Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is a very simple process which can be carried out under local anaesthesia. It is a painless procedure and generally finishes within five minutes provided the tooth is mobile; a firm tooth may need some more time. It all depends on the experience of the clinician how comfortable and quick treatment is executed.


👉 Extra teeth that block other teeth to enter
👉 Delayed fall out of baby teeth
👉 People with braces may need teeth extracted
👉 Radiation in the head & neck.
👉 People intaking cancer drugs may develop infected teeth as these drugs weaken the immune system
👉 Infected teeth

When to Meet Doctor

For a highly damaged tooth, it is advisable to visit a Doctor.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Smoke after extraction of my tooth?

Generally, it is advised not to smoke for at least a week or else it may lead to delayed wound healing or abscess formation.

What are the food restrictions after extraction of tooth?

Patient is advised to have anything which is at room temperature; one should avoid hot, hard and spicy food. This diet has to be followed for at least 3 to 4 days.

How long one should avoid brushing near the extraction site?

One can start brushing after 3 to 4 days once the initial healing has started. For the time being, one can apply paste on his finger and apply it over the teeth gently. Use water carefully for cleaning the mouth, avoid gargling.

What to expect after tooth removal?

One may have anesthesia for 2 to 3 hours, post it feels little pain which may be mild to moderate. If it is surgical extraction, there could be slight swelling over the extracted area which may be there for 3 to 4 days but that subsides gradually. It is advisable to have an ice cream after half an hour of tooth removal. External Cold Fermentation with an ice pack is a good idea to reduce post surgical swelling. We generally prescribe painkillers antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs which makes you quite comfortable even after anesthesia effect has gone.

Any other precaution which needs to be followed?

Take lots of fruits, juices, soups, coconut water, milk etc and anything which is soft. One should avoid spitting, gargling or using a straw for having any kind of drinks. It is advisable to take a rest for a day, if it is a surgical extraction. Take good and healthy food.

When are the sutures removed?

They are generally removed one week after surgery.

What are the options of replacing the missing tooth after removal?

There are various options once tooth is removed from simple removable partial denture to dental crown and bridge to implants. A treatment option mainly depends on the condition of the surrounding structures and financial constraints. Generally, one is advised to replace the extracted teeth after one month of healing.

What are the consequences that occour if I don’t replace the extracted tooth?

If a person fails to replace the missing tooth then there are high chances that adjacent tooth may Collapse leading to space closure or the opposing tooth may erupt or the bite may collapse leading to severe TMJ joint issues over long run.

How safe is to remove teeth in pregnancy?

Any kind of dental procedures should be avoided in pregnancy unless and until if it is an emergency where one can undergo small dental procedures only in second trimester. Small procedure like teeth cleaning, polishing, fillings, root canals and simple extractions can be done.