Our goal is to protect and retain all your natural teeth, but in some cases, a dentist may recommend a tooth extraction. This may be because the tooth is too diseased or broken to be safe or because teeth are turned at odd angles, impacting or affecting your bite or chewing ability. Teeth may also need to be extracted in preparation for orthodontic work, or because you have wisdom teeth that cause you pain or don’t leave enough room for your teeth. Other reasons include severe infection, severe gum disease when baby teeth don’t fall out quickly enough to create space for emerging adult teeth.
Should you need an extraction, you are in good hands at any of our Phoenix area locations.
Our dentist may need to pull one or multiple teeth if the tooth has died, or is too badly damaged to restore. That’s a tooth extraction. Thanks to numbing aids and local anesthesia, this procedure can be as comfortable and painless as possible.
Don’t put off an extraction because you are worried about pain. We use numbing agents and local anesthetic to make you as comfortable as possible and our dentists will discuss all your restoration options.