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Harrow's Top Tooth Extraction
Although saving your teeth is always desired, there are cases when teeth need to be removed. The reasons include trauma, disease, and crowding in the mouth.
When a tooth cannot be repaired using a crown or filling, an extraction may be the best option. Teeth that aren’t supported by enough bone because of periodontal disease may also need to be removed as well as infected (abscessed) teeth that don’t respond to root canal treatment. It’s also not uncommon for an orthodontist to recommend an extraction or two before braces because of crowded teeth. Similarly, wisdom teeth are frequently extracted because they may be impacted or do not have adequate room to fully erupt into the mouth.
Extraction of an impacted tooth
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An oral surgeon conducts the extraction of an impacted tooth after he carries out a full dental assessment.
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- Crowded teeth
- Crooked teeth
- Tooth decay
- Jaw pain
- And other not so pleasant dental issues
Partial Bony Impaction
Dr Hannah Flynn
GDC NO: 77617
BChD(Leeds), MFDS RCS, MFGDP, MscRestDent, DipOralSurg RCS, DipDentSed, PGCertClinEd, FHEA.
Dr Hannah Flynn qualified from The University of Leeds in 2000. Following completion of Vocational Training, she moved to Ireland where she excelled as a practice owner for more than 16 years, winning several dental awards. These include Most Trusted Dental Practice; Dental Practice of the Year Ireland; Best Employer and Sensodyne Dentist of the Year for the diagnosis and management of oral cancer.
Hannah has many postgraduate qualifications including a Diploma in Oral Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons, England; a Diploma (Distinction) in Conscious Sedation from King’s College London – Guy’s Hospital, and a Master’s (Distinction) in Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry, receiving the highest overall grade in her class of 70. Hannah is IMOS Level 2 accredited in Oral Surgery and has also achieved a PG Certificate in Clinical Education (King’s College London).
Since returning to live in London, Hannah works at Guy’s Hospital in the Department of Sedation and Special Care as well as in private practice providing complex oral surgical procedures. She has a special interest in the removal of impacted wisdom teeth, removal of retained roots and treatment of problematic extractions, as well as the removal of teeth in patients with complex medical histories.
Hannah is an extremely gentle, dedicated surgeon and takes pride in caring for her patients, particularly nervous patients.
- British Association of Oral Surgery
- Royal College of Surgeons of England
- Dental Sedation Teachers Group
- Society for Advancement of Anaesthesia in Dentistry