Tooth Extraction Services at 4th Floor Dental

We Help You To Get Relief From Pain

Tooth extraction is the process of removing a tooth from the mouth by a dentist. There are many ways to extract teeth, but in general, they can be divided into two categories:

  • Open extractions
  • Closed extractions

The type of extraction you will need will depend on the type of issue you are having with a tooth. We often choose to pull a tooth that has experienced damage due to trauma. It is also due to a lack of proper dental hygiene. This type of extraction is open extractions. However, closed extractions are usually performed on those with teeth growing unnaturally, which will cause problems.

Tooth extraction is one of the most common dental procedures. Dentists use various methods to extract teeth from the patient’s mouth. Discuss this with your dentist. This allows you to come in ready and understand the procedure

Reasons for a Tooth Extraction

The most common reason for tooth extraction is a loose tooth that has become impacted. Other causes include tooth decay, jaw fractures, and congenital problems. The extraction process involves the removal of the impacted tooth and its root. This procedure can be done with or without sedation, depending on how much pain the patient is experiencing.

The reasons for tooth extraction are many. It could be due to the following:

● Tooth decay or infection
● Tooth fracture
● Dental pain
● Tooth abscess
● Congenital problems

Always discuss questions with the dentist.

Replacing Missing Teeth

A dental implant is used to replace the missing teeth in most cases. This will allow you to continue to have self-confidence in your smile. A dental implant procedure is a method of placing an artificial replacement tooth into the jaw. This procedure may be done to replace a missing tooth or one that has been extracted. There are many benefits to having a dental implant, but the most important is that it can last for up to 20 years.

Preparing for a Tooth Extraction

You will often be under general anesthetic and will need someone to drive you to and from the appointment. If you are scheduling an appointment for tooth extraction, be sure that you take the time to ask questions and understand what it will entail. Each tooth extraction, as you might guess, is different. The experience depends on why the tooth needs to be extracted, among other things. Call today! Let’s discuss your dental needs and plans now.

Life is better with a smile. Call us at +(1) 416-979-6777