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Tooth extraction involves the removal of a tooth from your jaw bone.
Advances in dental treatments techniques and innovative equipment is changing the perception of dental treatments in general, leading to better outcomes and an overall better experience while at the dentist.
PRF is a living biomaterial derived from a patient’s own blood that helps to promote healing and the regeneration of bone and soft tissue, both of which are critical to the success of any oral surgery procedure.
A certain degree of pain and discomfort is normal after a tooth extraction. However, you should be able to manage normal pain with the pain reliever prescribed by your dentist or oral surgeon, and the pain should lessen with time.
If you develop new or worsening pain in the days after your tooth extraction, contact your dentist or oral surgeon immediately.
Yes, but, your dentist give you local anesthesia during the procedure to eliminate the pain. Following the procedure, dentists usually recommend over-the-counter (OTC) or prescription pain medication to help you manage the pain.
Dr. Pedro Gutierres started practising dentistry in the UK shortly after qualify in Lisbon, Portugal, back in 2006.+
Dr Castelhano has worked at the best clinics throughout London and the West End.+
Dr. João Silva started practising dentistry in the UK in 2013 after qualifying in Portugal.+
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