Tooth Extraction And General Dentistry | Low-Pain| Teeth Pulled
Dental Tooth Extraction | Dentist Near Me | Lewiston, Maine
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High-level, low-pain tooth extractions performed at our dental office in Lewiston
Nobody wants to get a tooth pulled. It’s one of the last things we’d think of wanting to do on a random day. Tooth extraction can cause anxiety, from minor to extreme.
That’s why our entire process here at Aspire Family Dentistry is geared toward making our patients (you!) feel as calm, cool and collected as possible. We know dental trauma can be almost as serious as the actual pain.
Our first goal is almost always to repair the tooth to full health, but sometimes that’s not possible. When such is the case, removing a tooth from the socket, exodontia (technical term for tooth extraction) is a possible solution.
When You Should Have A Tooth Extracted, or “Pulled”
Types of Tooth Extraction
When the tooth is visible and accessible to the dentist, simple extractions can be the best solution. These usually include a local anesthetic, and sometimes sedation and anti-anxiety medications.
When a tooth is NOT visible and accessible, it may have broken below the gum line, or may have never risen above it in the first place. In these cases, surgery may be necessary for bone removal, as well as lifting or folding gum tissue while performing the tooth extraction. Local anesthesia and sedation are possible.
Removing Wisdom Teeth: Often Necessary
Nobody wants to think about it, but let’s be honest: wisdom teeth removal is a fact of life for most at some point in life. While the time often comes in young adults, that’s not always the case. It’s a serious but common procedure in which our dentist and staff come highly recommended due to both training and experience.
Extracting wisdom teeth before they are completely developed helps avoid complications like impacted teeth. This painful condition occurs when an impacted tooth is given no room to grow.
This may cause tooth delay, oral infection, bite irregularities, and serious issues like periodontitis (gum disease). Wisdom teeth extraction may also occur at different points in life to make room for orthodontic treatments.
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