Typically, your dentist will only recommend that you have a tooth extracted if the tooth cannot be saved. This might mean that a severe chip has occurred, that the tooth has broken or become fractured, that there is severe dental decay (large cavity) within the tooth, or that the tooth’s nerve has died. In any of these instances, a tooth extraction is the best option.
When you schedule an extraction at our office, you will be in-and-out of the dental chair as soon as possible. Our staff will present a variety of sedation and anesthetic options to you so that you can choose the one that best fits your needs. As with every visit, our primary goal is to keep you comfortable and to improve the health of your smile.