- Cut your gum tissues to uncover the tooth and bone.
- Eliminate the bones that hinder access to the root of the tooth.
- Partition the tooth into slices if it is easier to remove it in pieces.
- Remove the tooth.
- Clean the site of the extracted tooth and removes any remains that can be on the bone or the tooth.
- Sew the wound to enhance healing this is however not necessary.
- Lastly, put gauze on the extraction site to control bleeding. This is also meant to assist in the formation of a blood clot.
After the procedure, follow the dentist instructions on self-care regarding bleeding, pain management, swelling and bruising, cleaning your mouth, beverage and food among others.
When you need treatment, our team of general dentists will show you exactly what they see with one of our intraoral cameras. That way you won’t have any confusion about what’s going on inside of your mouth! Plus, you can elect to request sedation during the treatment phase to enhance your comfort.
Be sure to ask about our 0% financing plans on restorative services. Your smile shouldn’t have to go without the care you need!