Teeth extraction

Tooth extraction is a common dental procedure necessary for maintaining dental and oral health. If a problematic tooth is not removed in time, it can lead to several serious consequences, such as:

Reasons for Tooth Extraction

  • Severe Tooth Decay. When the tooth cannot be restored;
  • Infections and Abscesses. Presence of pus formations and infections;
  • Periodontitis. Severe gum disease leading to bone loss;
  • Trauma. Severe tooth damage due to injury;
  • Wisdom Teeth. Misalignment or lack of space for eruption;
  • Orthodontic Indications. Need for extraction to correct the position of other teeth.

Types of Tooth Extraction

  • Simple Extraction. A straightforward extraction when the tooth is visible and accessible;
  • Surgical Extraction. A complex extraction requiring an incision in the gum to access the tooth;
  • Wisdom Tooth Extraction. Removal of impacted or improperly erupted wisdom teeth;
  • Broken Tooth Extraction. Extraction of a severely damaged or broken tooth.

Tooth Extraction Procedure

  • Consultation and Diagnosis. The dentist conducts an examination, X-rays, or CT scans to assess the tooth’s condition and plan the extraction;
  • Anesthesia. Local anesthesia is applied to numb the area around the tooth;
  • Tooth Extraction. The dentist carefully extracts the tooth using specialized tools. An incision in the gum may be necessary.

Recovery After Extraction

  • Prosthetics. Installation of a bridge to replace the extracted tooth;
  • Recovery Period. Complete healing of the gum takes from several weeks to several months, depending on the complexity of the extraction and the chosen restoration method;
  • Implantation. Insertion of a dental implant to replace the root and install a crown;
  • Removable Dentures. Use of removable dentures to restore the dental arch.

Tooth extraction is an important procedure for maintaining oral health and preventing serious complications. By following your dentist’s recommendations and providing proper oral care, you can minimize risks and speed up the recovery process.


Is the tooth extraction procedure painful?

The procedure is performed under local anesthesia and is usually painless. There may be slight discomfort after the procedure.

How long does a tooth extraction take?

A simple extraction takes 20 to 40 minutes, while complex cases may take longer.

Can I smoke after a tooth extraction?

Smoking can slow down the healing process, so it is recommended to refrain from smoking for a few days after the procedure.

How should I care for my mouth after a tooth extraction?

It is recommended to avoid hard foods, rinse the mouth with saline solution, and maintain oral hygiene.

When can I return to my usual activities after a tooth extraction?

Most patients can return to their normal activities the day after the extraction, avoiding intense physical activity.

What complications can arise after a tooth extraction?

Possible complications include dry socket, infection, bleeding, and swelling. If symptoms of complications occur, you should contact your dentist.

Dr. Varvara Vislenko
Founder of the clinics “White Bear” (St. Petersburg, Russia) and Polar Bear General Dental Clinic (Dubai, UAE)
Dr. Aleksandr Siniakov
specialist Oral Surgery, implantologist, periodontist;
languages: English, Russian


Milk tooth extraction

Anesthesia included
Sedation not included

160-800 AED
Tooth extraction in an adult

Anesthesia and stitches included
Pictures not included

750-1300 AED
Wisdom tooth extraction

Anesthesia and stitches included
Xray not included

1300-2300 AED


photo protocol
Dental treatment photo protocol

During the initial consultation we will definitely carry out photodiagnostics of the condition of the teeth and portrait photography in our photo studio if you are preparing for orthodontic treatment, prosthetics, or teeth whitening. Next we take a photo of the current treatment and at the end you can see the result of your treatment in the photo.

Photos are attached to your electronic health record and help you participate equally and track your treatment progress.

Painless treatment

A mixture of nitric oxide and oxygen in a small concentration reduces the level of anxiety and control in anticipation of what is happening in the dentist's chair.
Indicated for children after three years for any type of treatment, adolescences and adults as well.

Digital treatments protocols

We have implemented accurate digital protocols for surgical planning and aesthetic prosthetics in adult patients in the planning of orthodontic treatment for the smallest patients in difficult cases.

Comprehensive approach

Each patient who comes to our clinic for the first time receives a detailed comprehensive consultation of several specialists on the state of oral health. This is necessary in order to develop an individualized treatment plan that is suitable for this particular person, based on a complex of problems in the oral cavity, and not on a single decayed tooth.

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