Expert Tooth Removal in Dubai: Gentle and Efficient Dental Extractions

Tooth removal in Dubai is a procedure that involves removing a tooth from its socket in the jawbone.

Tooth removal in Dubai is a procedure that involves removing a tooth from its socket in the jawbone. It may be necessary for several reasons, including severe decay, gum disease, overcrowding, or preparation for orthodontic treatment.

The dentist will use specialized tools to loosen the tooth and then extract it. They will then place gauze over the site to stop bleeding.

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Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a disease that starts when bits of food stick to the tooth’s surface, where bacteria convert them into acid. Over time, this acid damages the tooth enamel, causing holes known as cavities. Tooth decay is preventable with twice-a-year visits to your dentist and good oral hygiene practices.

If left untreated, tooth decay can progress to the dentin — a softer layer underneath your enamel. This can cause sensitivity to hot or cold foods and drinks. The dentin also contains tubes that lead to the nerves in your teeth, and damage here can lead to toothache.

The dentist numbs the area with a local anesthetic before using a tool to remove the decayed tissue and clean the hole. They then fill the cavity with a composite resin, porcelain, or dental amalgam. They may suggest a root canal treatment for more serious cases of tooth decay. The procedure involves removing the blood vessels and nerves in the damaged tooth, cleaning the canals, and closing them with a rubber-like material.

Tooth Trauma

Dental trauma refers to any injury to the teeth, gums, cheeks, or jaw that exposes the soft center of a tooth, called the dental pulp, to infections. It can be caused by playing sports, accidents, playground stunts, and even child abuse.

Some injuries are more serious than others. A minor fracture may only chip the enamel, whereas a more serious one could expose the dentine and pulp to infection. If a tooth is completely knocked out, it should be treated as an emergency and should be rushed to the dentist as soon as possible.

The dentist will check the injury and determine if it can be saved. They will also assess any other dental and bone damage. They will prescribe pain relievers and a diet of soft foods. They will also recommend a visit to an oral and maxillofacial surgeon for more advanced care if needed. The surgeon will be able to assess long-term damage to the tooth.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are the last molars to grow and usually erupt in early adulthood. Most people’s wisdom teeth erupt smoothly without pain or dental issues. However, some are unable to properly align and grow in unusual directions, leading to impacted wisdom teeth. Our dentists recommend the removal of impacted wisdom teeth to prevent pain, dental infections and other problems.

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause jaw pain and tenderness, swelling of the gums, redness and a bad taste in the mouth. They can also crowd other teeth and cause tooth decay. They may also create cysts or tumors, which can damage the surrounding bones and nerves.

To remove an impacted wisdom tooth, our dentists first administer local anesthesia to numb the area around the surgical site. They then make an incision into the gum to expose and reach the troublesome tooth. They may cut the impacted tooth into smaller pieces to make it easier to remove. They then stitch the wound and place a gauze over it to control bleeding.

Crowded Teeth

Crowded teeth are a common dental issue that can cause problems for your oral health. They are difficult to clean, which allows bacterial growth that leads to tooth decay and gum disease. Additionally, crowded teeth are more likely to wear unevenly and fracture due to unnatural stresses.

The causes of crowded teeth are many, but it typically comes down to the size of your mouth and jaw. Some people are born with a smaller jaw than others, which can lead to crowding as permanent teeth grow in. In other cases, missing teeth allow adjacent teeth to drift into empty spaces, which can create overlapping and crooked teeth.More on BellaViso.

In most cases, crowded teeth can be corrected with braces or removable aligners. However, the treatment requires time, frequent visits to the dentist and a review of eating habits. You may also need to have a few teeth removed as part of the procedure. However, fixing crowded teeth early can prevent more serious issues later on.