Tooth Extraction In Dubai
Painless And Easy
Safe and Painless Procedures
When we hear the word “ tooth extraction ” it always comes at an impression of painful and terrifying. But as a matter of fact it’s painless and hassle-free that should bring ease to your aches and woes.
We have the best roster of professional dentists and oral surgeons in Dubai who can perform this outpatient procedure, with your ease and comfort as their top priority in an environment you can feel safe.
What is surgical tooth extraction and when is it needed?
Surgical extractions are required when your dentist needs to remove some gum tissue or bone to pull out the damaged teeth and close the area with stitches to heal properly. Offering outstanding services for tooth extraction in Dubai, we make sure that our surgical procedures are all safe and painless.
For cases where the dentist cannot readily pull it out, an X-ray will reveal if there is a need for surgical extraction. Wisdom teeth removal is usually a surgical extraction because such teeth are usually impacted or have not erupted completely from the gum.
What are the cases that need a tooth extraction?
Most frequent questions and answers
Before scheduling any surgical procedure, your dentist will take an X-ray of your tooth to get a full view of the case. You must inform your dentist for any medications you are taking including over-the-counter drugs, supplements, or even vitamins. You should speak to him/her if you have certain medical conditions such as congenital heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, etc. This is important to make sure your health is stable before the tooth removal procedure.
Listed below are some preparation tips you need to consider:
- Wear comfortable clothing.
- Do not eat, drink, or smoke for six to eight hours before your appointment.
- Brush and floss before coming to the clinic.
- Speak to your dentist if you have a cold or nausea, so the procedure can be rescheduled.
The cost of a tooth extraction in Dubai varies widely depending on how much the teeth is impacted.
After your painless tooth extraction procedure, you need to give extra care for yourself so you can recover faster. Here are some tips you must consider:
- Bleeding or swelling is expected after the procedure. Bite down on the gauze pad given by your dentist for a few minutes until the bleeding stops.
- Limit your talking, eating or drinking especially on the first 2 hours after the extraction.
- To alleviate the pain after the anesthesia wears off, take pain-reliever or other medications prescribed by your dentist.
- Ice packs can also be applied to numb the painful area.
- Should you start eating, start with soft foods that do not require much chewing.
- Do not use straws, smoke, spit or any action that requires force in your mouth.
- When you brush your teeth, avoid the extraction site. Alternatively, you can rinse your mouth with ¼ teaspoon of table salt in a glass of lukewarm water.
- If you underwent surgical dental extraction, you must not brush or rinse your teeth for 12 hours.
- Limit strenuous physical activity for 24 hours after the extraction.
- Contact your dentist should there be any recurring pain or bleeding.
Dry socket is a dental condition that occurs sometimes after a tooth extraction procedure. It happens when the blood clot that forms over your socket is displaced, causing the exposure of your bones and nerves.
If you feel severe pain for days after your extraction, inform your dentist so appropriate treatment can be applied. A sedative dressing will be placed over the socket for a couple of days to protect the exposed area until new clot forms.