Dental extractions without pain are it possible?

Fear of the dentist is very common and occurs in people of all ages and for different reasons, being some of the most recurrent the fear of extractions, the horror of the drill, the sensation with the cold air applied to the teeth, pickets to anesthetize and some others. For this reason, dentists who offer dental extractions without pain, or some other procedure without discomfort, manage to arouse the interest of the patients, although in reality, they are common procedures. Usually, those who have a great fear of going to the dentist due to fear of pain, are people who have rarely visited the dentist, or who for some reason had some bad experience. At present, the extractions are carried out with techniques and instruments that cause minimal discomfort.

The specialist at the is the one who dictates, after a thorough review, whether an extraction is really required. Usually, it is about saving the affected piece at all costs, and the extraction is used when there is definitely nothing left to do. Among the reasons that occur most often to extract a tooth include:

  • Parts very deteriorated by caries, to the extent that part of them has been destroyed or have very deep damage. This is common indentures that have not received due attention thus allowing the advance of caries.
  • Periodontal disease: This condition, caused mainly by bacterial infection, causes problems in the gums and teeth causing the loss of teeth, which are loosening due to infection and can even damage the bone that supports the teeth.
  • Dental fractures below the gum line: This type of fracture occurs very frequently when the teeth develop in such a way that the maxilla does not offer enough space for the pieces to be aligned correctly. It is then when the pressure exerted by the same teeth causes fractures or strings that are imperceptible to the eye, which deteriorate over time until the piece is so damaged that it only remains to extract it.
  • Impacted pieces in a few words it is a tooth that did not finish leaving because it was completely blocked or a part of it. The most frequent case of impacted parts occurs in the so-called wisdom teeth.

A good dentist at before recommending the extraction, carefully analyzes the situation, evaluates the different alternatives and then explains to the patient the options he has, costs, advantages and disadvantages of each of them, so that he can make a decision. It should be noted that there are cases in which there are no alternatives and there is no more to extract the piece to avoid further complications.

In the case of the molars, the dentists that are at, after a particular evaluation of the case, can decide that the piece to be removed requires sectioning. This does not complicate the extraction, but quite the opposite since extracting section by section facilitates the procedure, avoids unexpected fractures and the patient suffers less discomfort. Once the piece has come out completely, either in one or several pieces, and that the dentist has verified that no remains were left in the hole, a cure is made. After the patient leaves the office he continues to require some subsequent care. The doctor will surely tell you when you should remove a dressing if you have placed one. It will also tell you about the correct way to clean your mouth to avoid risks of infection but without hurting the wound. Surely also recommend the type of food you can take, and of course some analgesic to avoid the pain that may arise once the effect of anesthesia has passed.