Extraction

While wisdom teeth are probably the most commonly extracted teeth, any tooth that is affected by disease, decay, or trauma may be a candidate for extraction.
Before recommending extraction, we will investigate all possible avenues for saving your tooth, perhaps with a procedure like a root canal or with a crown.
However, if it is not possible to keep your natural tooth the next best thing is to have an extraction done.

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Get Expert Care During and After Your Extraction

Your comfort and satisfaction is our priority. We will make sure you are properly anaesthetised during the extraction, and we’ll also provide you with detailed care instructions to help speed recovery at home. We won’t just leave you with a gap in your smile after an extraction either—in cases other than wisdom teeth extraction, our expert restorative dentists will offer you choices for tooth replacement such as bridgespartial dentures, and dental implants.

Please contact us today to schedule an appointment and find out how extraction could help you reduce dental pain and improve your oral health.

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