Tooth Extraction West Oaks Houston
Get Your Infected Tooth Extracted Today!!
FLOSS Dental offers tooth extraction services when you need them.
A slightly damaged tooth can be treated with various dental procedures but a tooth that is extensively affected might be recommended to get extracted. Right from a decay to impaction, there could be several reasons which may indicate a tooth must be pulled out immediately. Dental anxiety often restrains people from experiencing a surgical tooth extraction and our skilled dentists do their best to diminish the fear by making the procedure convenient.
We Offer Nitrous Sedation
Sedation dentistry plays a huge role in eliminating your dental fear and we at FLOSS – West Oaks offer nitrous sedation to keep you calm during the dental procedures. It makes an oral surgery painless and does not cause discomfort.
Signs Which Indicate You Might Need a Surgical Tooth Extraction
- When the severity of a decayed tooth escalates.
- When you ignore the condition of your chipped, broken or cracked tooth.
- A severe periodontitis can also lead to a surgical tooth extraction.
- When your tooth is impacted due to less space in the mouth and causes an immense amount of pain.
- When your teeth are crowded.
How is A Normal Tooth Extraction Performed?
- The area near your infected or affected tooth will be numbed by the dentist first.
- A surgical instrument will be then used to make the tooth loose.
- Right after that, the tooth will be pulled out with forceps.
- Then a gauze will be put on the surgical area to stop the bleeding.
Wisdom Tooth Extraction Procedure
- In order to make the tooth and the bone exposed, an incision in the gum tissue will be made first.
- Then the bone will be removed to prevent blockage of access to the root of the tooth.
- The tooth will be then divided into sections.
- The affected tooth will be removed by widening the socket.
- The oral surgeon will then clean the surgical site.
- The bleeding will be controlled with a gauze.
Certain Measures You Should Follow After a Surgical Tooth Extraction
- Eat soft foods.
- Don’t smoke and drink alcohol.
- Avoid disturbing the surgical site, so, don’t eat from that side. It can elevate the swelling and the bleeding.
- Don’t drink with a straw for the first 24 hours.
- Spitting forcefully after the extraction can dislodge the clot in the socket, so, avoid doing that.
Experience our convenient and pain-free surgical tooth extraction today to get rid of that insufferable toothache. Give us a call at (832) 500-5473 today.