The goal of dentistry is to promote good oral health and comfort so that you can lead a healthier life and eat the foods you love. We recommend dental extractions only as a last resort to protect your health, eliminate symptoms, or reduce pain – and it is never a recommendation that we make lightly.

Conditions that may Require a Tooth Extraction

If you have injuries involving your head and neck, it is essential to seek immediate medical treatment. We can address your dental concerns once any life-threatening injuries have been ruled out.

Common conditions requiring dental extraction:

  • Overcrowding
  • Wisdom teeth
  • Non-restorable fractures
  • Advanced periodontal disease
  • Unsuccessful root canal therapy
  • A tooth broken at the gumline
  • Trauma due to an accident

In many cases, we can plan for tooth replacement treatment before beginning your extraction so that we have a plan in place to restore your smile. In cases of overcrowding or wisdom tooth extractions, we will not need to replace missing teeth.

Personalised Dental Treatment Options

Our dentists will explain all your options and help you make a confident decision regarding your oral health.

We understand that many of our patients have concerns about dental extractions. Will it hurt? What will happen to my oral health? How will it affect the appearance of my smile?

We will take the time to make sure that we address all these concerns and answer your questions.

Your Dental Extraction Procedure

We make patient comfort a top priority. Our dentists will always use appropriate levels of anesthetic and wait for it to take effect before commencement of the procedure. Our team communicates well and will be here to answer your questions.

We strive to provide efficient, effective, and successful dental extractions so that you can get on the road to recovery quickly.

Surgical extractions involve teeth that have not fully erupted from the gums and/or severely broken down teeth. Impaction often occurs when there is not enough space for the tooth, or it is growing in at an angle. This often causes pain and jaw discomfort. Removing your tooth can dramatically improve your comfort and protect your remaining teeth.

Properly caring for your surgical site is critical:

  • Gently clean the area.
  • Avoid smoking or drinking through a straw.
  • Avoid chewing on the area during the healing process.
  • Follow aftercare instructions provided by your dentist.

Contact us to schedule a consultation to get important answers regarding your oral health and smile.

We look forward to welcoming you to our dental practice.