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In advanced gum disease, in the presence of deep and wide caries, in orthodontic cases involving jaw stenosis, buried teeth with the potential to form cysts, wisdom teeth that cause inflammation around the gums, we resort to dental treatment. The most important thing for us in this regard is how to make a tooth to replace the tooth that our patient has lost. Therefore, before the shooting, we will talk in detail about how to plan a treatment together with our patient, how the new tooth will look, and how to follow a path. As an example, we can apply implant treatment in the same session instead of the extracted tooth.

When any tooth is pulled out, the bone and the gum in that area contract, pulling it down. This is a significant disadvantage for your oral health when it is considered long-term. To avoid this, there are several important issues that the dentist should pay attention to during the shooting. We carefully carry out this procedure in our clinic in such a way as to cause minimal damage to the bone and ensure that the bone cavity is filled with healthy bone. Considering this detail in a long time, it is an element that improves future treatment alternatives, the position of the gum on the smile line, that is, aesthetic properties, the height of the bone, its thickness, that is, the longevity of the treatment. We are proud to provide our patients with long-term high-quality treatments with advanced surgical techniques in this field.


Why is it necessary to pull out my tooth?

At ProDental Hospital, we consider tooth extraction as a last resort. However, this is mandatory for severe caries, severe gingivitis, and gum recession. And in some cases even with or without severe pain, such as wisdom teeth. Or, if the teeth are too crooked, your dentist may ask for a tooth extraction. In such cases, a tooth extraction is performed as a preventive measure.

What does oral surgery include? What are the limits?

Oral surgery is necessary for some dental procedures or for the reconstruction of bone and gums.

In some cases of tooth extraction, it may become impossible to remove the tooth with normal techniques. In these cases, oral surgery is resorted to.

Dry socket, what is alveolitis?

It is natural to have a gap in your gums after tooth extraction. And this gap is filled with a blood clot. In some cases, this blood clot cannot form or disappears. This is called a dry socket, alveolitis.

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