¿What is Extractions?

Open extraction method

We should never underestimate the value or importance of a tooth, as their loss is always unfortunate, for reasons whether aesthetic or functional. Teeth are an important component of the human body, but this is not enough. In specific cases and with precise indications, the extraction of permanent or temporary teeth is relevant.

Preoperative indications

a) Submit personal documentation, be present on the date, time and place for the surgical procedure

b) Assist in the company of a guardian, who must be a responsible adult

c) Reassure your dentist before the procedure if you are allergic

d) If you are taking any medication do not stop it for surgery. It is better take it on schedule

e) Fasting is not necessary

f) The day of the procedure must carry the x-rays and medical exams previously requested by your doctor

g) Optimal dental hygiene: with toothbrush and toothpaste and mouthwashes before the procedure

h) Appropriate clothing: comfortable, practical and adequate to temperature, avoid jewellery and valuables

i) The oral cavity should be in the best possible conditions to prevent post-extraction complications; for this is recommended, if possible, previous any surgical intervention make periodontal treatment, sealing the caries etc.

1. Anesthesia

Local anaesthetics are drugs that, used in suitable concentrations, inhibit on reversibly the nerve conduction when applied to specific areas of the body.

2. Diuresis or incision tissues

In all surgical intervention, the operative sequence begins with the incision of the coating tissues (skin, mucosa, fibro mucosa, etc.) in the oral cavity, the incision is the manoeuvre to open by mechanical means (scalpel, scissors) or thermal (electrocautery, laser), the most superficial tissues to access the deeper levels in order to perform the surgical procedure indicated.

3. Mucosal or mucoperiosteal detachments to prepare a flap

The mucoperiosteal or mucous detachment should be implemented carefully and atraumatic, manipulating soft tissue gently, which induce to proper healing.

4. Osteotomy

When the molar is exposed. Most of the time, cutting or exegesis bone is required in order to eliminate or remove the bone covering the object of surgery.

5. odontosection

The third molars are in different positions and sometimes you need to make a cut or odontosection, which can be done to dental neck level, in order to extract separately.

6. Luxation and extraction

7. Syneresis or tissue suture

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