Tooth extraction is the forced removal of a tooth, using forceps, from the dental alveolus or the socket in the alveolar bone (alveolar bone is the bone with sockets surrounding the roots of the teeth), due to various reasons such as:
tooth decay
tooth damage
extremely loose tooth
overcrowding of teeth in the mouth
tooth not able to erupt through the gum
baby teeth not falling out in time, to make way for the growth of permanent teeth
a patient requiring radiation to the head or neck, due to certain medical conditions, and may need to have the teeth lying in the areas of radiation extracted
impacted wisdom teeth which cause gum pain and swelling

  • Wisdom tooth extraction

  • Painless extraction

  • Removal of cyst & tumors

  • Jaw advancements

  • Facial Trauma