How does a tooth extraction proceed?

The oral extraction method is usually the preferred method for extracting a tooth. The chance of complications is relatively low, ranging between 5-15% depending on factors such as the reason for extraction, the tooth, and the patient’s condition. If a tooth to be extracted breaks, there is a risk that it may not be removable orally. In many cases, an approach through a small incision in the cheek may be possible. If this is not feasible, a more invasive surgical approach is necessary, which in most cases will only be performed under clinic conditions. The same applies to teeth that have already broken before extraction or when there is insufficient clinical crown remaining.

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