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Tooth Extraction in Burbank, CA

Removing your teeth can sometimes become a compulsion, even after adopting preventive measures regularly. When you visit DNA Dental Studio, we will discuss all the other possibilities with you. We will make every effort to help you out. Your well-being is our primary concern, and it takes an upper hand while making any decisions relating to the treatment process of tooth extraction in burbank. Some patients prefer sedation with oral surgery. All such options can be incorporated into your treatment if required. We assure you that every step ensures the surgical procedure is comfortable, no matter how minor.

Here at DNA Dental Studio, we take pride in letting you know that our professionals make the patient go numb before the process with the help of modern anesthetics. Dr. Dino uses specially designed instruments to remove the tooth once the anesthesia settles in. We also inform you about the required medications and the post-operation instructions that can help the healing process.

We are known for providing the best solution to patients. Apart from discussing the alternatives to tooth extraction, our professionals will also offer effective teeth replacement options.

The Process of Tooth Extraction

Removing teeth can be painful. Hence, sedation makes the patient feel no pain or discomfort. It will let you relax during the extraction process. Sedation is a great way to cope with dental phobia or anxiety. “Sleep Dentistry” is a synonym for Dental Sedation. But, this term is not accurate in its true sense. The patient generally stays awake in case of most kinds of sedation dentistry. You are only going to sleep when the dentist uses general anesthesia.


Traditionally, extracting a tooth is not possible in some cases. The need for teeth sectioning emerges in such situations. These teeth are either very firmly attached to the socket or have curved roots, causing difficulty in removing them. As the name suggests, sectioning a tooth involves the dentist cutting the tooth into sections, removing each section and one section at a time.

After tips of Tooth Extraction

The formation of a blood clot is very common in the case of tooth extraction. It genuinely helps to reduce the bleeding and, as a result, initiates the first stage of the healing process. Biting down on a gauze pad for 30-45 minutes after the treatment is advisable. If doing so also doesn’t stop the bleeding, try biting down on the gauze for another 30 minutes. You might have to do this multiple times to stop the bleeding.

Once the blood clot forms, you should never try to remove it. Keeping a few things in mind is important to ensure this. They are:

  • Do not drink alcohol
  • Do not smoke
  • Do not use a straw
  • Do not brush

All the above-mentioned “don’ts” are applicable for the first 72 hours after the extraction. These activities not only dislodge the clot but also act as a hindrance in the healing process. It is also recommended not to indulge in physical activities for the first 24 hours. The reason behind it is pretty simple. Physical exercise increases blood pressure and, as a result, can lead to bleeding from the extraction site.

Do not panic if you experience pain or inflammation after the extraction. These after-effects are common. You can apply an ice pack to the affected area. Using an ice pack will reduce the swelling and alleviate the pain. The swelling is supposed to stay for 48 hours after the extraction. You can also take the medications prescribed by your dentist.

Consumption of medicines is an effective way to get relief from pain. If the prescribed medications do not yield effective results, do not hesitate to contact us. Also, it is necessary to take the antibiotics for the prescribed time. Eat nutritious food on the very day of tooth extraction.

You can resume your daily routine after 24 hours of the treatment. Do follow the important steps related to oral hygiene maintenance, such as brushing, flossing, or rinsing your mouth with a mouthwash. You must know that a clean mouth can be the key to a speedy recovery.

Start participating in your daily activities after a few days. Call us if the pain or swelling persists after 2 to 3 days.

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