Tooth extraction

Tooth extraction

Deciduous tooth extraction

Deciduous teeth should fall out by themselves. Nature did not create forceps. However, sometimes our little patients need help. Simple removals are easily and painlessly performed in our clinic by an experienced pediatric dentist or other specialists.

Permanent tooth extraction


  • Roots, unsuitable for prosthetics
  • Cysts
  • Traumas
  • High degree of tooth mobility
  • Root fractures
  • Abscesses
  • Orthodontic reasons (treatment with braces)
  • Wisdom teeth (decayed, misaligned)

Pain after tooth extraction:

  • Neglected use of antibiotics, if the physician has issued them
  • A complex tooth extraction
  • Neglected regime (excessive rinsing immediately after extraction, eating, smoking, etc.)
  • The pain is usually suppressed with analgesics – e.g. Ibuprofen, Nimesil, Ketanov, Dolmen, etc.


  1. If the pain is accompanied by swelling of the cheek and/or high temperature (lasts two or more days after the tooth removal) which the surgeon did not to warn of, immediately contact your doctor.
  2. Stopping bleeding after tooth extraction: Insert and bite a sterile bandage in the extracted tooth area. Keep it bitten for about half an hour. Apply some cold on the cheek. Bleeding should stop. If bleeding persists, call the doctor.
  3. Our clinic uses laser to prevent pain after tooth extraction. Laser stimulates healing, inactivates and kills bacteria around the formed blood clot.
  4. A PRF therapy is available. (More information about PRF – in the technologies section)

Register online or by phone