Tooth Extractions in Mat-Su Valley

Tooth Extractions

Woman having her teeth examined to discuss tooth extraction to take care of a painful tooth. Advanced gum disease, an abscessed tooth, broken or chipped teeth – these are just some of the reasons why one or more of your teeth may need to be extracted. While we always first try to preserve your natural teeth, sometimes tooth extractions are unavoidable. If you are experiencing severe tooth decay, impacted teeth or a dental emergency, a tooth extraction may be the best and only course of action.

The thought of having your permanent teeth removed may fill you with a fair bit of apprehension. The good news is that modern tooth replacements like dental implants can restore your smile effectively and comfortably. Additionally, our Wasilla practice makes every effort to ensure your comfort during this common and oftentimes necessary dental treatment.

When you come in for a tooth extraction, your dentist will apply local anesthesia to the treatment area and ensure it is thoroughly numbed before proceeding. The extraction procedure can be surgical or non-surgical in nature, depending on the reason for the extraction and the severity of the situation.

Tooth Extraction: A Safe and Comfortable Procedure

All tooth extractions, both surgical and non-surgical, are conducted using the most advanced anesthesia techniques, ensuring your complete comfort throughout the procedure.

Speaking of comfort, our staff is specially trained and our office carefully designed to ensure a pleasant experience for all of our patients. We can offer you a warming neck pillow, and a set of headphones to drown out the world while your dentist performs the tooth extraction procedure. Much like going to the spa, you will leave our Wasilla office feeling relaxed and care-free.

Call or come into our office to make an appointment. With amenities for both children and adults, and friendly staff who care about your comfort, you will not want to visit any other regional practice!

Some people hate to go to the dentist – but not our patients. We make every effort to ensure our patients are always comfortable with our sedation dentistry options.


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