Tooth Extraction - Ft. Worth, TX
Resolve Your Toothache
Ending Tooth Pain with an Extraction
A problem tooth may leave you experiencing a chronic ache or sharp pains whenever you bite or chew. In any instance of tooth pain, seeing our dentists should be at the top of your list! Your tooth is telling you that decay or infection has become severe enough to reach the nerves, which is why you have a toothache. Unfortunately, this tooth pain won’t resolve on its own and if the pain does go away, it’s often because the tooth has actually died. We recommend you visit our office before this becomes the case! We’ll do our best to save your natural tooth, such as through a root canal. However, if this isn’t possible, we offer comfortable tooth extractions in Fort Worth, TX to resolve your toothache.
Why a Tooth Needs Extraction
Comfort in Every Procedure
At our office, you won’t have to worry about tooth extractions being painful or scary! This procedure is common, and our dentists are highly experienced, especially since they remove teeth almost every day using minimally invasive techniques. We’ll be sure you are completely relaxed and comfortable during your appointment. You can also choose additional sedation, including nitrous oxide and oral sedation. In many cases, tooth extractions are simple procedures that won’t take long at all. In the case of wisdom teeth extraction, we’ll be sure to walk you through the specific procedure, as it is a surgical process. Our dentists complete all types of tooth extractions right in our state-of-the-art practice, where we’ll be sure to make you feel right at home and safe.
Extraction Isn’t the End
Teeth extractions as part of orthodontic treatment or because of impacted wisdom teeth won’t need to be replaced. But if you need a tooth removed because of decay, infection, or disease, you don’t have to resort to living with a gapped smile or partial denture! Our dentists have advanced training and experience in dental implants, the permanent tooth replacement solution. Dental implants replace both your tooth root and the visible portion of your tooth, making them the healthiest and longest-lasting option if you need tooth extractions. Because of our CEREC and guided implant surgery technology, we can potentially extract your tooth and replace it during the same appointment with a dental implant and crown! You don’t have to worry about your tooth extractions being the end of your treatment. You can have a fully restored smile once again with dental implants.