Sometimes a tooth is so badly damaged that its removal is the only option. This treatment is most commonly done under local anesthesia and with good technique, it is usually a tolerable experience.
However, If you are anxious, we can discuss alternative options such as oral sedatives or sleep dentistry and refer you to a specialist. Let our dental practitioners know and they will discuss with you to put the appropriate strategies in place.
Tooth extraction can sometimes be paired with an implant placement or an immediate partial denture. Ask your dentist if this is possible for you. However, it’s often better to leave the socket to heal for your comfort and treatment success.
Reasons for tooth extraction
Severe tooth decay
Severe gum disease with extensive bone loss
Vertical root fractures
Why Brunswick Dental Clinic
While Darren has a particular interest in removing problematic deciduous teeth, Yasmin is experienced in extracting difficult teeth including wisdom teeth.
We understand that losing a tooth is hard. However, we always ensure you feel comfortable throughout the procedure and recover with minimal risk of complications.
Personalising our service to you is a very important part, and with your input, the staff at Brunswick Dental Clinic will design the perfect plan for your oral health.
Got any questions?
Ask our dental practitioners.
Let us discover how great your smile could be. Call us on (03) 9380-4736 or complete the form. We will contact you within one business day.
All dental treatment has resumed. If you have an appointment and are experiencing symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat) or are in close contact of a confirmed of potential case of COVID-19, please call us on (03) 9380 4736.