Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction is the forced removal of a tooth, using forceps, from the dental alveolus or the socket in the alveolar bone (alveolar bone is the bone with sockets surrounding the roots of the teeth), due to various reasons such as: tooth decay. tooth damage. extremely loose tooth.

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Tooth extraction is the forced removal of a tooth, using forceps, from the dental alveolus or the socket in the alveolar bone (alveolar bone is the bone with sockets surrounding the roots of the teeth), due to various reasons such as: tooth decay.tooth damage impacted wisdom teeth which cause gum pain and swelling.

Between a root canal and a tooth extraction, a root canal is often the preferred choice because it works on fixing your natural tooth so that it could remain in place. … If a tooth is far too compromised, your dentist might recommend an extraction, followed by a dental implant to replace what was lost.