Tooth Extractions – Select Dental

Restore Oral Health With Tooth Extractions

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When Tooth Extractions Are the Best Treatment Option

As caring, patient-centered dentists, we do everything we possibly can to save natural teeth. But in some cases, removing problematic, painful or hopeless teeth is the best way to restore health to your smile. Tooth extractions may be necessary when patients experience acute or chronic tooth pain, irreparable tooth decay or damage, or to prepare the mouth for treatments such as dental implant placement or orthodontic care. If you or a loved one find yourself in need of tooth extractions, rest assured our entire team is dedicated to creating the most comfortable and efficient experience possible and is known for putting patients immediately at ease. Our doctors always follow up with patients the same day as tooth extractions, and offer effective solutions for replacing extracted single or multiple teeth. Each of our dentists has training and expertise in performing tooth extractions, and does so without causing harm to surrounding bone, teeth and other oral structures.

Common Reasons for Tooth Extractions:

  • Severe tooth decay
  • Advanced bone loss
  • Impacted teeth
  • Infected or abscessed teeth
  • Broken or damaged teeth
  • Retained baby teeth
  • Dental implant preparation
  • Orthodontic treatment
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Tooth Extractions Performed With a Gentle Touch

We understand that losing natural teeth is never easy, and that many patients fear treatment discomfort as well as how their smiles will look after tooth extractions. As a full-service practice, we blend relaxing sedation options with gentle anesthetic delivery to ensure a calm, stress-free experience for our patients. We also excel at replacing any number of missing or extracted teeth with dental implants, which restore a level of health and appearance to your smile that rivals natural teeth. For many patients, our team can complete tooth extractions and implant placement on the same day. If you are not yet ready to receive implants, our periodontist may perform bone grafting in combination with tooth extractions. Bone grafting fills in open sockets left in the bone by tooth roots, preserving solid bone support for future implant needs.

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