Permanent teeth are meant to last a lifetime. When a teeth is damaged, every attempt is made to restore it through root canal treatment, crowns or other treatments. However if a tooth cannot be saved, it is best to have it extracted. While it is difficult choice to make, the dentist will walk you through your teeth replacement options during your consultation.

our dentists will thoroughly check your teeth, gums and mouth before extracting a tooth. It is best to preserve your teeth, however if it cannot be avoided, we make sure that the extraction procedure is as painless as possible. We make sure that the area where the tooth is to be extracted is completely numb before extracting the teeth. patient comfort is our priority. We use advanced technology like a digital radio graph that shows a more detailed x-ray of your teeth. With this equipment the patients have very less exposure to radiation and are more comfortable.

The common reasons where extraction might be necessary are,

  • Overcrowding

  • Infection

  • Advanced periodontal disease.

  • Severely decayed or fractured teeth.

  • Failed root canal treatments.

  • Dental abscess.

  • Impacted wisdom teeth.

If you have any questions or queries about the procedure, please do not hesitate to contact our dentists and let us know exactly what