Tooth Extractions

We perform tooth extractions, including wisdom teeth and simple extractions. The most common reasons for tooth extractions are severe tooth decay and impacted wisdom teeth. Extractions are also done in cases where teeth are crowded and it will help with orthodontics.

Tooth extractions can be simple or they can more complicated, even requiring surgery in some cases. For example, if a tooth is impacted deep within the gum or palate a simple extraction technique might not be possible. There are also cases where a tooth has been broken off by the root and cannot be extracted without surgery.

If you require a dental extraction, you will be examined to determine the most appropriate procedure for you.

How Will I Know if I Need a Tooth Extraction?

Severe tooth decay can leave a tooth so damaged that it cannot be saved or restored by any conventional method. In such cases, tooth extraction might be the best option.

Impacted wisdom teeth can cause a variety of problems, including crowded teeth, jaw pain, and severe headaches. If you have this condition, then extraction probably be the suggested remedy.

The Benefits of Tooth Extraction

In some cases, extracting a tooth or teeth could prevent problems later on that might lead to orthodontic procedures. Also, tooth extraction could prevent severe cases of tooth decay and gum disease. Some cases of severe jaw pain or headaches can also be cured by tooth extractions.

Tooth extractions could save you orthodontics costs later on by eliminating some of the common causes for crowded teeth. Also, by removing stubborn baby teeth that make it difficult for adult teeth to come in.

If you have been experiencing any of the symptoms that might be caused by impacted teeth, please give us a call or stop by one of our offices. We will examine you to determine which procedure is best for you.