When problematic teeth are causing you pain and discomfort, remember that you have options. The goal is always to preserve your natural teeth, but sometimes extractions are the best way to go to save your smile.
Unhealthy or problematic teeth aren’t good for your oral health. Our team will always try to save your natural teeth, but sometimes a simple, painless tooth extraction is the best way to get your smile back on track. There are many reasons why a patient may need a tooth extracted. Wisdom teeth tend to cause discomfort that can be alleviated with extractions while some advanced restorative procedures, like dental implants, require the removal of unhealthy teeth. With a gentle technique and local anesthesia or sedation options, teeth extractions can be quick and painless.
Healing time after an extraction is typically 1-2 weeks.
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Basic tooth extractions are the most common and usually involve loosening visible teeth with special tools and extracting them from the socket. We use a local anesthetic to numb and reduce pain during the process.
If your wisdom teeth are unhealthy, Dr. Chaz will perform a tooth extraction to safeguard your oral health.
Wisdom teeth are the 3rd, and last group of molars most individuals get when they are around twenty years old. The growth of these teeth can be trouble-free for some individuals. However, for others, this set of teeth can become impacted, i.e., it can get stuck and can't fully erupt through the gum line.
Such teeth can trigger several problems. If they're only partway through the gum line, they can trap food and bacteria that cause cavities, gum disease, and bad breath. Impacted wisdom teeth can also crowd or damage other teeth, as well as the jawbone. In most cases, we recommend extracting impacted wisdom teeth.
We will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer your questions. We want you to feel confident and informed about the procedure and will do everything possible to ensure that happens.
Before we extract your tooth, we use local anesthesia to numb the part around the tooth. This way, you won't feel any pain during the procedure. Local anesthesia is usually given through injections, but it can also be delivered using a topical gel or cream.
Dr. Chaz will make an incision in your gums to expose the tooth. He will then loosen the tooth and remove it from your mouth. Sometimes, they may need to remove the tissue or bone around the tooth to extract it.
Afterward, your oral surgeon will close the incision with stitches, and you will be given instructions on how to care for the extraction area. Recovery from a surgical extraction usually takes a few days.
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Your treatment options will depend on your situation. If you have severe tooth decay, a root canal may be suitable. Another alternative is an apicoectomy, which involves extracting the root tip of the affected tooth.
Tooth extraction is a minor surgery. It may take 1-2 weeks for the socket to heal. During this period, you may experience mild discomfort.
You may need an extraction if you have tooth decay that has reached the innermost layer of your tooth. Besides, an extraction may be appropriate if you have a tumor or cyst around your tooth or excess gum covering your tooth. Other reasons for extracting teeth include crowded, broken, and infected teeth.