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Tooth extraction procedure
Modern dentistry focuses on the preservation of teeth and has an extensive set of technologies for this. Nevertheless, there are situations when it is impossible or impractical to save a tooth. In such cases, medical interventions begin with the removal of the affected tooth.
Indications for removal
Among the most frequent indications for the tooth extraction:
Significant or complete tooth destruction due to carious processes.
Chronic inflammatory processes that are not treatable.
The presence of teeth that interfere with prosthetics. Sometimes the installation of a bridge or a removable prosthesis is hampered by single teeth. Since prosthetics can improve the condition of the oral cavity significantly and improve the quality of life, it is advisable to “sacrifice” a tooth, if there is no other way out or the prognosis of tooth preservation is not favorable.
Fractures or other damage to the root.
Preparation of dental curve for installation of braces or correction plates with heavy overcrowding.
Why you should not delay the removal of teeth
Extraction of a tooth is an extreme measure, which dentists can do only when they are sure that it is impossible to save a tooth with therapeutic methods. In the best case, the refusal to remove will entail the impossibility of prosthetics of already absent teeth. At worst, it will lead to a change in occlusion or the development of inflammatory processes and increased suppuration, as a result of which not only the oral cavity will suffer, but also the general state of health.
Types of tooth extractions
If the supragingival part of the tooth is slightly damaged and is clearly visible, the tooth is in its place, does not affect other teeth, it can be removed with the help of special tools without having to cut the gums and other surgical measures.
Often, complex removal is required to extract wisdom teeth. This is due to the fact that the “eights” erupt in adulthood when the formation of the dentition is completed, due to which the wisdom tooth often takes the wrong position (dystopic) or remains immersed in the gum.
How to choose a dental clinic?
Everything is constantly changing in medicine, therefore it is impossible to treat without hight quality and continuous education
In consequence of low qualification:
ComplicationsTeeth destruction as a result of high loadsJoint diseasesShort term crowns lifeNecessity of more expansive retreatment
Annually visit many advanced training courses, including international onesAlways practice complex treatment and use all modern technologies
Good diagnosis is the key to quality of treatment.Unscrupulous clinics are trying to save on everything
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The main criterion is the adequacy to the services provided.
Many clinics offer low quality services at high prices. Declared prices do not correspond to reality, and the real price is already reported in the treatment process
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Prices on the site correspond to the price list. At the consultation, the patient receives a comprehensive treatment plan with a full understanding of the cost. Interest-free installments and payment in stages are possible.