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Painless Tooth Extraction in London, ON

At Galleria Dental Centre, we know that a tooth extraction can seem like a daunting prospect. However, it is a routine procedure that can be a reliable solution to various dental problems. In cases such as decayed or severely fractured teeth, tooth extractions can minimize your pain and prevent the spread of infection. At our dental centre, we have years of experience in providing tooth extractions in London.

We use a local anesthetic to numb the area. We only do straightforward, simple extractions and refer to more complicated extractions such as severely fractured teeth and impacted wisdom teeth to an oral surgeon. If you'd like to know more about our tooth extractions in London, please contact us. If you suspect you might be in need of the procedure, we recommend scheduling an inspection with us.

When Do We Recommend a Tooth Extraction?

At our dental clinic, we try our hardest to save your natural teeth. However, in many circumstances, pulling out a tooth might be the only reasonable option. Some scenarios where you recommend a tooth extraction are:

  • Infection: Tooth infections are one of the leading reasons for tooth extraction procedures. An extraction might be the only option if an infection cannot be handled with root canal therapy.

  • Periodontal disease: Untreated, periodontal disease or gums disease can affect the tissues and bones that support the teeth. This disease can cause your teeth to come loose, which might require extraction.

  • Crowded mouth: Sometimes, your teeth might be too big for your mouth or take up too much space, affecting the healthy growth of other teeth. In these scenarios, we might extract your teeth for orthodontic reasons.

  • Wisdom teeth: The emergence of wisdom teeth without enough space in your mouth can cause a variety of problems along with severe pain. A wisdom tooth extraction will eliminate your pain and encourage better oral health.

  • Injuries: Injuries to your mouth, such as that from a blow, can damage your teeth. In most cases, these fractured teeth can be repaired using solutions such as dental crowns. However, when the damage is extreme, we will recommend a tooth extraction.

If you're suffering from a dental issue and are unsure whether you will benefit from tooth extraction, please schedule an appointment with us. We will carefully inspect you and determine the best course of action for you.

The Process

It involves:

  • Inspection: We will carry out a thorough assessment of your teeth, as well as your dental history and lifestyle. We will recommend the procedure only if we're sure that it will benefit you.

  • Procedure: Before the extraction, we will numb the tooth and the surrounding jaw area using a local anesthetic. During the extraction, you will feel some pressure but no pain.

  • Post-procedure: After the procedure, we will provide you with the information required to take care of your mouth. We will take care of the bleeding and prescribe painkillers if needed. We recommend eating soft foods till you're completely healed. The swelling and bleeding are normal and will subside soon.

Even after the procedure, our team will be attentive to your needs. We'll be available to attend to any queries that you might have. If you suffer from any complications, we will be available to deal with them.

Why Choose Us?

At Galleria Dental Centre, we have provided tooth extraction procedures in London for many years. There are many reasons to choose our services, such as:

  • Comprehensive solutions: We can provide you with a tooth extraction to deal with various dental issues.

  • Personalized services: Our team takes the time to understand your unique dental concerns. We devise customized dental solutions that match your individual requirements.

If you'd like to schedule an appointment with us, please get in touch. In case you'd like to know more about how our services can benefit you, please don't hesitate to reach out.

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