Our dentists and hygienists specialize in providing gentle and compassionate care to provide tooth extraction recovery treatment. We always focus on evidence based diagnosis, patient education, and work with you to build a treatment plan that aligns with your oral health goals.
Our dentists and hygienists focus on providing gentle and compassionate care in a friendly and modern environment. We always focus on evidence based diagnosis, patient education, and working with you to build a treatment plan that aligns with your oral health goals.
We help improve your oral health by extracting unhealthy or aesthetically unattractive teeth at our tooth extraction clinic to make space for implants or to aesthetically improve the look of your smile.
There are numerous reasons to have a tooth extraction treatment in canada. These reasons include: injuries or accidents that break teeth, decay, gum disease, overcrowding, and wisdom teeth. Extraction can remedy all of these issues and restore the function and fashion of your mouth.
- Remove dead or decaying tooth to prevent infection
- Create space by removing a tooth from an overcrowded area
- Removing a tooth for any reason will be beneficial to either your oral health or the aesthetics of your smile.
We believe that high-quality dental care should be accessible to everyone. That’s why most of our locations direct bill major insurance plans and offer financing through paybrightand. We are priced competitively for those who wish to pay out of pocket. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
A tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. When a tooth has been damaged or broken by decay, we will try to fix it with a filling, crown or other treatment. If preserving the original tooth is not an option, we will likely need to extract your tooth.
Tooth extractions are also sometimes required for cosmetic treatments. For example, dental implants generally require your tooth to be extracted.
Are there alternatives to tooth extractions?
If a tooth has deteriorated to an irreparable state due to decay or significant damage, extraction is typically the recommended course of action. This ensures the maintenance and enhancement of your oral health.
Local anesthetic is administered to numb the area surrounding the tooth, ensuring your comfort throughout the process. Once numbness is achieved, the dentist initiates the extraction by enlarging the socket around the affected tooth. Subsequently, the tooth is gently and painlessly maneuvered from side to side until it becomes loose enough for extraction.
Is the tooth extraction a painful procedure?
The local anesthetic effectively prevents any pain during the procedure. Some patients may experience slight discomfort due to the pressure exerted on the tooth before extraction.
After the extraction, a small stitch might be
needed to stop any bleeding. If a stitch is not required, the dentist may simply ask you to bite down on a cotton pad. This will stop any bleeding.
Following the extraction, a minor stitch may be required to control bleeding. Alternatively, the dentist may instruct you to bite down on a cotton pad to halt any bleeding.
Are there associated risks?
Tooth extractions are generally safe and routine; however, like any medical procedure, there is a minimal chance of mild side effects or complications. Most patients experiencing mild side effects or complications find them to be transient, resolving shortly after the extraction. Potential side effects include:
Swelling in the extraction area
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Orange Dental @ Vaughan is committed to providing it's customers with the best dental services, with expert care, and flexible payment options. We Nurture the Perfect smiles. For further queries, feel free to contact us. Orange Dental is committed to providing it's customers with the best dental services, with expert care, and flexible payment options. We Nurture the Perfect smiles. For further queries, feel free to contact us.