Tooth Extraction
Having a tooth pulled may not be likable for many people, but there can be some conditions when a necessity of tooth extraction is there in adulthood. Tooth extraction, in simple words can be described as having a tooth pulled out from the mouth.

Why Is It Required?
Several conditions are there in which the requirement of tooth extraction can exist. Like if there is a presence of excessive tooth decay, an infection in the tooth or crowding has taken place, then the dentist might suggest the patient for tooth extraction. Those who have misaligned teeth or the shape of their teeth aren’t well, they try to opt for the treatment of braces. During this kind of treatment, the practitioner may require one or multiple teeth removed for there to be room for other teeth as they shift into place. There might even be chances for some cancer patients when they undergo chemotherapy or having an organ transplant may need to have their teeth removed for keeping their mouth healthy.

Author's Bio: 

Dr. Andre Eliasian is an award-winning Dental Professional, an active community volunteer, and owner of Elite Dental Group Corporation. Dr. Eliasian has a Doctorate in Dental Surgery and has a reputation helping his patients achieve “the perfect smile” by restoring missing and damaged teeth using the latest in Dental Implant technology – the best choice for a natural smile.