The last treatment resort is to extract a tooth. If there is any reasonable and effective way to save the tooth, we at Hanover Park Dental Clinic will consider that first. The fact is, however, that no all teeth can be rescued. When one or yours must come out, you can be assured of expert and gentle care from our oral surgeon.
First things first, and we want you to be comfortable during the procedure. You will be given local anesthesia to make sure of that. You won’t experience pain with our 60133 tooth extraction, though there may be some discomfort afterward when the anesthesia wears off. If so, you can manage it with over-the-counter pain relief medication. The relative difficulty of removing a tooth is often associated with where it’s located, but no matter what, and even if your tooth has to be taken out in several pieces, there will no be negative impact for you. You should eat a soft diet for 24 hours after your tooth has come out, and rinse frequently with warm salt water. We will give you a set of detailed instructions to promote maximum healing. The most obvious drawback of losing your tooth is the visible empty space between teeth when you smile, assuming that the tooth is not in the back. Your other teeth may shift, and that can cause discomfort, as well as resulting in a bite that is not aligned properly. Missing back teeth may cause less than efficient chewing. For all of the above reasons, we make our 60133 tooth extraction an option only when other possibilities have been ruled out. Fortunately, you can get an implant to replace the lost tooth. These state-of-the-art restorations look, feel, and function as real teeth do.
To arrange our 60133 tooth extraction, call us for a prompt appointment.