Is it getting to be the time when you need to get those wisdom teeth pulled but still have questions? Will it hurt? When should I have it done? We provide answers to all these questions and any others you may have at absolutely no charge or obligation to you. Call and schedule a free wisdom tooth consultation
There may be some instances where a tooth (or teeth) may need to be removed. These cases need to be properly diagnosed by a professional dentist—any and all alternatives should be discussed when considering tooth extraction. Reasons for tooth extraction may vary, but often including or more of the following:
In most cases, extraction of the tooth is the last resort to maintain dental health. However, sometimes it is the only option to relieve pain and regain oral health. We remove teeth for all reasons and your comfort is always our greatest concern. Whether it is a baby tooth that is already loose, a tooth with a painful abscess, or impacted wisdom teeth we want you to have the best experience possible.
If you feel like it’s time to get your wisdom teeth removed, call us for our free consultation. We are able to remove most wisdom teeth right in our office and will ensure that you’re comfortable throughout the entire process. We even offer a variety of sedation options. Everything from the light, floaty feeling of laughing gas to being completely asleep and multiple options in between. Feel free to read more over on our sedation page or contact us today to make an appointment and discuss your options in person. We would love to answer your questions and help you find the right option for you.
We will also help if your case is one that needs to be handled by an oral surgeon.
You can download our post care instructions for teeth extraction below.