Carious teeth or fractured teeth that cannot be restored by the dentist must be removed because they will frequently give rise to severe infections and pain.  The removal of teeth can vary from simple extractions to complicated surgical procedures.  Loss of teeth can be a traumatic psychological experience that can lead to inability to chew food properly, deterioration of dental alignment, difficulty with speech, and changes that make the face look older.  In most instances teeth can be replaced with implants or bridges.  Please discuss replacement options with your oral and maxillofacial surgeon.

General anaesthesia is often recommended for removal of complicated teeth and for multiple extractions.

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