Teeth extraction

No bone loss after prosthetics

Where a decision is taken to extract a tooth, it is important to do it with a minimum harm to the bone supporting it. The greater damage is made to the bone, the more it sinks when healing. In this case more problems are encountered and expenses incurred when implanting or otherwise restoring the missing tooth. Molar teeth usually have several roots. Prior to extracting such teeth, it is better to separate roots and extract each of them one by one. The procedure will be easier and less traumatic. In certain cases to reduce the extent of bone loss, a special bone substitute is placed after dental extraction.

After any surgery performed in our Clinic, all patients are provided with the Guidelines: how to take care of the oral cavity, what to eat, what phenomena are normal after the treatment, and in what cases a patient should see the doctor without any delay.


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