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As much as we love to save all your teeth, if things are beyond our control we’re forced to remove a tooth. Whatever your reason is, say the fear of invasive dental procedures or the cost for saving that tooth, we respect your decision and upon informed consent do the needful. 

Reasons for dental extractions include:

  • Grossly decayed/ badly broken tooth with poor remaining structure, that is not worth saving with root canal therapy

  • Orthodontic extractions to create space and help align the remaining teeth

  • Impacted wisdom teeth

  • Mobile Teeth due to irreparable periodontal disease.


Extracting a tooth sometimes can become an extensive procedure involving surgery. Our experienced dentists, at Prakhya Dental, will ensure your comfort at all times and make the overall experience pretty stress-less and a pleasant one. After the extraction is done, our dedicated staff will go through with you thoroughly about the post-extraction instructions. 


Radiographic examination is a must before any extraction to evaluate any abnormalities in your tooth’s form and its relationship with

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adjacent anatomical  structures.  This helps  better  diagnosis  and  treatment 




Wisdom teeth extractions are also performed in-chair, under local anesthesia by our experienced dentists. A referral to a specialist will be given in case of complex scenarios that are beyond our dentists’ experience and expertise.


Certain medications and medical conditions have to be taken into consideration before an extraction is performed. This is to avoid any adverse repercussions during or following the procedure. As a patient, you have to keep us up to date with your medical details.

Walker, Mr Matthew [693] Taken 04-03-202
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