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Can You Get Multiple Teeth Extracted at Once?

Posted on 1/23/2023 by Evan
Can You Get Multiple Teeth Extracted at Once?Many patients are naturally anxious about needing multiple teeth pulled at once. It is understandable to have doubts regarding the procedure's viability and potential outcomes. Some individuals have cavities or gum disease, while others have experienced dental trauma or have teeth that are improperly spaced.

Trusting a board-certified and highly skilled oral surgeon can help alleviate anxiety about having multiple teeth pulled at once. After having many teeth extracted, an oral surgeon will make sure you are as comfortable as possible in the days following the treatment.

As long as the oral surgeon and patient have communicated well and come to an agreement, having many teeth extracted is a safe procedure. The patient's health and the position of the teeth to be removed may necessitate observing certain restrictions.

So that their patients can continue to chew normally after tooth extraction, an oral surgeon may recommend sectional extraction. However, it is generally accepted that having multiple teeth pulled at once is safe.

After Having Several Teeth Pulled, What Can You Expect?

Before any oral surgery, the patient will have a thorough discussion with the oral surgeon about the aftercare and healing process. They will do what they can to ensure you are as comfortable as possible after surgery and give you detailed post-op care instructions to cut down on issues.

Restrictions on what patients can and cannot eat, drink through a straw, and smoke after having several teeth extracted may vary by operation. Keeping up with your regular dental hygiene routine after getting teeth removed is crucial to avoid infection and speed up the healing process.

Antibiotics and pain relievers are two examples of what an oral surgeon might recommend. Medications must be taken regularly and exactly as directed by the surgeon.

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One of our oral surgeons can advise you on the best course of action if you need several teeth extracted. Get in touch with us via phone or email for an appointment.

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