Surgical Tooth Extraction
If, the tooth, is not visible, has suffered severe breakage, or has simply not emerged yet, we will need to perform a surgical extraction.
This will involve one of our doctors cutting and pulling back the gums in order to access the tooth, as well as possibly cutting it into multiple pieces. We will provide detailed instructions how to care for your mouth after your extraction is completed.
This will involve changing gauze pads often, keeping the mouth clean by rinsing with salt water, and making sure to relax and keep your head elevated so as to reduce bleeding.
What we stand for
PATIENT COMFORT & ADVANCED DENTAL TECHNOLOGY
With the introduction of the latest laser technology, digital x-rays, and virtually a paperless office, the group specializes in implantology, Invisalign orthodontia, laser and cosmetic dentistry. Our offices are designed to maximize comfort and the ambience helps you go through any dental procedures with the utmost calm and comfort.
Some of the superior dental care technologies and services you can expect include:
Personal and friendly interaction with our team from the moment you call our office. We happily answer your oral health questions and offer advice based on your dental needs.
We work closely with all major insurance plans, and help you maximize benefits to keep your treatment affordable.
We offer a wide array of services including preventive, pediatric, restorative, and cosmetic dentistry to suit your needs, budget, and schedule.
Educate patients during current oral health evaluation and walk them through the entire treatment plan providing explanations for each recommended procedure until you’re comfortable with the chosen treatment plan.
Advanced dental procedures using innovative technologies. Patients receive high quality dental treatment with maximum comfort including treating gum disease with Laser Technology minimize discomfort and healing time.
One-on-one consultations with every patient to discuss concerns and various treatment options.
Intraoral cameras and digital x-rays make diagnosis more efficient, and patients see and understand their current oral health needs explained in detail as we design a treatment plan.