extractions in Rock Hill

Extractions in Rock Hill, SC

When problematic teeth are causing you pain and discomfort, remember that you have options. The goal is always to preserve your natural teeth, but sometimes extractions are the best way to go to save your smile.

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extractions in Rock Hill

Extractions in Rock Hill, SC

When problematic teeth are causing you pain and discomfort, remember that you have options. The goal is always to preserve your natural teeth, but sometimes extractions are the best way to go to save your smile.

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*In certain instances a patient may have to be referred to a specialist for an extraction; in these cases there will be a $99 exam and x-ray fee.

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Why might I need an extraction?

Unhealthy or problematic teeth aren’t good for your oral health. Our team will always try to save your natural teeth, but sometimes a tooth extraction is the best way to get your smile back on track. There are many reasons why a patient may need a tooth extracted. Wisdom teeth tend to cause discomfort that can be alleviated with extractions while some advanced restorative procedures, like dental implants, require the removal of unhealthy teeth. With a gentle technique and local anesthesia, teeth extractions can be quick with minimal discomfort. Contact your dentist in Rock Hill for a consultation.

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Your dentist will always try to save your tooth first before considering an extraction.

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Get To The Root Of The Problem

With digital x-rays, we get high-resolution images of your teeth that allow us to make more accurate diagnoses. When you’re in pain or experiencing an emergency, we can see why the tooth is reacting and if an extraction is needed.

We Extract Pesky Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth often cause pain and discomfort when they begin to erupt. If you find yourself dealing with unexplained headaches and jaw pain, come in for an appointment to see if you’re wisdom teeth could be the culprit.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Are No Match For Us

Impacted wisdom teeth can be particularly complex to remove. You can trust our team to remove your impacted wisdom teeth efficiently, without pain, and with minimal discomfort during your healing and aftercare. In certain cases, you may require a referral to a specialist. Rest assured our team will make sure to point you the right direction.

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To keep your oral surgery procedure in line with your budget, our friendly team is here to walk you through your options and find a plan that works for you.

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The Benefits of Dental Extractions

Eliminates Pain

From achy wisdom teeth to severely decayed/broken teeth, extractions can get you out of pain quickly.

Treatment Prep

Extractions remove problematic teeth and clear the way for prosthodontics, like dental implants or dentures.

Better Oral Health

Removing problematic or painful teeth can improve your oral and overall health.

The Extraction Process

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Treatment Plan

Whether you need one tooth extracted or several teeth removed in preparation for additional services, your treatment plan is created specifically for you and your needs. Your Rock Hill dentist will discuss all options and give you the final sign off so we can get your smile back on track in the way that makes you most comfortable.

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Procedure Prep

After cleaning and sanitizing the site, your doctor will numb the area with local anesthesia. Depending on your case, you may only need local anesthesia for your extraction. The goal is to make you as comfortable as possible during treatment, so the doctor may choose to prescribe an anxiolytic medication prior to your procedure.

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Extraction & Healing

The extraction itself usually only takes a few minutes. Once the tooth has been pulled, a dentist near you will clean the area and suture the extraction site if necessary. Recovery is usually minimal. Your doctor will provide you with a comprehensive set of instructions to help your mouth heal as quickly as possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Extractions that are required to remove impacted wisdom teeth, or damaged or decayed teeth, are typically covered by insurance. To fully understand your coverage and benefits, we recommend that you contact your insurance provider.

You won’t feel any pain or discomfort during or immediately after your extraction procedure. However, symptoms such as pain, discomfort, swelling, bruising, and bleeding may begin to arise within a few hours following your extraction. While these symptoms tend to peak within the first 2-3 days, they will begin to fade as you continue to heal. Make sure to eat a diet of mostly soft foods for about 5-7 days after your treatment to prevent impact and agitation. It is very important to take your medications as prescribed by your doctor which will minimize any of these symptoms.

It will take about 1-2 weeks to completely heal from the extraction. By carefully following the recovery instructions provided to you by your dentist, you can enhance the healing progress. It is not normal to endure severe pain and discomfort 1-2 weeks after your extraction, so contact your dentist for a follow-up appointment if you are experiencing these symptoms.

Tooth extractions may be necessary for patients suffering from an extremely severe cavity, severe damage from oral trauma, or an infected tooth that cannot be saved with root canal therapy. In most cases, it is possible to save your tooth with a crown or root canal therapy, but sometimes an extraction may be your only option.

Improper wisdom teeth growth is one of the most common reason for tooth extractions. If your dentist sees that your wisdom teeth are impacted or failing to erupt properly, an extraction may be recommended to ensure that your other teeth remain healthy. Not everyone needs their wisdom teeth to be removed, however. Consult with your dentist to find out if your wisdom teeth are or will be a problem.

A tooth extraction may be required if severe gum disease is compromising the health of the tooth, causing it to loosen from the gums. Your emergency dentist in Rock Hill may want to extract these teeth to prepare you for a strong and long-lasting tooth replacement option, such as dental implants or dentures.

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