Tooth extraction is the process of removing a tooth, typically due to pain, discomfort, or non-restorability, meaning the tooth cannot be saved.
Sometimes, patients opt for tooth extraction to facilitate better aesthetic outcomes, ensuring their final restoration looks beautiful.
The position of the teeth can significantly affect the appearance of new teeth.
Regardless of the reason for tooth extraction, it’s crucial to have a replacement plan in place. This allows us to plan and prepare for future restoration effectively.
Our Hollywood, FL office prioritizes patient education and ensures you understand the entire process, from extraction to restoration.
We’ve heard many horror stories – painful extractions, lingering infections, and excessive bleeding.
At our office, we take pride in offering a different experience. Our tooth extractions are virtually painless, and we take extra time to ensure our patients are comfortable and numb before the procedure begins.
We include all post-operative visits in the cost of the extraction to encourage patients to return for check-ups. This allows us to monitor the healing process and address any complications promptly.
If any issues arise, we continue to treat the patient until they are better, at no additional charge.
Depending on the tooth’s condition, extractions can be simple or complex.
If you’re considering a future implant to replace the tooth, we can perform additional procedures at the time of removal to ensure a smooth implant placement process.
We understand that dental procedures can cause anxiety. That’s why we offer various sedation options, including oral sedation, intravenous sedation, and nitrous oxide.
Our goal is to foster a comfortable environment and a positive doctor-patient relationship based on quality care.
If you’re experiencing tooth pain or discomfort, don’t delay seeking help. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation for tooth extraction.
We’re here to help you on your journey to better oral health.
They want the final restoration to be beautiful and the position of teeth can affect how the new teeth will look. At times teeth are removed as insurance; the tooth or teeth is/are not in the best shape and/or are not a good size and after preparation can be a problem in the future resulting in loss of their newly made restoration. Regardless of why a patient chooses to remove their tooth or teeth it is important to know what the replacement plan is going to be so as to plan and prepare for the future restoration.
Patients have come to our office with horror stories about how the dentist didn’t take away the pain and it hurt the whole time. Some have had infections and poor healing for long periods of times because a piece of tooth was left behind or the infection was not removed. The dentist did not know how to control bleeding and the area bleed so much the patient ended up going to the emergency room. We take pride in saying that we do not have these complaints about our care. As a matter of fact patients return to us and say they wouldn’t go anywhere else for those types of services.
Removal of teeth in our office is virtually painless. We take extra time and effort comforting patients making sure they are numb so the exaction can go as smoothly as possible. Here in our office we include any and all post-operative visits in the cost of the extraction in an effort to encourage patient is to return to allow us to check the healing of the extraction site. Should there be a complication we address the problem and continue to see and treat the patient until they are better at no additional charge.
Depending on how loose or damaged the teeth are extractions can be simple and or complex. If you desire a future implant to replace the tooth additional procedures can be done at that time of removal to insure that the implant placement goes smoothly.
Because going to the dentist can create certain anxieties in patients’ we offer sedation options such as oral, intravenous, and nitrous oxide. Our goal always to foster a good doctor patient relationship based on patient comfort and quality care.
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Nonsurgical therapy has been effective and is the only treatment necessary for some patients diagnosed with mild generalized chronic periodontal disease. Sometimes non-surgical therapy is used in our practice to prolong the life of teeth that periodontal surgical therapy cannot save.