Tooth extraction is nothing but a simple process of removing your tooth from the mouth. Extraction is done for various reasons. Tooth decay that almost kills the entire tooth structure is a frequent signal for teeth extraction. Tooth extractions of problematic wisdom teeth or impacted teeth are regularly done, as is the removal of permanent teeth to make room for this orthodontic treatment.
Dental extractions are categorized as surgical or simple. Surgical extractions normally involve removing the teeth that are not easily accessible or not reachable for surgery, maybe either because it has not completely erupted or it has broken below the gum line.
In surgical teeth extraction, dental surgeons can lift or improve soft tissue that covers bones, teeth and can eliminate the surrounding bone tissue with a drill. The process involves dividing teeth into several parts to alleviate the removal.
A simple extraction is another type of extraction, usually done on teeth that are easily accessible and visible, only requires instruments to lift the visible dental part, which is often done under local anesthesia.
In this process using an elevator, teeth are usually lifted and at the same time use gear forceps, teeth are shaken and return to the supporting alveolar bone has been widened and periodontal ligaments have been damaged enough to make the tooth loose from its original position to remove it completely.