Tooth Extractions

Tooth Pain? Reliable Relief Is Here

dental patient in need of tooth extraction

Expert-Based Tooth Extractions

When you have a rotten tooth or a broken tooth the pain can be intense. Distracting to the point you can’t concentrate on anything else. Eating and even sleeping become difficult to impossible. If you’re suffering from tooth pain, know that relief is near. At the Texas Center for Oral Surgery and Dental Implants, we always first attempt to preserve a natural tooth through treatment. In some cases, a tooth may be untreatable and will have to be removed. When that happens, count on our experts for precise, gentle tooth extractions in Flower Mound and Denton, TX.

Why our team? Qualifications. Tooth extractions are a form of oral surgery. Our two board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeons are both medical doctors trained to handle even the most complex, medically compromised cases. We’re licensed to provide IV sedation if needed, which essentially allows you to sleep right through your procedure. For a typical extraction we loosen the tooth and then pull it out with forceps. After that we recommend pain relievers and give you complete aftercare instructions to ensure a smooth recovery.

Why You May Need Tooth Extractions

  • Severe decay
  • Disease or infection
  • Oral trauma damage
  • Impacted wisdom teeth
  • Stubborn baby teeth
  • Preparation for dental implants
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  • Dr. Anver Talks About When Extractions May be Necessary
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Give Your Smile a New Life

You’ll feel better soon after a tooth extraction, but you’ll also have an embarrassing gap in your smile that may also affect your oral function and dental health. Your teeth are anchored in your jawbone by their roots and help keep the bone strong through the regular stimulation of chewing. Without those roots your jawbone can weaken and decay. Protect your jaws, reclaim full dental function, and give your self-esteem a boost with dental implants.

Dental implants look, feel, and perform just like natural teeth. They can fully restore your smile and quality of life whether you’re missing one tooth or all of them. And they’re built to last many years (in fact, decades) with proper care. As oral surgeons, we have advanced, specialized training in dental implants—and have placed more than 2,000 of them with exceptional expertise. We can typically perform extractions and dental implant placement during the same appointment. Extraction isn’t the end of your smile but the beginning of a beautiful new one. Let us show you how!

Regain a Healthy, Comfortable Smile

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