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Multiple Tooth Extraction
Surprise, AZ

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If a number of your teeth were severely damaged by gum disease, tooth decay, or any oral condition, a multiple tooth extraction would be needed.

While you might have heard about single tooth extraction, multiple teeth extractions are not particularly common.

Nonetheless, these procedures are helpful in many circumstances. Our experts at Surprise Smiles are ready to perform a multiple teeth removal procedure that will ensure you recover from severe dental problems.

Do I Need to Have a Tooth Extraction?

A tooth extraction is only performed when necessary. We resort to this option after ensuring that nothing else can be done to save your tooth. Here are reasons why you might need a tooth extraction.
•  Impacted teeth - If you have impacted teeth, a tooth extraction will be necessary. Impacted teeth occur when another tooth blocks the growth of one of your teeth. This creates a very uncomfortable situation that is often unbearable. The best way to fix this problem and restore your oral health is by performing a tooth extraction. The discomfort will be gone in no time.
•  Gum disease - Gum disease might sound common and harmless, but its advanced form can cause devastating effects on your overall health. Periodontal gum diseases can cause severe damage that could trigger tooth extraction. Gingivitis, the advanced stage of gum disease, will affect the bones supporting your teeth. This loosens the teeth, and they can easily fall out by themselves. Therefore, a tooth extraction will be required to get rid of them.
•  Overcrowded teeth - When you have overcrowded teeth, there is a need for tooth extraction. Too many teeth in your mouth can be very uncomfortable, making it difficult for you to eat and talk. This could also affect your self-esteem and you may avoid interacting with others. Our experts will perform an extraction procedure that will leave your smile looking better.

Tooth Extraction Process

Contrary to what some people think, tooth extraction procedures are swift and painless. It takes only a few minutes to have your tooth extracted. This is done over the following few steps as follows.

First, we apply local anesthesia to numb the surrounding gum tissue and affected tooth. This ensures that you don't feel anything throughout the procedure.

Then, using specialized dental equipment, we will carefully loosen your tooth and gently lift it from its socket.

Sometimes, we may have to make incisions on your gum tissue to access the affected tooth. This is common if your tooth has broken off at the gum line or is badly decayed.

Once we have removed your tooth, the socket is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.

If necessary, we may place a dental bone graft to prevent bone loss around your jaw. This ensures that your gums remain in excellent health.

Finally, we will place stitches around the wound to facilitate faster healing.

Tooth Extraction Recovery

It takes only a few days to recover from a tooth extraction procedure.

However, several circumstances influence the time it takes to recover from an extraction. For instance, adhering to post-surgery guidelines allows patients to recover more quickly.

What to Eat After Tooth Extraction?

You should stick to eating soft foods after a tooth extraction procedure. For the first 24 hours, eat only soft foods and liquids to prevent damage to the injury. Soft foods create the right conditions for your recovery and could see the wound heal in a shorter time.

You can gradually start adjusting to your normal diet after the wound is in its final stages of recovery. However, before reaching this stage, eat soft foods like pudding, jello, yogurt, purees, and mashed potatoes, among others.

When to Stop Using Gauze After Tooth Extraction?

The ideal time to stop using gauze after a tooth extraction is when there is little to no blood accumulation. We advise that you change the gauze every 15 minutes to prevent damage.

After every change, you will notice the blood deposits getting smaller and smaller. At last, the gauze will remain predominantly white. This shows that the bleeding has stopped and this is when you can stop using gauze.

When Can I Brush After Tooth Extraction?

You can brush your teeth 24 hours after you have had a tooth extraction procedure. You should give the wound time to get more secure before brushing.

When brushing, do so with care to avoid damaging the injury. You should also use a soft-bristled toothbrush for the best results.

When Can You Drink Carbonated Drinks After Tooth Extraction?

After undergoing a tooth extraction, you cannot drink carbonated drinks for at least two days. Carbonated drinks can significantly damage the blood clot in your extraction site and cause bleeding.

We recommend that you avoid consuming alcohol and carbonated drinks until you have fully recovered from the surgery.

You should also avoid drinking liquids through a straw and smoking as they will have similar effects.

Why No Ibuprofen After Tooth Extraction?

You should not use ibuprofen after tooth extraction as it prevents the formation of essential chemicals known as prostaglandins.

These chemicals are vital in preventing inflammatory response, which triggers swelling, heat, redness, and pain at the injury site. Therefore, you should avoid using ibuprofen until you have recovered fully.

What Are the Options For Replacing Missing Teeth?

If you are looking to replace missing teeth, worry no more! Here are some of the options for replacing missing teeth after tooth extraction in our offices.
•  Dental implants - This is the most reliable way of replacing missing teeth. They look and function like natural teeth.
•  Dental implant-supported bridge - You can also use a dental implant-supported bridge to replace missing teeth. These implants have a bridge that functions as the crown. Read more here about the process of getting dental implants
•  Fixed and removable dental bridges - You can use fixed and removable dental bridges to replace missing teeth.
•  Complete and partial dentures - Dentures are a common way of replacing missing teeth. You can get either complete or partial dentures, depending on your needs.

Call Your Dentists in Surprise, AZ Today for More Information!

Teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but several circumstances necessitate extractions. If you need your teeth extracted due to various reasons, our team at Surprise Smiles is ready to help. Call us at (602) 842-4864 to learn more about teeth extraction and why it might just be what you need.

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Multiple Tooth Extraction - Surprise, AZ • Surprise Smiles
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