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Extractions

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Extractions


Tooth extraction refers to the removal of a tooth from the mouth. The need for extraction arises when a tooth is severely decayed or beyond repair.

There are 2 types of extractions:

(i) Uncomplicated extraction:

This involves the removal of teeth that are visible in the mouth. A local anesthetic will first be administered, before using a dental forceps to loosen the tooth and finally to remove it.

Treatment Charges
Extraction
Non-surgical: $60 – $165
If you have any further questions regarding the treatment, please feel free to call 8684 1000 to speak to our patient care associate. Alternatively, you may also e-mail us at enquiries@advanceddental.com.sg.

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(ii) Surgical extraction:

This involves the removal of teeth that cannot be easily accessed. This is a more complicated procedure that almost always requires an incision. Your doctor may recommend this if your tooth is severely broken or if it is impacted (stuck) behind bone or another tooth.

Treatment Charges
Extraction
Surgical : $350 – $1340 (Medisave claimable)
If you have any further questions regarding the treatment, please feel free to call 8684 1000 to speak to our patient care associate. Alternatively, you may also e-mail us at enquiries@advanceddental.com.sg.

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