Tooth Extraction and Filling
When we hear the word “tooth extraction” it always comes with an impression of something painful and terrifying. But as a matter of fact, it’s painless and hassle-free that should bring ease to your aches and woes.
Our experts will not recommend extraction if your tooth can still be restored or saved using other treatments.
What is Surgical Extraction and when it is needed?
Surgical extractions are required when your dentist needs to remove some gum tissue or bone to pull out the damaged teeth and close the area with stitches to heal properly. Our expert Oral maxillofacial surgeon makes sure that our surgical procedures are all safe and painless.
For cases where the dentist cannot readily pull it out, an X-ray will reveal if there is a need for surgical extraction. Wisdom teeth removal is usually a surgical extraction because such teeth are usually impacted or have not erupted completely from the gum.
Causes of tooth extraction
- Impacted teeth
- Crowded teeth
- Infection (GUM Diseases)
- Decay, Damage or Trauma
Dental fillings Sharjah are used to restore a tooth that has either been damaged by decay or to prevent further decay. Basically, the dentist removes the decay, cleans the affected area, and then fills the cavity with a dental filling material such as composite (plastic) or resin (tooth colour. The type of filling material depends on the extent of the damage to the tooth, the area, allergies and the cost