Sometimes teeth need to be removed for a variety of reasons. From removal to replacement, we’re with you each step of the way.
Relax…You’re in Good Hands
Sometimes, the removal of a tooth is in a patient’s best interest. An infection, traumatic event, or disease may result in irreparable damage. Sometimes, a tooth needs removed in order to make way for other developing teeth.
In any event, an extraction may seem daunting. Our team discusses all options with you, and together, we decide on the best course of action. If an extraction is the best (or only) choice, we numb the area and help you feel relaxed during the procedure.
- Remove Baby Teeth
- Remove Wisdom Teeth
- Prepare for Orthodontic Treatment
- Extract Damaged or Loose Teeth
- Alleviate Pain
- Eliminate an Infection Source
Our Gentle Extraction Process
Our team is safe, efficient, and gentle. In fact, we specialize in helping anxious patients relax through gentle techniques, honest expectations, and numbing agents. If necessary, we will refer you to a specialist for your extraction.
Indications for extractions can vary, but we will provide a comprehensive evaluation and will recommend an extraction, if necessary.
We’ll create a treatment plan based on your dental needs and budget.
We’ll make sure your mouth is thoroughly numb before removing the affected tooth.
We’ll provide you with detailed aftercare instructions, so you feel your best in no time.
It’s not uncommon to have questions about a treatment. Here are the top questions asked by patients at Third Street Dental.
How Long Does Do Extractions Take?
Most extractions are performed in about an hour.
Do Extractions Hurt?
We always numb your mouth before performing an extraction. While you won’t feel any sharp pain, you may notice the sensation of pressure.
Can I Return to Work or School After an Extraction?
That depends on the type of extraction performed and we will be sure to address any restrictions for aftercare. It’s best to take it easy on the day of the extraction. The increase in blood flow caused by activity could dislodge the blood clot that forms in the extraction site.
What Can I Eat After an Extraction?
For the first day or two, we recommend soft foods like yogurt, applesauce, and ice cream. You can then slowly begin to introduce solid foods into your diet over the next few days.
Request an Appointment
If you need an extraction, we’ll listen to your concerns and offer gentle, caring treatment. Book your appointment today to experience our patient-centered approach to dental care.