Surgical tooth removal

Even though the medical possibilities concerning the preservation and restoration of teeth have been greatly improved in modern medicine, extensive destruction means that an infected tooth can’t be saved and must be removed.

It is important that an experienced surgeon removes the tooth as gently as possible. This not only minimizes the post-surgical problems like swelling and pain, but also makes sure that the healing and regeneration of the bone can begin as soon as possible. The better the healing, the better the chances that there is enough bone mass to hold an implant and the less bone degeneration will take place.

Tooth extraction is done using local anesthetics and causes no pain, but if you wish we will use a combination of anesthetics and sedatives so that you will be nearly asleep during surgery.
Most patients suffer only little or no pain afterwards.