Painless Oral Surgery in Kolkata for tooth extraction
A dental extraction (also referred to as exodontia) is removing a tooth from the mouth. Extractions are practised for varied reasons, including tooth decay that has destroyed the arrangement of the teeth that is non-restorable. Removals of impacted or problematic wisdom teeth are routinely conducted through oral surgery in Kolkata, as well as to make space for orthodontic treatment.
Tooth removal has been the backbone of dental clinics for ages. Nowadays, tooth preservation is most explored. Your smile is the mirror of your soul, but the pain in your tooth will make the situation worse. We help you get your smile back with painless oral surgery in Kolkata.
The one who once had a toothache knows how painful a toothache can be. Tooth pain usually restricts you from functioning normally. Injury, infections, decay, genetic, environmental factors, and even some kind of medication can jeopardize the health of your teeth.
If detected in earlier days, decay can be reversible without dental treatment. It is only the situation when the decay is minor and still within the enamel. Precautionary measures alone, including the use of fluoride, may let the infection go away itself.
Tooth extraction comes into the image when the decay has grown out through the dentine (the soft inner part of the tooth.) At Teeth Care Kolkata, we provide all of your dental extraction necessitates getting you out of the painful circumstance.
Types of Oral Surgery that we offer
You and your dentist may discover that you require a tooth extraction for any one reason. Some teeth are extracted because they are critically decayed; others may have developed the periodontal disease (“gum disease”) or have broken in a fashion that cannot be repaired. Other teeth may require removal because they are poorly located in the mouth (such as impacted wisdom teeth) or else in preparation for orthodontic treatment (“braces”). Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a branch that involves several surgical procedures, which include
Extraction of wisdom tooth
Operation of temporomandibular joint disorders
Surgery of facial trauma
Operation of oral pathological lesions
Problems we cure by performing Oral Surgery in Kolkata.
You cannot ignore the fact that pain is unbearable, and when you start feeling the pain in your tooth, you should decide to visit the dentist. Some of the problems that we cure through oral surgery are as follows:
Pain or infection in the mouth
Swelling in the gum line
Why do we need Oral Surgery in Kolkata?
Whenever you feel any of the mentioned criteria, all you need to do is contact Teethcare Multispeciality dental clinic and get immediate care for your problematic tooth. The reasons that indicate the sign of the requirement of oral surgery are as under:
Severe tooth decay or infection.
Additional teeth are blocking other teeth from coming in.
Severe gum disease may affect the supporting tissues and bone formations of teeth.
In preparation for orthodontic treatment (braces)
Teeth in the fracture line
Teeth that cannot be restored without surgery
Supernumerary, supplementary or malformed teeth
Cosmetic teeth of poor condition, inappropriate for repair
Receiving radiation from the head and neck may demand extraction of tooth in the department of radiation.
Low cost compared to other dental treatments.
Extractions are often categorized as “simple” or “surgical.”
How long will my recovery take?
It is advised to restrict your activity for the first two days to allow your mouth to recover; no vigorous activity is allowed. Most people don't feel like moving back to their usual daily activities till approximately four days or 96 hours after surgery. The patient will feel swelling and inflammation until around 7-10 days. Rinses are continued till the 30th day; however, there is usually no pain from the 10th day.
Is wisdom tooth extraction painful?
No pain happens during wisdom tooth extraction, as before tooth extraction, the area is made senseless by injecting a local anaesthetic. The patient will feel slight pressure during extraction.
Why Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?
You need to extract your wisdom teeth if there prevails any infection such as cyst formation or fracture as it can impact the adjacent tooth and cause irritation and swelling.
When Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?
Wisdom teeth are the last molar in the set, having the same chewing function as other molars. You need to remove the impacted wisdom teeth when it causes inflammation and irritation, and you start feeling pain.
Do I need to be sedated during my oral surgery rather than local anaesthesia?
A dentist will ask for in-depth past medical history prior to a patient being sedated. Not all patients can be sedated. Patients who are afraid, worried, or frightened of dental visits may request sedation for various dental care, from regular cleaning to wisdom teeth extractions. However, other techniques may help a patient receive the necessary dental treatment safely and comfortably.
What food should I consume and avoid after surgery?
On the day of the operation, we advise you to consume cool and soft food, such as applesauce, cottage cheese, or yogurt. Hot foods may disturb primary clot formation in the extraction area. Following the day of the surgery, it's best to ignore crunchy foods such as popcorn, nuts, and potato chips that break up into small pieces and get stuffed down into the extraction area.
What should I do if I encounter pain many weeks after a tooth extraction?
It is not natural to experience pain that long after extraction, and you could have an infection, also known as dry socket. You need to contact your dentist right away to schedule you in quickly to take care of the discomfort and possible infection.
How long will I have holes in my jaw following extractions?
The "holes" or better extraction sockets will usually settle within six weeks. But it will take various months for the sockets actually to fill with bone. If food gets caught in the socket area, be certain to rinse it with the water syringe provided to you at the time of your surgery.
What should you not do after oral surgery?
Do not apply heat to your face, except your surgeon told you to do so as heat can increase swelling. One should also not use straws, suck anything, or smoke. These things cause negative pressure in your mouth, which can eject the blood clot that keeps your wound closed, causing more bleeding and preventing your healing. Do not blow your nose; instead, wipe. If you want to sneeze, do so with your mouth wide open.