There are many reasons why emergency dentistry may be required in order to carry out tooth extraction.
An expert at Worldental.org pointed out that improper dentition, correction of the bite, inability to restore the tooth and severe tooth decay are just a few reasons why a tooth may have to be removed.
"Tooth may be extracted also if there is acute and severe development of inflammation around the tooth structure, leading to intoxication and being dangerous for human life and health," the writer added.
Following emergency dentistry to cover tooth extraction, the expert advises patients to refrain from eating and drinking for up to three hours, as well as cutting back from smoking over that period too.
People who have lost teeth in the past have been told that a denture or a fixed bridge are the most common treatments for curing the issue, according to the Cosmetic Dentistry Guide.