Dental Surgery

Dental Surgery

The most common reason for extraction is tooth damage due to breakage or decay. There are additional reasons for tooth extraction including Severe gum disease, Extra teeth and it's difficulties and other reasons : 

The most common reason for extraction is tooth damage due to breakage or decay. There are additional reasons for tooth extraction including Severe gum disease, Extra teeth and it's difficulties and other reasons :

• Severe gum disease which may affect the supporting tissues and bone structures of teeth.

• Extra teeth which are blocking other teeth from coming in.

• In preparation for orthodontic treatment (braces)

• Insufficient space for wisdom teeth (impacted third molars) 

• Severe tooth decay or infection. Despite the reduction in world-wide prevalence of dental caries, it still is the most common reason for extraction of (non-third molar) teeth with up to two thirds of extractions.

• Teeth in the fracture line

• Fractured teeth.