Dental Extraction.

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What is Dental Extraction?

A tooth extraction could be required for a variety of reasons, such as serious decay or injury. A tooth extraction, one of the most frequent dental treatments, can get rid of microorganisms and enhance your general oral health. A dental operation called a tooth extraction involves entirely removing your tooth from its socket. This is sometimes referred to as "pulling" a tooth.

Dental Extraction preparation


An X-ray of your tooth will be taken by your dentist before the procedure is scheduled. Tell your dentist about all prescription and over-the-counter medications you take, as well as any vitamins, dietary supplements, and herbal remedies.

If you will soon be receiving intravenous treatment for another medical condition using a medication known as bisphosphonate, let your dentist know. If so, the extraction should be performed prior to the medication therapy to prevent osteonecrosis of the jaw (bone death).


Your afflicted tooth and the gum tissue around it are first given topical anesthetic to make them feel better. Your dentist will gently loosen your tooth and carefully take it out of its socket using specialist dental tools. When your tooth is severely decaying or has broken off at the gum line, your dentist may occasionally need to create incisions in your gums to have access to it. The socket is cleansed and sterilized after your tooth has been extracted. A dental bone transplant can occasionally be implanted by your dentist to help stop jawbone loss. Finally, to aid in the healing process, stitches may be used.
Dental Extraction how it works
Dental Extraction result

Expected Results.

Once the treatment is finished, your dentist will cover the extraction site with a piece of gauze and instruct you to apply firm, consistent pressure. By doing so, the bleeding is slowed and a blood clot can form. (Clotting is a typical part of healing. It encourages healing and lowers the chance of developing dry sockets.) Once the bleeding has sufficiently subsided, you can remove the gauze. Throughout the first 24 hours, you can continue to experience minor bleeding.

Treatment Pricing.

Extraction of Teeth

Starting From
SAR 550

The starting cost of Dental Extraction in Riyadh is different for different teeth and depends on your age as well. Fill in the form and our staff will get back to you with all the details for your tooth’s extraction.


What is the most common complication during tooth extraction?

The most frequent issue associated with tooth extractions is dry socket. This occurs one to three days after surgery when the blood clot that forms in the gum pocket is disturbed. This exposes the jaw's bone and nerves, which may cause excruciating pain and sluggish healing.

Which nerve is blocked during tooth extraction?

The most popular nerve block method in dentistry is the standard inferior alveolar nerve block.

How long does a tooth extraction take?

between 20-40 minutes

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