We try to save every tooth we can with restorative dentistry. Yet sometimes tooth removal is necessary in the interest of your long-term oral health. Tooth removal in Claremore can:
- Create room for other teeth to stay in their proper positions
- Put a quick end to your pain
- Remove infection before it can spread
- Prepare you for orthodontics, dentures, or another treatment
If you think you may need to have a tooth removed, call LakeCrest Dental at 918-921-9583 today. You can save 20 percent when you join our LakeCrest Dental Wellness Plan.
Advanced Technology & More Simplifies Your Tooth Extraction
A tooth extraction is the most common oral surgery procedure we offer in our office. Your extraction will go smoothly since it’s performed by Dr. Tygran Pahlevanyan. In addition to our experienced dentist, you’ll appreciate our:
- Caring Team – You don’t have to feel nervous! Our team knows how to put even the most worried patients at ease. They’ll offer you comforts like a pillow and eye mask.
- Modern Technology – We use some of the latest diagnostic technology like digital panoramic X-rays and intraoral cameras to better plan your oral surgery procedure.
- Dental Sedation – If you’re still nervous or worried about discomfort, you can receive one of our two different kinds of dental sedation. We’ll help you determine which one is best for you.
After your extraction, we’ll be happy to discuss dental implants or other possible tooth replacements with you.
Save Your Smile With a Tooth Extraction
It’s best to maintain your tooth structure whenever possible, as it helps keep your jaw healthy and your other teeth in their correct positions. Still, there are some instances where we may recommend a tooth extraction:
- Severe Infection – We can often save an infected tooth with a root canal. Sometimes, however, the tooth has suffered too much damage and should be removed.
- Impacted Teeth – Removing impacted teeth can prevent pain and make it easier to practice good oral hygiene habits.
- Preparation For Orthodontic Care – Crowded teeth can cause a crooked smile. We may suggest removing teeth to simplify your treatment with clear aligners and achieve better results.
- Preparation For Dentures – If you’ve already lost many teeth, removing those that remain will make it possible to replace your teeth with dentures.