How do you do atraumatic extraction?


  1. Sever the Connective-Tissue Fibers. The first step in the atraumatic removal of a tooth is to completely sever the connective tissue fibers by incising circumferentially around the tooth.
  2. Minimize Soft-Tissue Reflection.
  3. Section Multi-Rooted Teeth.
  4. Reduce Contact Areas.

What is the most difficult tooth extraction?

Lower back teeth are typically the hardest to anesthetize. This is because it requires a little more work in terms of numbing the nerve endings, which are more plentiful at the back, lower part of the jaw.

How long does it take to recover from multiple tooth extractions?

Your dentist can remove most teeth with a simple procedure. The multiple tooth extraction recovery time remains the same for a single tooth or multiple teeth. You can expect to return to normal activities in 7- 10 days. If you need surgery for impacted wisdom teeth, the recovery time may exceed this by a few days.

What is rubber band extraction?

The practitioner simply placed a rubber band around the tooth to be extracted; because of the shape of the teeth, the rubber band slowly worked its way up or down the sides of the tooth roots, destroying the bone and soft tissues, and the tooth just fell out, all in about 4 to 6 weeks.

How many tooth extractions can be done at once?

However, many dentists would usually advise patients not to go through simultaneous extractions of more than two teeth due to practical reasons. Most dentists would prefer to extract teeth by section instead of extracting the whole teeth in one sitting.

What are the indications for tooth extractions?

Indication for tooth extraction

  • Caries reaching far under the gingiva or into the root.
  • Severe loosening due to parodontitis.
  • Lack of space.
  • Orthodontal lack of space.
  • Longitudinal dental fractures.
  • Root canal preparation in via falsa (root wall was drilled through accidentally)
  • Relocated or excess teeth.