We understand that some dental issues may require a tooth extraction. While our pediatric dental office always aims to preserve natural teeth, there are certain cases where a tooth extraction may be necessary for the overall dental health of the child.
A tooth extraction is a common dental procedure that involves removing a tooth from the mouth. We may recommend a tooth extraction for several reasons, including severe decay, gum disease, infection, or damage from trauma. In some cases, orthodontic treatment may also require the removal of a tooth to achieve the desired results.
Our experienced pediatric dentists will thoroughly examine your child’s teeth and gums to determine if a tooth extraction is necessary. If so, we will explain the procedure in detail and answer any questions you or your child may have. We use the latest techniques and technology to ensure that our patients are comfortable and relaxed throughout the procedure.
After the extraction, we will provide detailed instructions on how to care for your child’s mouth and prevent any complications, such as infection or bleeding.
Our team strives to provide the highest level of dental care to our patients. If you think your child may need a tooth extraction or have any questions about the procedure, please contact us to schedule an appointment.