Our dentists do everything in their power to save a tooth. However, sometimes we’ll need to extract a tooth as a last resort to protect your oral health.
Before emergency tooth extraction, we’ll take x-rays to determine the best method for pulling teeth.
Once we develop a plan for tooth removal, you will be prepped for the procedure.
There are times when it is necessary to remove a tooth. For example, a baby tooth may be misshapen or have long roots preventing it from falling out as it should. When this happens, your child may need a tooth extraction to make room for the permanent tooth to erupt. While tooth extraction is typically very quick, it is important to share with your dentist any concerns or preferences for sedation.
Reasons for tooth extractions:
- Baby tooth won’t fall out naturally
- Severe tooth decay
- Infected tooth
- Impacted wisdom tooth
- Orthodontic correction
After dental extraction, our dentists recommend ways to fill in the empty space left in your smile. For example, many of our patients restore smiles after tooth loss with dental implants. After tooth removal, we recommend scheduling a consultation with our dentists to determine which option is right for you.
Our dentists offer restorative dentistry options to help you smile with confidence after tooth extraction. To schedule your appointment with our Westland dentists, call Parkside Dental Team at (734) 261-6060.