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  1. Impacted teeth: Impacted teeth are teeth that are blocked from emerging fully from the gums, either because they are growing in at an angle or because there is not enough room in the mouth for them to grow properly. This can cause pain, swelling, and infection, and may require the tooth to be extracted.

  2. Severe decay: When a tooth is severely decayed or damaged, it may not be possible to save it with a filling, crown, or other dental restoration. In these cases, extraction may be the only option to prevent the decay from spreading to other teeth.

  3. Gum disease: Advanced gum disease can cause the gums to pull away from the teeth, exposing the roots and making them more susceptible to infection. In some cases, tooth extraction may be necessary to prevent the spread of infection.

  4. Crowding: Sometimes, teeth can become crowded in the mouth, making it difficult to properly clean and maintain good oral hygiene. In these cases, extraction may be necessary to make room for other teeth to shift into the proper position.

  5. Orthodontic treatment: Tooth extraction may be recommended as part of an orthodontic treatment plan to make room for braces or other orthodontic appliances.

  6. Wisdom teeth: Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, often need to be extracted because they can cause a variety of problems, including pain, infection, and damage to surrounding teeth.

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Dr.Manu Modi is a perfectionist who is a true believer in “nothing is impossible “. A strong-headed and light-hearted Dr Modi has been practising for over 20 years. His practice focuses primarily on patient care and awareness. Dr.Manu Modi ( MDS Prosthodontics) and Dr.Mona Modi (BDS Cosmetic dentist) with their team of Doctors aim for precise treatments with 100% results.

His commitment to dentistry has been rewarded by providing 32 Facts the most prestigious award of the ‘Best Dental and Prosthodontic Clinic in Delhi’ consecutively for three years, which are 2012, 2013 and 2014.


Frequently asked questions

The tooth extraction procedure itself should not hurt, as the area around the tooth will be numbed with a local anesthetic. However, some discomfort and swelling is normal in the days following the procedure. Your dentist may prescribe pain medication to help manage any pain.

The recovery time varies from person to person, but most people can expect to experience some swelling and discomfort for a few days to a week after the procedure. It is important to follow your dentist’s post-operative instructions to ensure proper healing.

You should avoid eating for the first few hours after a tooth extraction while the local anesthesia wears off. After that, you can start with soft foods and gradually move on to more solid foods as you feel comfortable. Avoid hard, crunchy, or spicy foods that may irritate the extraction site.

To prevent complications after a tooth extraction, it is important to follow your dentist’s post-operative instructions. This may include avoiding smoking, using a straw, or drinking alcohol for a certain period of time. You should also avoid touching the extraction site with your fingers or tongue, and take any prescribed medications as directed.

It is best to avoid strenuous exercise for at least 24 hours after a tooth extraction to allow the blood clot to form properly and avoid dislodging it. After that, you can resume light exercise, but avoid anything that may cause you to sweat excessively or raise your blood pressure.

Most people are able to return to work or school the day after a tooth extraction, but this may depend on the type of work or activity involved. If your job or activity is physically demanding or requires a lot of talking, you may need to take a few days off to allow for proper healing. Your dentist can provide guidance on when it is safe to resume normal activities.



Tooth extraction is a common dental procedure that involves removing a tooth from its socket in the jaw bone. There are a variety of reasons why tooth extraction may be necessary, including impacted teeth, severe decay, gum disease, crowding, orthodontic treatment, and wisdom teeth.

The tooth extraction procedure typically begins with the administration of a local anesthetic to numb the area around the tooth to be extracted. In some cases, sedation dentistry may also be used to help the patient relax during the procedure.

Once the area is numb, the dentist will use a special tool called an elevator to loosen the tooth from its socket. Once the tooth is sufficiently loosened, the dentist will use forceps to remove it from the socket. In some cases, a small incision may be made in the gum tissue to provide better access to the tooth.

After the tooth has been extracted, the dentist will provide instructions for caring for the extraction site. This may include avoiding certain foods or activities and using pain medication or antibiotics as needed. With proper care and attention, the extraction site should heal within a few weeks.

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