IT IS IMPORTANT TO HAVE DISEASED TEETH REMOVED BEFORE THEY AFFECTS THE REST OF THE MOUTH, CAUSING FURTHER DAMAGE AND DISCOMFORT. USING A GENTLE ANAESTHETIC, WE WILL BE ABLE TO REMOVE THE TOOTH QUICKLY AND PAINLESSLY.
When a tooth is broken or damaged by decay, the first option would be to have it restored with dental treatments such as crowns or fillings. However, when fixing the tooth is no longer an option, the damaged tooth would need to be extracted from its socket in the bone.
There are two types of extractions: A simple extraction (used when the tooth had erupted in the mouth) and a surgical extraction (used when the tooth had not erupted or if the tooth broke at the root).