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Dental Extraction

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What is Dental Extraction?

Dental extraction, commonly known as tooth extraction, is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jawbone. This procedure may be necessary for various reasons, including severe decay, infection, crowding, or damage that cannot be repaired. Dental extractions are performed by experienced dentists using specialized instruments and techniques to ensure patient comfort and safety.


Streamlined Dental Extraction Process at Soham Dental Care

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  • Consultation– Discuss extraction with our dentists.
  • Procedure– Under local anesthesia, we perform the extraction.
  • Aftercare- Receive guidance for healing and follow-up.

"Effortless Dental Extraction at Soham Dental Care"

At Soham Dental Care, our dental extraction process is efficient and painless. From consultation to aftercare, we ensure a seamless experience for our patients, providing gentle extraction procedures and personalized guidance for optimal healing.

While you may feel some pressure during the extraction process, dental extractions are typically performed under local anesthesia to minimize discomfort. After the procedure, mild soreness or discomfort is common and can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers.

Recovery time varies depending on the complexity of the extraction and individual healing factors. In general, most patients experience improvement within a few days to a week after the procedure. Following post-operative instructions provided by your dentist can help speed up the recovery process.

In some cases, alternative treatments such as root canal therapy or dental crowns may be considered to preserve the natural tooth. However, if the tooth is severely damaged, infected, or causing oral health problems, extraction may be the best option to prevent further complications.