Tooth extraction in Oslo
Teeth should actually last a lifetime with good follow-up. Occasionally, unfortunately, a tooth has to be extracted. Tooth extraction is performed when everything has been tried to save the tooth.
Why do you need a tooth extraction?
Teeth should actually last a lifetime with good follow-up. Occasionally, unfortunately, a tooth has to be extracted.
Tooth extraction is performed when everything has been tried to save the tooth. Sometimes a root canal might
save the tooth, but the last resort is tooth extraction. Infection that has damaged the tooth or bone that is
around the tooth leads to tooth extraction. Most often it is caries, also called a hole in the tooth. The patient can too
have periodontitis also called gum disease. When you have periodontal disease, your teeth will lose over a long period of time
loosen, this is because the bone around the tooth loosens. If that tooth is not pulled, it will destroy
the neighboring teeth.
Inadequate dental care leads to misaligned teeth. Dental care considers certain teeth to be non-vital too
the patient's oral health and can recommend that they be removed. These teeth may be misaligned or
useless as they lack viable teeth to bite against.
When carrying out orthopedic treatment such as braces, there is often a need to pull one
tooth or more in order to fix the dental position and ensure that the bite is correct.
Before starting radiation treatment of the head and neck, it is necessary to remove any teeth that
may be damaged by treatment. This helps prevent complications, such as infections.
Having an immune system weakened by chemotherapy increases the likelihood of dental infections and
probability of having to be extracted.
Some recipients of transplanted organs develop tooth infection thanks to the drugs the doctors
prescribed to fight the immune system. As a result, some teeth must be removed before receiving an organ transplant.
Many of our patients experience pain and discomfort associated with their wisdom teeth. At Clinica Smile, we have a range of state-of-the-art equipment and our skilled Oral Surgeon, who possesses extensive experience in tooth extraction procedures, ensuring a painless and straightforward process. When it comes to removing a tooth, it is normal to expect some swelling and soreness for a few days afterward. However, we provide antibiotics to help manage these symptoms and promote healing.
All teeth have a root canal that supplies the tooth's nerves and blood vessels. If bacteria enter
the root canal or the tooth is damaged in such a way that the blood supply to the tooth is compromised, must
the tooth is filled.
Sometimes a root canal is not enough to heal/free a tooth, and then it may be necessary
with surgery. The most common surgical treatment to be able to save a tooth is called a root canal
amputation. When the root tip is removed, cracks or extra canals may appear in the roots that do not
can look at X-ray images.
- Børst tennene riktig: Børst tennene grundig to ganger om dagen i minst to minutter hver gang. Bruk en fluorholdig tannkrem for å styrke tannemaljen.
- Rengjør mellom tennene: Bruk tanntråd eller mellomromsbørster daglig for å fjerne plakk og matrester som børsten ikke når.
- Besøk tannlegen regelmessig: Gå til tannlegen minst to ganger i året for rutinemessige sjekk-ups og profesjonell tannrensing.
- Spis en sunn kosthold: Reduser inntaket av sukkerholdige matvarer og drikkevarer som kan føre til tannråte. Spis mer frukt, grønnsaker og kalsiumrik mat for å opprettholde sterke tenner.
- Unngå tobakksprodukter: Røyking og snusing kan forårsake tannproblemer og tannkjøttsykdom. Prøv å slutte eller redusere bruken av disse produkter for bedre tannhelse.
- Beskytt tennene under aktiviteter: Bruk en tannbeskytter under idrettsaktiviteter eller når du utfører aktiviteter med risiko for tannskader.
- Ta vare på tannproteser: Hvis du har proteser, sørg for å rengjøre dem regelmessig og oppbevare dem på en trygg måte for å unngå skade og infeksjon.
Følg disse tipsene for å opprettholde en sunn munnhelse og et strålende smil!
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