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Eskisehir Tooth Extraction

Eskişehir tooth extraction is the process of removing teeth that cannot be saved with fillings, root canal treatment or crown applications from their sockets in the bone. Tooth extraction may be performed for many reasons. Trauma or tooth decay are the most common causes. Dentists consider tooth extraction as a last resort. However, in some cases, tooth extraction is inevitable to preserve oral and dental health.

In what cases is tooth extraction performed?

Although tooth extraction is the last procedure preferred by doctors, in some cases it may be a necessity. Tooth extraction is a good option in cases where the tooth causes serious health problems. Situations requiring tooth extraction can be listed as follows;

  • Teeth that cannot be treated with methods such as filling, root canal treatment or crown

  • When tooth decay reaches the root of the tooth

  • Broken teeth for various reasons

  • Milk teeth that do not fall out in time despite being shaken

  • Loose teeth for gum and bone structure weakness

  • Wisdom teeth that do not grow as they should

  • Teeth that disrupt the jaw structure and cause orthodontic problems

  • Teeth that cause cysts or tumor formation in the mouth

How is Tooth Extraction Done?

Tooth extraction is performed under local or general anesthesia by specially trained dentists. Bleeding during tooth extraction is normal and necessary. After tooth extraction, a blood clot forms in the part left behind from the tooth. To stop bleeding, gauze is placed on the area where the tooth is extracted. The formation of a blood clot is a necessary condition for healing to begin. Using painkillers prescribed by your doctor after tooth extraction will speed up your recovery.

Eskişehir Wisdom Tooth Extraction

Wisdom teeth, popularly known as wisdom teeth, are the last teeth to appear. Wisdom teeth are molars that emerge at the very back of the jaw and usually need to be removed because they cannot adapt to the jaw structure. Wisdom teeth, which manifest themselves with pain, often cannot find enough space in the jaw when they come out. This situation negatively affects the health of neighboring teeth. Some wisdom teeth also come out impacted. These also need to be removed by surgery. With regular dental examinations, the development of wisdom teeth can be monitored and early intervention can be made.

What are the symptoms of wisdom teeth?

When wisdom teeth find enough space in the gums, they emerge as they should and develop in a healthy way without damaging other teeth. In such a case, there is no need to take it. However, wisdom teeth need to be removed in cases where they cannot adapt to the jaw structure, cannot find enough space, or remain impacted. Situations that indicate that wisdom teeth come out in a troublesome manner or remain impacted are as follows:

  • Feeling of pain in teeth and gums,

  • Pain in the jaw and ear,

  • swelling in the lymph nodes,

  • Feeling of pain while chewing,

  • gum sensitivity,

  • Headache,

  • Bad smell from mouth

How is Wisdom Tooth Extraction Done?

How the wisdom tooth will be extracted is decided by looking at the x-ray images. Wisdom teeth that emerge without any problems with their angles, if they need to be removed due to decay, are extracted just like normal tooth extraction. However, problematic wisdom teeth must be removed surgically.

Before Having Tooth Extraction

Before having a tooth extraction, be sure to tell your doctor about your chronic diseases such as heart, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc., even if he does not ask. Also inform your doctor about the medications you use. In addition, if you are thinking of becoming pregnant, inform your doctor about this situation.

Before having a tooth extraction, brush your teeth and rinse your mouth with an antiseptic mouthwash. In this way, you can prevent inflammation that may occur after tooth extraction.

What should you pay attention to after having a tooth extraction?

  • Do not rinse your mouth for at least half an hour. Because rinsing the mouth prevents the formation of blood clots that will ensure healing after tooth extraction.

  • After tooth extraction, continue to bite firmly on the tampon placed by your dentist for 15-20 minutes.

  • It is normal to leak blood for 6-24 hours. Don't panic.

  • When you have pain, you can use a painkiller other than aspirin by consulting your doctor.

  • Since you will have bone in the area where the extraction is made, you may think that there is a piece of your tooth left. Do not touch this area with your tongue or any other object after tooth extraction. The exposed bone will be covered with your gum within a few days.

  • Avoid hot or spicy foods and drinks that may cause irritation after tooth extraction.

  • Do not smoke or drink alcohol for 24 hours after tooth extraction.

  • On the first day of tooth extraction, if possible, place a high pillow under your head and rest. Avoid taking hot showers.

  • Do not eat or drink anything until the numbness in your mouth disappears.

  • You can continue your routine oral and dental care 24 hours after tooth extraction.

Eskisehir Tooth Extraction Prices

Tooth extraction must be performed when the tooth cannot be saved with treatment methods such as filling, root canal treatment or crown. Eskisehir tooth extraction prices vary from person to person. Tooth extraction prices; It varies depending on the number of teeth to be extracted, the treatment to be performed after extraction, whether surgery is required for tooth extraction, tooth extractions deemed necessary due to different treatments or caries, the clinic where the tooth extraction is performed, and the expertise of the physician performing the extraction.


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