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Jaffe Dental Group

Tooth Extraction Services in Brownstown Charter Twp., MI

Preserving your natural teeth is always our top priority. However, in some instances, extraction becomes the best choice. At our Brownstown Charter Twp., MI, practice, we employ advanced techniques to ensure your tooth extraction experience is as comfortable and effective as possible.

Tooth removal can be nerve-wracking, but you can rest assured that our dedicated team is here to support you with compassion and professionalism. Whether it’s a planned step in your treatment or an urgent requirement, you can trust us to provide gentle and efficient care.

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When is Tooth Extraction Required?

Tooth extraction becomes necessary when preserving a tooth’s health and functionality is no longer possible. Some common reasons for tooth extractions are severe decay, advanced gum disease, or irreparable damage resulting from trauma.

At Jaffe Dental Group, our experienced dentists carefully evaluate your situation to determine if extraction is suitable for you. We prioritize your comfort throughout the entire process, ensuring open communication about the reasons for extraction and crafting a personalized treatment plan. Our goal is to provide you with a clear understanding of the necessity behind the procedure, allowing you to make informed decisions about your dental health. Call our office today and let us help you decide if extraction is the right step for you.

A Necessity

What to Expect During Your Tooth Extraction

Our tooth extraction service is designed to prioritize your comfort and well-being. It will start with a detailed assessment of your tooth’s condition, using state-of-the-art digital X-rays for precise evaluation. This advanced imaging technology allows our team to thoroughly analyze the tooth, allowing for a deep understanding of the extraction requirements.

Once the assessment is complete, we administer local anesthesia to numb the area, ensuring you are comfortable throughout the procedure. Your dentist will then delicately remove the tooth from its socket. Sometimes, the tooth may be divided into smaller parts for easier removal. Throughout your tooth extraction experience, our team focuses on your well-being, providing compassionate care and clear communication to make the procedure as stress-free as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Tooth Extraction Questions

For the first 24 hours following a tooth extraction, your dentist will likely suggest sticking to a soft/liquid diet. This will include things like pudding, applesauce, and soup. We recommend avoiding hard or sticky foods like nuts and candies in the following days.

Patients will usually feel a low level of discomfort once the local anesthesia has worn off. Localized bleeding and swelling may occur during the first 24 hours; this is completely normal.

This will depend on many factors, including the location of the tooth and the level of damage present. That being said, most extractions take 20-40 minutes.

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