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Dental Surgery and Extraction

Dental Surgery and Extraction

Generally this process is known as the removal of teeth, and is considered as a complex procedure. Extraction is needed in one of two cases: when you want to brace your teeth or there is less space for the wisdom teeth in an adult jaws.

Hence, the dentist removes your teeth to make space for braces or for the wisdom teeth.

While most visits to the dentist will usually be fairly routine, however now or then , a problem might develop that needs more of a specialist attention.

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What is the Tooth Extraction Procedure?

The method by which your tooth extraction process is carried out is either simple or surgical. During the initial meeting with the dental surgeon, it will be determined which treatment will be needed, taking into consideration if the tooth is visible or it’s impacted.

So what happens in both methods? Check it out:

*Simple extraction

In this treatment, the main thing is numbing the area of operation. This is done so that you don’t feel any pressure or pain when the extraction is happening. Once the area is numbed, your dentist will then make use of elevators which helps to loosen the tooth. It is then removed with forceps.

*Surgical extraction

This method is more complicated which requires two kinds of anesthesia. These are local and intravenous. The general anesthesia and the amount prescribed depend on your situation and medical condition. This medicine helps to keep you unconscious. The process is one in which the dentist surgeon will then make a cut so to expose your gums with an incision. Sometimes in certain cases your bone would need to be removed and the tooth would need to be cut through.

What we offer?

Whether you’re living with painful wisdom teeth or are affected by discomfort associated with your jawbone, we are here to assist you. Here at Al Qudrah Medical Center, we offer a comprehensive range of services for dental surgery and extraction in Dubai. Every procedure is administered by our team of highly trained professionals in a clean and sterile environment.

We use the latest cutting-edge equipment, as well as surgical techniques that are widely pioneered and endorsed throughout the industry. To find out more about the individual services we offer , continue reading:

The Al-Qudrah Commitment to You:

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Quality Care

Our preventive dentistry ensures we take care of your teeth, maintain the health of your mouth and keep it free from gum disease and tooth decay.

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Adapt Cutting Edge Technology

Our dental surgeons use cutting edge technology to provide quality treatment to satisfy our customers’ needs.

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A Healthy and Comfortable Environment

We mainly focus on providing our clients with the finest experience during their visit emphasizing their needs and presenting the effective action plan to them.

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Handling Our Vast Clientele

We also have extensive experience dealing with anxious and nervous patients ensuring the treatment is done gently and comfortably.

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Ensuring the Perfect Smile

We aim to provide you with a straighter teeth and gorgeous smile through extraction and surgery. This will enable the restoration of your dream smile.

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A Painless Treatment

Your comfort is our main concern. Our practitioner will apply a numbing creme so that the surgery could be performed easily and your oral health could be maintained.

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Reasons for Pulling Teeth:

There are a number of reasons why this is necessary.

*Orthodontia preparation- this is the process in which some teeth are pulled out from a crowded mouth. Orthodontia is when you need to align the teeth properly.

*Infection- sometimes due to severe tooth decaying or heavily eroding of the enamel- the pulp gets exposed and this is the area which contains all the nerves and blood vessels. If any bacteria touch these nerves, you will have a severe infection. A tooth extraction is an effective way of combating it.

.*Periodental disease- It is an effective way to combat periodontal diseases which is the infection of the bones and tissues surrounding your teeth. It leads to loosening of the teeth and hence it is required to have them removed.

*Risk of infection-If you are combating certain illness and there is a high risk that you may be prone to developing an infection due to compromised immunity, having the tooth pulled out would be a wise decision.


Wisdom Teeth Removal:

Everyone is born with a group of 4 wisdom teeth that sometimes start to emerge somewhere between a person’s late teens and early twenties. For some, the wisdom teeth will emerge causing a quick period of pain and discomfort before finally settling into place. However, for the bulk of individuals ,having a dental surgery is going to be the likely option.

This is because, in most cases, all of the adult teeth will have fully emerged leaving no space for the wisdom teeth (which are roughly an equivalent size as your molars). As such, wisdom teeth removal is one among the foremost common procedures administered by dentists. Where there’s insufficient room, wisdom teeth can either emerge at an angle or become impacted, which is where the teeth only partially emerge, causing problems.

Jaw Problems:

Jaw problems are often weakened into three categories:

  • Unequal jaw growth
  • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders
  • Poorly fitting dentures

All treatments are going to be preceded by a full consultation and examination on what options to avail. We’ll also provide you with alternative suggestions as well as clarify any doubts/inquiries you may have.

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Recovery Period from Tooth Extraction:

When it comes to recovering from the procedure, a few steps to follow that will speed-up the process are:

*applying ice pack on the cheek several times in a day

*biting down on the gauze pad over the affected area.

*taking painkillers and prescribed medicines on time

*relax and try to take continuous rest in the first few days of the treatment

*kick out the habit of smoking or drinking from the straw as it affects the healing process

*when lying down, elevate your head with a few pillows

*consume soft foods after the treatment

*try rinsing your mouth with salt added to water

Why Choose Al Qudrah Medical Center?

From investing in state-of-the-art equipment and hand-selecting the best professionals to sourcing the newest industry updates and techniques, you won’t find a better dental service at your disposal.

We have amassed an exceptional reputation with more and more patients choosing to put their care in our capable hands. At Al Qudrah Medical Center, we boast a team of friendly, qualified and authorized experts, all of whom are among the brightest minds in their respective fields.

As a rule, we are committed to providing proactive, holistic healthcare so to assist our patients to lead healthy and productive lives. Because of our multi-faceted approach, you’ll rest easy knowing that you’re healthcare goals are being well taken care of.

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We are here to provide you with the complete know-how on getting the most from our list of services offered. Here are answers to your most common concerns regarding these services.

If your query isn’t answered here, you are more than welcome to get in touch with our team of professionals at Al-Qudrah Medical Center.

How painful is a surgical tooth extraction?

No, despite what you may have imagined, you having nothing to worry about. Having a tooth extracted, whether surgically or not, should not hurt. Usually you’ll feel a slight pinch as the area is numbed using anesthetic, then after this you will not be able to feel the procedure.

How long do tooth extractions hurt?

It is normal to feel some pain after the anesthesia wears off. For 24 hours after having a tooth pulled, you should also expect some swelling and residual bleeding. However, if either bleeding or pain is still severe more than four hours after your tooth is pulled, you should call your dentist.

How long does a dental implant procedure take?

The Dental Implant process is basically a three phase process, which can be different for each person. Typically the entire process takes from 5 to 8 months. As you will see, this is a little different for people getting full mouth dentures. The process can be faster for those getting a whole new set of teeth!

How painful is getting a dental implant?

Most people who have received dental implants say that there is very little discomfort involved in the procedure. Local anesthesia can be used during the procedure, and most patients report that implants involve less pain than a tooth extraction.

How long does a tooth implant hurt?

On average though most patients find their discomfort has subsided by 10 days following the surgery. Your swelling should go down in a shorter time frame and your soft tissue should only remain swollen for about five days.

Do I need antibiotics after dental implant?

Prophylactic antibiotic for each implant surgery is not mandatory. Antibiotics are however useful in preventing postoperative infections after implant placement. To achieve high long-term survival and success rates of dental implants, antibiotic prophylaxis is required.

How long do stitches stay in after dental implant?

The stitches are dissolvable but often remain for around two to three weeks. If they are uncomfortable or annoying, you may contact us to remove them. Some minor bleeding after surgery in the mouth is perfectly normal.

How long does it take for gums to heal after implant surgery?

After the abutment is placed, your gums must heal for about two weeks before the artificial tooth can be attached.

How soon after a dental implant can I drink alcohol?

After dental implants are placed, they are the most vulnerable within the first 72 hours. For this reason, our team recommends abstaining from alcohol for at least three days following your surgery. During these first few days, your body will need to rebuild tissue, bone cells, and blood vessels.

How long should I be swollen after dental implant surgery?

However, on average, patients can expect swelling to last for about a week after dental implant surgery. Inflammation usually peaks around 48 hours after treatment and then begins to gradually subside. Within about five to seven days, the majority of swelling should be gone.

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