Comfortable and Painless Tooth Extraction at FARA Dent

Tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures performed in dental practice. As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, we are here to help our patients go through the tooth extraction process in the most comfortable and painless way. While we aim to keep the oral and dental health of our patients at the highest level, sometimes surgical interventions such as tooth extraction may be needed.

Tooth extraction is a procedure performed when the tooth cannot be preserved for various reasons. In our polyclinic environment equipped with our expert staff and the latest technological facilities of modern medicine, tooth extraction procedures are performed safely and effectively by our specialist physicians.

In What Cases is Tooth Extraction Performed?

Extremely Decayed Teeth

When excessive tooth decay disrupts the structure and function of the tooth or spreads to the inside of the tooth, tooth extraction may be necessary.

Gum Diseases

Advanced gum disease can seriously affect the tissues around the teeth and cause bone loss that supports the teeth. In this case, tooth extraction may be required.

Dental Traumas

Teeth damaged by accidents or impacts may sometimes become unrecoverable and may need to be extracted.

Impacted Teeth

Impacted teeth may remain under the gums or in the jawbone if there is not enough space in the jaw or if they do not erupt properly. In this case, impacted teeth may need to be removed.

For Orthodontic Treatment

In some orthodontic situations, teeth may need to be extracted. Such interventions may be needed, especially in orthodontic treatments for aligning teeth or correcting the jaw structure.

How is Tooth Extraction Performed?

  • Our specialist physicians evaluate the patient’s dental condition and perform the necessary examinations.
  • Before the tooth extraction procedure, local anesthesia is applied to prevent pain and discomfort.
  • Using appropriate tools, the dentist gently extracts the tooth, protecting the surrounding tissues.
  • After the procedure, the patient is informed about the healing process and wound care in the tooth extraction area. When necessary, follow-up appointments are arranged and the patient’s recovery process is closely monitored.

As FARA Dent Oral and Dental Health Polyclinic, the comfort and health of our patients is always our priority. Tooth extraction and other oral surgery procedures are performed in the safest way with our expert staff and modern technology. We are here to offer you the best service.

Before Tooth Extraction:

  • Your dentist will ask about your medical history and allergies.
  • The area where the tooth will be extracted can be examined with an x-ray.
  • Local anesthesia or sedation will be applied.

After Tooth Extraction:

  • Applying tampons to the area
  • Using painkillers and antibiotics
  • Avoiding hot foods and drinks
  • Avoiding chewing hard foods
  • Avoiding smoking

What are the Advantages of Tooth Extraction at FARA Dent?

  • Your tooth extraction is performed by our expert dentists using the latest technology and modern equipment.
  • We offer a painless and comfortable treatment experience with local anesthesia or sedation methods.
  • We provide service with an approach that prioritizes the safety and hygiene of our patients.
  • Personalized treatment plan: A personalized treatment plan is created by evaluating each patient’s condition and needs.

Do You Have Concerns About Tooth Extraction?

At FARA Dent, our expert dentists will perform a detailed examination and evaluation to address your concerns and choose the most suitable treatment for you. Make an Appointment at FARA Dent for Tooth Extraction! You can read our blog posts for more information about tooth extraction. You can be informed about current developments by following our social media accounts.

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