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Painless extractions for a happy you

Relief from Problematic Teeth Fast

At Cornerstone Dentistry, our skilled dentists diagnose the need for immediate extractions treatment when a tooth is causing pain, infection, or discomfort, and removal is the best solution.

Using advanced techniques and anesthesia options, we ensure a painless and stress-free experience for our patients.

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Extractions Treatment From Start To Finish

At Cornerstone Dentistry, we provide comprehensive extractions treatment from start to finish, ensuring a seamless experience for our patients. From initial diagnosis to final follow-up, our skilled dentists guide you through every step, delivering personalized care and exceptional results.

Our state-of-the-art technology and advanced techniques ensure efficient and gentle extractions, minimizing discomfort and promoting quick healing. With our expert care, you can trust that your extraction will be a success, and your teeth will be restored to their fullest potential.

Removing teeth, relieving pain

When is it necessary to perform this treatment?

Tooth extractions are necessary when a tooth is causing severe pain, infection, or discomfort, and removal is the best solution to alleviate symptoms.

At Cornerstone Dentistry, our expert dentists recommend extractions for teeth that are damaged beyond repair, impacted, or causing overcrowding.

By removing the problematic tooth, we can help prevent further complications, reduce pain and swelling, and restore your oral health. Our gentle and efficient extractions ensure a smooth and stress-free experience, getting you back to your normal routine quickly.

Questions & Answers

Frequently Asked Questions

Teeth extractions are necessary when a tooth is damaged beyond repair, causing pain, infection, or discomfort, and removal is the best solution.

During an extraction, the dentist will numb the area, then gently rock the tooth back and forth to loosen it from the socket, and finally remove the tooth.

No, you will not feel pain during the extraction as the area will be numb from the anesthesia. You may feel some pressure, but it should not be painful.

Recovery time varies depending on the complexity of the extraction, but most people can return to their normal activities within a few days.

Yes, replacing the extracted tooth is recommended to maintain proper oral health, prevent shifting of adjacent teeth, and restore chewing and speaking functions. Options include dental implants, bridges, or dentures.

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