A dental extraction is a removal of tooth/teeth from the jaws. An extraction can be considered simple when the tooth/ teeth are visible and relatively loose. Local Anesthetic will often be used to numb the area around the affected tooth before the dentist uses an instrument to loosen the tooth before removing it.
When a tooth is damaged, your dentist will aim to treat and save it by using treatment options such as root canal treatment, crowns, or fillings. In some situations, your tooth may be badly damaged or decayed to a point where extraction is needed to maintain your oral health.
After The Extraction,
Do's And Don't,
Usually, the appointment will take around 30 to 60 minutes. This depends on the number of teeth that need to put a full stop after removed.
It will take roughly 1-2 weeks for your tooth extraction site to completely heal.