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Tooth Extraction

Sometimes a tooth becomes so decayed or damaged that extraction becomes necessary. Other reasons include:

  • Infection: Antibiotic-resistant tooth infections may require an extraction to treat the problem.
  • Gum disease: If periodontal disease causes your teeth to loosen, extraction may be necessary.
  • Crowded teeth: Teeth occasionally have to be extracted to prepare your mouth for orthodontic work.
  • Impacted wisdom teeth: If your wisdom teeth become severely impacted, extraction is a recommended treatment

Prior to any extraction work, your dentist will carry out a complete examination of your tooth and the surrounding tissues to evaluate their condition. Most extractions are relatively straightforward and pain-free procedures, so you don’t need to worry.


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Post-extraction care includes:

  • Plenty of rest
  • Temporary limits on what you may eat and drink
  • Refraining from smoking
  • Taking care of the extraction site.

If you are experiencing dental pain or discomfort and suspect that you may need to have one or more teeth extracted, contact your nearest Quality Dental Office today. We will deliver a comfortable and compassionate treatment regimen that will eliminate your pain and put you back on track to good dental health.

Wisdom Teeth

An impacted Wisdom tooth.
Some bone is removed to gain access the tooth is split the roots are removed separately.
The gum is replaced and heals naturally.