Tooth Extraction​

These days teeth are extracted less frequently as patients are increasingly choosing to have other treatments such as root canals and crowns. However, in some cases, extraction of a tooth is the best treatment option. A tooth may need to be extracted due to extensive dental decay, gum disease, infection, cracks or to improve appearance as part of orthodontic treatment (braces).

If your tooth needs extraction, the dentist will take an x-ray of the tooth and have a chat to you about the process. The dentist will then administer local anaesthesia to numb the tooth and the area around it. Once the tooth is extracted, the dentist will advise you on how to look after the area at home and provide you a list of aftercare instructions.

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