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Tooth Extractions – Greeley, CO

Removing Problem-Causing Teeth To Preserve The Rest Of Your Smile

molars resting on a piece of gauze after a tooth extraction in Greeley

The thought of tooth extractions in Greeley can be scary and daunting, but the truth is, these procedures saves countless smiles every day by removing severely damaged teeth. With modern technology and comforts, we’re able to make every tooth extraction procedure comfortable and pain-free. Our number one goal is to preserve your natural teeth at all costs, which is why a tooth extraction is only typically offered once we’ve exhausted all of our resources. When this treatment is deemed necessary, we’ll make sure to walk you through every step so you know exactly what to expect. If you’re experiencing severe oral discomfort or have noticeable dental decay, contact our dental office today to schedule an emergency appointment.

Signs That A Tooth Extraction Is Needed

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There are several reasons why you may need a tooth extraction. Typically, we recommend this procedure once other less-invasive treatments don’t prove to be successful. Here are some common signs and reasons why we may suggest removing a tooth:

If you feel as though something is wrong, it likely is. That’s why you should contact our dental office as soon as you see or feel anything worrisome. We’ll thoroughly examine your mouth and decide whether a tooth extraction is necessary.

Types Of Tooth Extractions

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At Greeley Complete Dentistry, we use the latest technology, such as intraoral cameras and digital X-rays to quickly and accurately diagnose oral health problems so we can act fast to treat them. After we determine that a tooth extraction is necessary, we’ll suggest one of these two solutions.

Wisdom Tooth

Some of our patients don’t have enough room in their mouth to accommodate their wisdom teeth, also known as the third molars. If they’re not removed in a timely manner, it could increase the risk of gum disease, infection, decay, or even tooth misalignment and bite problems. If we believe that your wisdom teeth will put your oral health in jeopardy, we’ll likely recommend removing them.

Multiple Teeth

Due to factors such as genetics, trauma, and severe decay, some patients may need to have multiple teeth removed. Before your procedure, we’ll outline the process and discuss possible restorative treatments with you to help you regain the function and look of your smile.

Tips For A Fast Recovery

person smiling after tooth extraction

To help you heal faster after your procedure, we’ll provide you with a list of post-operative care instructions. We may recommend that you:

If you have any questions after you get home, don’t hesitate to contact our dental office.

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