Most of our patients like to have all of their services provided under one roof and with the same familiar faces; for this reason, we are pleased to be able perform extractions in our office.
Nobody likes to have a tooth taken out, but if you do need an extraction, we make the experience as comfortable as possible. Before we take a tooth out, we anesthetize you (get you numb) like we would for any other dental procedure. And during an extraction, you may feel some pressure (which is normal) but you will not feel anything sharp.
Some patients report that the sound of having a tooth out is the most uncomfortable part, and if you are concerned about that, we encourage you to bring earbuds with you to your appointment so you can play music for yourself.
After you’ve had a tooth taken out, it will take a day or two for you to return to normal eating and drinking. We recommend soft foods for the first 24 hours, and we will give you specific post-op instructions at the time of your procedure.
When a tooth is taken out, your body will fill-in the extraction socket. However, in a case where you might want to have a dental implant in the future, it may be a good idea to have a bone graft. You can learn more about bone grafts on our bone graft page.
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I went in and was immediately put at ease. They were willing to stay late to make sure my exam was through and a tentative plan was put into place. When I returned the following day to see the hygienist, a definitive plan was put into place and the doctor and staff made sure I understood each step and what was needed.
I don't really like to go to the Dentist but the staff and the Dr are awesome!! Very kind, happy and professional!! The Dr is very gentle and communicative; as he tells you what he is going to do in detail and is a warm, caring person.
Folks, if you're looking for a new dental practice...look NO further! My 1st phone call to schedule a consultation was met with a kind and caring person who seemed genuinely concerned with the problems and pain I was experiencing. Though her schedule was full, she managed to fit me in to see the dentist.