Tooth Extractions in Central TX
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When Do You Need Tooth Extraction Completed?
No matter your situation, we are here to provide a comprehensive consultation tailored to meet all of your needs. In emergency cases, we can offer prompt assistance for tooth removal. For non-critical circumstances, the extraction of teeth and wisdom teeth can be scheduled in advance for greater efficacy in providing relief from discomfort. Tooth extractions may be beneficial if any one of these conditions is present:
- Impacted teeth
- Tooth cracked and unable to be repaired
- Damage caused by an accident
- Decay that has destroyed the tooth
- Crowding of the teeth
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Understanding the Tooth Extraction Process
At ACE Dental of Texas we have two types of tooth extraction procedures. Before either procedure is performed a substantial oral examination will be conducted to make certain it is essential to remove the tooth and verify that you are healthy enough for its removal. Please inform us if you suffer from any cardiac problems or an impaired immune system, as well as medications taken on a regular basis. Depending on the nature of your tooth extraction, here is how it will be done:
To ensure your comfort throughout the procedure, we will initiate by administering a local anesthetic to alleviate any pain or uneasiness. Then, using what is called an elevator, we can loosen and detach your tooth with dental forceps. In certain infrequent scenarios, it may be required to remove the tooth in sections instead.
If your tooth has failed to emerge or is fractured near the gum line, a surgical extraction may be required. To perform this procedure, we must make an incision in the gums to remove the hidden tooth and administer local anesthesia for numbing purposes.
What To Expect In Our Dental Office
From the moment you step into our office, we start with an X-ray of your mouth to figure out what is best for your dental health. If it is a straightforward extraction, we offer numbing agents before separating and eliminating the tooth–and if something more complex is needed such as surgical extraction below the gum line (e.g., wisdom teeth), we ensure that you are fully anesthetized for maximum comfort.
Following an extraction, you can expect some degree of discomfort. To reduce swelling and soothe your gums as they heal, we suggest applying a cold compress to the area for 15-minute intervals, in addition to eating soft foods at room temperature for 24-48 hours. For more detailed care instructions following surgery extractions – which are essential to avoid infection – please consult with one of our dental hygienists.