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Did You Know Extracting a Tooth is Very Traumatic to Your Mouth?


Posted on 12/10/2021 by Ranches Family Dental
Did You Know Extracting a Tooth is Very Traumatic to Your Mouth?It is not a secret that teeth are very important to your oral health. They help perform important functions like chewing, speaking, and smiling, among others. Beautiful, white teeth are vital in making a good first impression. The key to keeping your teeth healthy is a great oral hygiene routine. As much as this will help keep your teeth in excellent condition, there are some issues that might affect them. These issues might be so severe that you will need to undergo a tooth extraction procedure. While it might be the only option, tooth extraction can be very traumatic to your mouth. Here are the reasons why.

Tooth Extraction Trauma


Tooth extraction procedures can cause trauma to every part of your mouth, gums, and surrounding tissues. This is why we try to save your tooth before opting for a tooth extraction. The amount of discomfort caused by a tooth extraction procedure depends on your tooth's type and location. Some extraction procedures are very simple and only require wiggling of your tooth to safely remove it from the socket (forceps are used to remove it). On the other hand, there are extractions that can be aggressive and cause swelling of the gums. This can result in significant discomfort.

In the case of a complex tooth extraction procedure, more complicated measures are applied. For instance, your gum tissues could be cut to provide easy access to the whole tooth. In some cases, the bone could be removed. It is also important to note that accidents might occur during the tooth extraction procedure. This can result in cases of trauma not only to your gums but the rest of your mouth. Contact our offices for more information on how tooth extraction could cause trauma to your mouth.
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