Tooth Extraction in Iran

Tooth extraction is a simple procedure to get rid of your dental pains and headache for damaged or untreatable teeth.

Tooth extraction in Iran

Tooth extraction is a simple procedure to get rid of your dental pains and headache for damaged or untreatable teeth.

Teeth have aesthetic purposes and masticatory function. However, many reasons cause the teeth to be untreatable and become a source of pain and discomfort. When the dentist cannot treat the tooth, the last solution would be tooth extraction. Please continue reading to have a full understanding about this dentistry treatment and the benefits of having tooth extraction in Iran.

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Why Iran for tooth extraction?

Iran is one of the most advanced countries in the fields of medical dentistry services in the region, due to their high-quality equipment centers and clinics, as well, distinctly certified dentists who pursue the last developments in the world on their specializations, offering special services with a low price as a result of their cheap currency.

You can obtain Teeth extraction in addition to other treatments as teeth whitening, dental filling, scaling and root planning, etc. in one visit to Iran without waiting time, not to mention, recognizing at the Iranian cultural memorials and their charming nature.

Why AriaMedTour?

You may suffer some difficulties as a foreigner. AriaMedTour will lead you through the whole journey, from getting a visa, reception in the airport, interpreter, transportation, accommodation, assigning clinic, and all you may need during your accommodation in Iran. Feel free to contact AriaMedTour and get a free consultation about tooth extraction and tooth extraction price quote.

How much does tooth extraction cost in Iran?

The range of tooth extraction cost in the U.S. is $100-$300 for non-surgical or non damaged tooth extraction, while the cost of surgical extraction may range between $200-$650. You may have many surgical extractions for wisdom teeth or damaged teeth or several non- surgical extractions that may cost you a large sum of money. Whereas, it will cost you a fraction of this sum in Iran due to the cheap national currency, so you can benefit from the low prices of tooth extraction in Iran and you may ask for other dentistry services as tooth whitening, dental filling, dental bridge, dental scaling and root planning, etc.

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Tooth extraction in Iran: All you need to know

Perpetual teeth like any other organ in the body are created to live with the human for the rest of their life. However, other organs do not need continuous care and attendance like teeth. Teeth are apt to many problems due to their functions, alignment, and because of aging. Dentist tries to treat these problems and finds solutions for them. However, some of these problems require tooth extraction, such excessive tooth damage as a result of decay, or impacted teeth, etc. But, tooth extraction as minor surgery, is subject to strict rules, and needs exact evaluation for every patient, because the oral cavity is full of microorganism, to avoid following infection or other complications that ensue the surgery.

Tooth extraction causes

The main causes for tooth extraction include:

  • Excessive tooth damage that cannot be treated as a result of severe decays
  • A mobile tooth due to periodontal cause or periapical abscess of the tooth, whose treatment has failed.
  • Overcrowding teeth, which deform the alignment of the teeth or according to orthodontist request (tooth extraction for brace).
  • Milk teeth.

Many secondary factors require tooth extraction such as malposed teeth, supernumerary teeth, the teeth near a tumor, some cases of radiation treatments, jaw fractures, etc.

The tooth extraction procedure

The steps of tooth extraction are generally as follows:

  • The evaluation of the case of the tooth and if it can be repaired or not. If the decision is to extract the tooth, the dentist evaluates the patient’s health and asks whether he/she has any high-risk disease that requires the approval of their diseases specialist. This is mostly the case of tooth extraction in cancer patients or patients of cardiac diseases who may need special consultations, while some tests may be needed for the diabetes patients such as (blood glucose rate).
  • Local anesthetic: Tooth extraction under local anesthetic is sufficient for most of the patients, while some special cases may need tooth extraction under sedation or tooth extraction under anesthesia. However, the special anesthetic can be used for patients of cardiac disease, hypertension or pregnant women.
  • The assistance prepares the instruments for extraction and suture in a tray. After that, the dentist strip the tooth of the gingival tissues, and luxate the tooth with an elevator, then he/she applies the forceps on the crown of the tooth, and continues to luxate the tooth with buccal and lingual movement until the tooth is removed of its socket.

Most non-surgical extractions need no stitches, and tooth extraction medication may be only over counter painkillers. However, tooth extraction hurts more at night because more blood comes to the site of extraction when the patient is sleeping or leaning down.

Tooth extraction for kids may need some preparation by their parents and the dentist. However, in a tooth extraction and implant, the dentist may put the dental implant directly after the procedure, while the tooth extraction membrane aims to replace the vacuum of the extracted tooth by bone tissue instead of a tooth extraction with bone graft.

Surgical tooth extraction

The oral surgeon makes an incision in the gum on the targeted area to reach the tooth. If the access is not sufficient, he/she may remove some of the bone tissue and extract the tooth. Then to avoid tooth extraction infection symptoms (swelling, fever, pain and so on), stitches, antibiotics and analgesics are necessary after surgical extraction. Surgical extraction includes the impacted tooth, and non-erupted tooth, as well, abnormal wisdom tooth extraction, and tooth extraction under the gum, in addition to fractured roots, etc.

Contraindication for tooth extraction

There are many local contraindications related to the site of extraction such as non-treated infection, nearness of malignant tumor, severely exposed area to radiation, proximity to the site of jaw fracture.

Tooth extraction systemic contraindication may include pregnancy during the first and last trimester, uncontrolled diabetes, bleeding disorders, cardiac dysrhythmias, hypertension, cerebrovascular accidents, lymphoma, uncontrolled leukemia, some kind of chemotherapy and radiation for tumor treatments, etc.

Tooth extraction aftercare: what to expect

After biting on the gauze pad for half to an hour, the blood clot is forming. You may need a rest for 1-2 days for tooth extraction recovery. Maintain a soft diet, avoid using a straw after tooth extraction and keep your head above your heart level when you are lying down or sleeping. On the following day, you may rinse your mouth with a salt solution for a few days.

Some tooth extraction pain and swelling are expected. Take your medicine exactly to avoid infection. Generally, symptoms will disappear within a few days, but tooth extraction healing time may need about ten days.

Complications and risks during and after tooth extraction

The tooth extraction process is a minor surgery. Although it is generally a simple and safe procedure, like any other surgery, it has some complications and risks that may need more precaution during the process itself and strict tooth extraction instructions and tooth extraction care to lessen or prevent ensuing problems.

Some pain, bleeding, oozing, swelling, is expected, but, most of tooth extraction complications are temporary ones and diminish within a few days.

Infection is the most common complication after the process. Tooth extraction care and medicines are necessary to lessen and control it.

Dry socket may develop after three days as a result of dislodged clot. It causes severe pain to the patient and needs a special treatment in the dental clinic.

Some tooth extraction risks are accompanying the procedure as a result of ankylosis and applying an excessive force. These risks include:

  • Injury to the soft tissue
  • Maxillary tuberosity fractures that often happen through the removal of some difficult third upper molar
  • Opening through the maxillary sinus
  • Nerve injury might happen if the needle passes through the nerve during anesthetic or during bone removal, which may sometimes cause paresthesia in the lips.

How can I manage having tooth extraction Iran?

AriaMedTour will facilitate all the difficulties that encounter strangers in Iran, including getting the visa, reception in the airport, assigning an interpreter, providing transportation, accommodation, assigning clinic, in addition to all you may need within the country. Never get worried about these matters. Please contact AriaMedTour to get a free consultation and a price quote for tooth extraction and other dentistry services in Iran.

Frequently Asked Questions About Tooth Extraction

The roots of the upper posterior teeth are close to the sinus limit and it reaches the floor of the sinus in some cases. The extraction of these teeth or their fractured roots may cause an opening between the sinus and mouth.

Generally speaking, tooth extraction does not cause a fever. However, the process may sometimes cause a low-grade fever. In the surgical extraction or in root removal, the fever happens as a result of infection, and the dentist will provide the patient with a medical prescription to control it.

Some peoples suffer from headache after tooth extraction for a few days, due to the connection between facial muscles. But usually, it is not severe and disappears after a few days.

Tooth extraction nerve damage is rare. It happens usually in wisdom tooth extraction, but it is a temporary complication. In rare cases, it may need six months to heal, and in more rare cases, it may cause permanent numbness or tingling in the face or the jaw.

Tooth extraction ear pain may result from infection. The dry socket, especially in the mandibular jaw, also causes severe reflected pain at the ear.

A temporary hearing loss and tinnitus are attributed, in some cases, to tooth decay, abscesses, and inflamed gum. However, analgesics for toothache can assist in hearing loss.

Due to severe tooth infection that affects the ear nerve, dizziness and loss of balance might happen because of the damage to the labyrinth, or the fluid-filled inner ear.

The doctor will give you a local anesthetic injection, and you may not feel any pain, but some pressure and movement during the procedure. However, some patients may need more than one injection, and the doctor usually prescribes analgesic medicine after the procedure.

Most of the non-surgical extractions do not need stitches, but if the gum is exposes to high injury, then it may need stitches. This is while surgical and root extractions require stitches. Some stitches can be absorbed, and some of them need to be removed after a few days.

Local anesthesia will be sufficient for most of the patients. Special conditions may need conscious sedation or general anesthesia.

The blood clot usually ensues the extraction process. After a week, the granulation tissue replaces the blood clot and protects the area until the formation of new bone.

After the local injection, you will not feel pain, but you may feel pressure and movement. After the process, the dentist will prescribe some analgesic medicine.

The periodontal disease is connected with the tooth itself. When the dentist removes the tooth, there is no periodontal disease because another tissue will replace the blood clot after tooth extraction.

Tooth extraction is the act of pulling the tooth out of the jaw. It is an outpatient procedure and the doctor may use local, general, intravenous anesthesia, or a combination of more kind. It is a simple tooth extraction. However, there are surgical extractions for roots below the gum or impacted tooth and for abnormal wisdom tooth.

When the formation of blood clot fails or when the blood clot is dislodged from the tooth socket by mechanical factors as a result of not following the instructions of the dentist, the wound remains open and severe pain happens in the site of extraction after four or five days of the process. The dentist removes the dead tissues and puts a new gauze pad to solve this problem.

Tooth extraction is necessary in the following cases: when the damage caused by the decay is excessive so that cannot be repaired, tooth infection, crowding teeth for an orthodontic reason, impacted teeth that may affect the teeth alignment, and milk teeth.

After tooth extraction, the dentist asks you to bite on a gauze pack. Slight bleeding, oozing, redness in the saliva are expected. If tooth extraction bleeding continues after thirty minutes, wipe the old clot and bite on a gauze pad for thirty minutes. If the bleeding continue after that, you may bite on a moistened black tea bag for another thirty minutes. The titanic acid in the tea will assist in forming the clot and stop the bleeding.

Swelling may increase during the first days. This makes the 3rd-5th days the worst for pain and swelling. After that, wisdom tooth extraction pain recedes gradually.

Tooth extraction for patients with high blood sugar may cause infection. The infection rises the fatty acid and leads to acidosis, which makes tooth extraction healing more complicated. Because high sugar blood level delays wound healing and raises the danger of infection.

It is recommended for fasting glucose sugar to be less than 180 mg/dl for selective dental extraction and less than 234 mg/dl for an emergency tooth extraction. The application of antibiotics is necessary to prevent the infection.

The best period for tooth extraction while pregnant is the second trimester. However, the embryo is developing during the first trimester, so it is recommended not to undergo tooth extraction at all. Tooth extraction during pregnancy at the third trimester may cause undesirable complications, and the dentist may only do tooth extraction emergency.

The nerve is within the tooth, so tooth extraction will stop nerve pain.

The gum and periodontal tissues will disappear after the tooth extraction and will be replaced by bone tissue after six weeks.

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