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Tooth Extraction

COSMETIC TOOTH EXTRACTION

Concierge Dental: Compassionate Care for Your Smile

Tooth Extraction: A Gentle Journey to Dental Health

Three Reasons to Consider Tooth Extraction

Safeguarding Your Smile

Tooth extraction can prevent the spread of infection and preserve the health of surrounding teeth.

Relief and Prevention

Removing a crowded or impacted tooth can alleviate pain and prevent future dental issues.

The Need for Extraction

Extraction might be necessary if a tooth is too damaged to be repaired, ensuring your overall dental well-being.

Sometimes, a tooth needs to be removed to protect your overall dental health. This could be because the tooth is too damaged to be fixed, it’s very crowded, or it might be causing pain and infection. Our goal is to ensure that if you do need an extraction, it’s as comfortable and stress-free as possible. 

Our Gentle Approach

We know the idea of having a tooth extracted can be daunting. That’s why our team uses the latest techniques to make the process as gentle as can be. We’ll talk you through every step, offer local anesthesia to numb the area, and provide care instructions for a quick recovery. Plus, we always have time to answer all your questions – big or small. 

Healing and Aftercare

After a tooth is removed, the care doesn’t stop. We’ll give you easy-to-follow advice on how to take care of your mouth while it heals, like eating soft foods and keeping the area clean. This helps to ensure you’re back to feeling great in no time. 

Conditions Associated With Tooth Extraction

The dental implants at Concierge Dental Group are small, sturdy, titanium posts that are designed to replace the root structure of a naturally growing tooth.

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Testimonials

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"Absolutely incredible experience. Dr Ben is an incredible dental professional. Kind, funny, and extremely caring. He understands the pain or shame you might feel when looking into the mirror and will do everything he can to make you smile again."
- Jim L.
"Best decision I ever made going to Concierge Dental. Being a total dental phobic, I put off going for years, not months. From the moment I walked in they made you feel at ease. Dr.Ben explained everything and put me at ease about the procedure."
- Antonia R.
"I had a full upper replacement (implants). Dr. Ben and his team are the most understanding, respectful, kind, and gentle people I have ever had the pleasure of working with!! I love my new smile!!! What a life changer!! I can say with all honesty, I trust Dr. Ben."
- Maureen B.
"After years of pain and not being able to eat the foods I love I found Dr. Ben Oppenheimer and Concierge Dental Group. Not only did Dr. Ben relieve my pain, he also made it possible for me to enjoy anything I could want. Dr. Ben is awesome and caring in everything he does. From the front desk, to the people in the office, and every worker I was treated with concern, respect and kindness."
- William P.
"The hygienist was very nice and answered all my questions. The doctor was also very nice and presented me with options for the repair of my tooth. She was obviously very skilled. I like the fact that they do impressions digitally. I noticed that my temporary inlay fit perfectly the first time."
- Sheldon S.
"A massive thank you to Dr. Ben and his staff at Concerige Dental! You were able to get me in on 2 days notice for a minor dental emergency. If it was anywhere else, I would have waited weeks or months! Everyone was so friendly and the work was excellent! You now have a customer for life."
- Daniel S.
"To anyone who’s looks for a great experience, you need to call Concierge Dental Group today!!
- Tina S.
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Tooth Extraction Treatment FAQ

Does tooth extraction hurt?

Recovery time varies, but most people start to feel better within a few days. It generally takes a few weeks for the area to heal completely.

Stick to soft, easy-to-chew foods for the first few days, such as yogurt, soup, smoothies, and applesauce. Avoid hot, spicy, or hard foods that could irritate the extraction site.

Many people feel well enough to return to normal activities the next day. However, it’s best to avoid strenuous activity for 24-48 hours to reduce the risk of bleeding and help the healing process.

Keep the area clean by gently rinsing with salt water after meals and before bed. Avoid smoking and using straws, as these can hinder the healing process.

It depends on the tooth’s location and your dental health goals. Options for replacing an extracted tooth include implants, bridges, or dentures, which can help prevent shifting of the remaining teeth and maintain your smile’s appearance.

Signs of infection include severe pain, swelling, fever, and pus or bad taste in the mouth. If you experience any of these symptoms, contact your dentist immediately.

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Our Process -- And Yours

Non-surgical treatment, the method of choice for early-stage gum disease, essentially amounts to a deep, professional cleaning of the teeth that gets at the tartar under the gumline and includes the application of a local antimicrobial.

Vigilance (yours)
It's important to be vigilant for gum disease because it can be painless, revealing itself only when valuable treatment time has been lost.
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Local anesthesia (if needed)
Root-planing and scaling clean down to the roots. We may use a local anesthetic to make you more comfortable.
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Root-planing and scaling (deep-cleaning)
If diagnosed in the early stages, the preferred and more conservative (i.e., non-invasive) option is scaling and root-planing.
3
Anti-microbial application
We proactively apply an antimicrobial to the affected areas to kill and guard against any bacteria there that could pose a setback.
4
Ongoing home care and vigilance
You establish and make a habit of a rigorous home dental-health regimen that includes thorough brushing and flossing, and ongoing vigilance for flare-ups.
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Our Process -- And Yours

Non-surgical treatment, the method of choice for early-stage gum disease, essentially amounts to a deep, professional cleaning of the teeth that gets at the tartar under the gumline and includes the application of a local antimicrobial.

1
2
3
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5
Vigilance (yours)
It's important to be vigilant for gum disease because it can be painless, revealing itself only when valuable treatment time has been lost.
Local anestheisa (if needed)
Root-planing and scaling clean down to the roots. We may use a local anesthetic to make you more comfortable.
Root-planing and scaling (deep-cleaning)
If diagnosed in the early stages, the preferred and more conservative (i.e., non-invasive) option is scaling and root-planing.
Anti-microbial application
We proactively apply an antimicrobial to the affected areas to kill and guard against any bacteria there that could pose a setback.
Ongoing home care and vigilance
You establish and make a habit of a rigorous home dental-health regimen that includes thorough brushing and flossing, and ongoing vigilance for flare-ups.

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