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Tooth Extraction is the complete removal of one or multiple teeth from the mouth by an Oral and Maxillo Facial  surgeon while the patient is under local, intravenous, or general anaesthesia. The tooth extraction cost in Hyderabad varies widely depending on whether the tooth is affected or is it being removed for therapeutic reasons.

The following are the reasons for extraction: 

  • Teeth Crowding (For Space creation – Orthodontic Treatment)
  • Grossly Decayed tooth / teeth
  • Impacted wisdom teeth
  • Periodontal and Gum disease


There are three types of Dental Extraction: 

  1. Simple Extraction is the removal of a visible tooth in the mouth by the dentist using a local anaesthetic. The dentist moves the tooth back and forth until the periodontal ligament breaks, allowing it to be extracted from the alveolar bone. This process is painless and is done under anaesthesia.
  1. Surgical Extraction involves tooth/teeth that are hardly visible inside the mouth as they might have not completely developed or have cracked below the gum line. You may receive local, intravenous, or general anaesthesia based on your medical condition.
  1. Impacted Wisdom Tooth Extraction When your third molar or the wisdom tooth doesn’t have enough space to develop normally, you have Impacted Wisdom Teeth, which can cause discomfort, infection, pain and damage to adjacent teeth. At this stage, the only choice recommended is a dental extraction. 



The dentist will take an X-ray of your tooth / teeth before initiating the procedure. It is necessary to inform your doctor about any health conditions such as diabetes, liver or thyroid disorder, Hypertension, damaged heart valves, and which ever systemic disorder the subject is suffering with so as to ensure that they are stable and treated or brought under normal norms before tooth extraction.


The dentist determines whether it should be simple or surgical based on the visibility, angulation of your tooth/teeth.


The dentist decides whether to use a local, general or intravenous anesthetic based on your medical history. A simple extraction involves loosening the tooth using an elevator instrument and removing it with forceps. For a surgical extraction, an oral surgeon makes a small incision and cuts your gum to extract the tooth.


Tooth extraction at Arya Dental Care is painless and does no damage. To make your experience pleasant, we use a topical anesthetic followed by local anesthesia. Before scheduling the procedure, our experts take your oral scan and oral impressions to assess the case complexity especially in conditions where the removal of teeth is being done for space creation for orthodontic treatment In ADC, the cost of tooth extraction is reasonable. We strive to provide the patient with utmost care and comfort throughout the extraction procedure

FAQs on Extractions

Generally, it takes a few days to recover post-extraction. there are a few steps followed after tooth extraction for a smooth recovery:

  • Applying an ice pack to your cheek to reduce swelling only on the day when the surgery is done.
  • Do not spit
  • Leave the gauze on the affected area for a few hours to avoid bleeding or till the pad is soaked with blood.
  • Do not smoke or use a straw
  • Rinse your mouth with warm salt water after 24 hours.

Generalised and localised instructions will be provided by your doctor apart from the above based on the severity of the treatment rendered.

The side effects of tooth extraction are:

  • Bleeding
  • Swelling and redness at surgical site
  • Tender mouth
  • Vomiting or nauseous
  • Fever and chills

If  you experience any of these symptoms, contact your dentist immediately.

The post operative care we provide at the hospital will be taking care of all the associated symptoms that one can experience and make it a smooth process.

Tooth extracted WILL NOT hurt you as your dentist will give you anaesthesia during the procedure to avoid the pain. After the extraction, the dentist may recommend over-the-counter medicines that act as pain killers

Depending on your comfort level and case’s complexity, your dentist may use one or more anaesthetics

local – numbing your gums near site of extraction

sedation – conscious sedation (pill, intravenous)

general – nasal or iv