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Expert Tooth Extractions for a Healthier Smile

At Reagin Family Dentistry, we recognize the vital role of dental health in overall well-being. When restorative treatments like root canal therapy, crowns, or fillings are insufficient to preserve a tooth, extractions become necessary. Our skilled team ensures that the extraction process is as painless and comfortable as possible, using advanced anesthetics and sedatives. Let us guide you through the extraction process and help you achieve a healthier, more confident smile.

For all tooth extraction needs, contact Reagin Family Dentistry.

Why You May Need Tooth Extraction

While dentists make every effort to preserve natural teeth, there are situations where extraction becomes the best or only course of action. Such instances may include:
Extraction of primary teeth in children to make way for permanent teeth. At Reagin Family Dentistry, we prioritize your comfort throughout the entire process. Our team is dedicated to providing gentle and effective tooth extractions, helping you maintain a healthy smile.

Types of Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions come in two forms: simple and surgical. Simple extractions involve removing a fully emerged, visible tooth, while surgical extractions are more complex, involving the removal of less accessible teeth, such as impacted wisdom teeth or broken teeth below the gum line.

Our team at Reagin Family Dentistry has the expertise and experience to perform both simple and surgical extractions with precision and care. We will thoroughly assess your tooth before determining the best course of action for extraction.

The Top Signs a Tooth Extraction is Needed

It is always ideal to find solutions to save natural teeth rather than extracting them. However, there are instances when extraction becomes necessary for your overall oral health.

Some of the top signs that indicate you may need a tooth extraction include:

The General Tooth Extraction Procedure

The General Tooth Extraction Procedure Modern tooth extraction procedures have evolved significantly to minimize discomfort for patients. This is made possible through the use of advanced anesthetics and sedatives. Prior to the extraction, the area is carefully numbed with a topical or injectable anesthetic, ensuring that the patient experiences little to no discomfort during the procedure.

What to Avoid After a Tooth Extraction

To ensure proper healing and minimize the risk of complications, it’s essential to avoid certain activities after a tooth extraction, such as:
Our team provides detailed instructions to ensure a smooth recovery and minimize any potential complications.

What to Avoid After a Tooth Extraction

Unlike other teeth, wisdom teeth often do not have enough room to properly emerge and can cause a variety of issues. These include overcrowding, pain, infection, and damage to surrounding teeth. That’s why we recommend extracting wisdom teeth before they cause any problems.

Even if you are not experiencing any symptoms or discomfort from your wisdom teeth, it’s important to get them evaluated by a dentist to determine if extraction is necessary. Removing wisdom teeth before they cause issues can save you from potential pain and complications down the road.

To know if you need a wisdom tooth extraction, here are some common signs to look out for:

Your Partner for Pain-Free Tooth Extractions

At Reagin Family Dentistry, we specialize in pain-free and professional tooth extractions. Our skilled team ensures that your experience is as comfortable as possible, from the initial consultation to post-operative care. Don’t let dental issues impact your overall health—trust us for reliable and efficient tooth extraction services.

Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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