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3955 Erin Centre Blvd #6
Mississauga, ON L5M 0H1

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Surgical Teeth Extraction

Answering frequently asked questions is often a good way to know more about the issue. Go through these, if you did not find the answer to your question, please give us a call on (905) 608-9000.

What is Surgical Tooth Extraction?

When a tooth has not fully grown out of your gums but is slightly visible above the gums and your dentist cannot perform a simple tooth extraction, the dentist then performs a complicated procedure to extract the tooth which is known as Surgical Tooth Extraction. Your dental surgeon cuts a small incision in your gum and then removes your tooth and stitches your gum to close the wound and help it heal properly.

How long would tooth extraction take?

If one tooth has to be extracted, then the surgical tooth extraction may take about 20-40 mins. If more than one tooth is to be extracted then it will take extra 10-15 minutes per tooth depending on the location of the other tooth.

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Is surgical tooth extraction painful?

A surgical tooth extraction might require more time and invasive work than regular dental procedures, however, our highly skilled and compassionate team of professional dental practitioners will make it go as smooth as possible. When a surgical extraction is completed, the patient should expect to experience some swelling and/or pain. The swelling is completely normal and actually part of the healing process. This can be reduced by placing some ice on top of the swollen area of the mouth. Your dentist may give you some pain medication for the few days after the extraction.

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How long would the surgery take to heal?

For the initial wound to heal it would take about two weeks. It takes about 3-6 months for the complete healing of the bone and the soft tissue.

What care needs to be taken after the surgery?

For the first few days after the surgery, you need to be careful with how you treat the wound.

  • You will have to eat softer foods that are easily chewable and gratually eat firmer types of food as you feel more comfortable
  • Don’t smoke or drink with a straw for at least a week because the sucking action can dislodge the blood clot from the socket
  • Be extremely gentle when brushing near the area of extraction
  • Also, avoid strenuous exercise for a week after surgery to allow for proper healing

Can I drink water after the tooth extraction?

Drink lots of water after the surgery. Don’t drink alcoholic drinks, caffeinated, carbonated and hot beverages for the first 24 hours.

Is there any other information I should know about having an extraction?

Yes, you might hear loud noises when your dentist is performing the procedure. Many patients find this most unpleasant part of the process. You can bring your headphones, and listen to music while we extract your tooth. Once again, if you have any questions, please give us a call on (905) 608-9000 and we will be happy to answer.

Need to see a Mississauga dentist to extract a tooth? Call our dental office today on (905) 608-9000 to book your appointment.

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Our Dental Services

These are some of our dental services. Call our office on (905) 608-9000 if you have any question about other services.

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Surgical tooth extraction becomes necessary when a tooth needs to be extracted while it has not fully grown and became visible above the gum line.

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A root canal treatment is required to avoid extracting a severely damaged tooth due to decay by removing infection from the tooth root canals system.

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Tooth cavities need to be filled as early as possible to avoid decays and further complications. Dentists use fillings to restore broken or chipped teeth as well

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With the advances in cosmetic dental treatments, no one have to live with a stained, misshaped, discolored, broken or chipped teeth any longer.

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Crowns are fitted on the top of a tooth and protect its underneath portion. Bridges are used to fill the space of one or more than one lost tooth.

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Invisalign is an alignment mold used to correct various dental issues such as crowding, extra spacing, crossbite and malocclusion between teeth.

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Denture is a set of artificial teeth and gums that your dentist creates when you lose or you have to remove your natural teeth due to dental issues.

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Dental implant is a titanium post that is surgically inserted (implanted) into the jawbone. A replacement tooth is then mounted on top of that post.

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Parents should start looking after their children teeth as soon as their first birthdays to mitigate the implications of teeth decay and other oral diseases.

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    Mississauga, ON L5M 0H1
    T: (905) 608-9000
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    Monday9:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Tuesday9:00 AM — 5:00 PM
    Wednesday9:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Thursday9:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Friday9:00 AM — 7:00 PM
    Saturday9:00 AM — 4:00 PM
    SundayClosed