring onto adjacent teeth. Dentures can replace multiple missing teeth. Consultation with your dentist will guide you in determining the most suitable option based on aesthetics, functionality, and cost.
Swelling is a common post-extraction symptom. Cold compress application on the affected area in 20-minute intervals can effectively reduce it. Additionally, keeping your head elevated, especially during sleep, and refraining from vigorous activities can help minimize swelling.
Post-extraction, it’s advisable to consume soft foods and liquids, avoiding the extraction site. Foods like yogurt, mashed potatoes, and soups are ideal. As the site heals, you can reintroduce harder foods. Remember to maintain impeccable oral hygiene, but avoid direct brushing on the extraction site for a few days.