Tooth Extractions in Plano, TX

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What Are Tooth Extractions?

While Dr. Yaser Hamdan and Dr. Cigdem Er make every attempt to save and maintain your natural teeth, there are cases where a tooth or teeth might have to be extracted. A simple extraction removes a tooth that is visible above the gumline and is typically used for a tooth that is decayed or damaged beyond repair. A surgical extraction takes out a tooth that hasn't erupted over the gumline yet. Surgical extractions are most frequently done to take out the wisdom teeth and impacted teeth that don't have sufficient space to fit into your mouth. Whatever the reason for getting a tooth extraction at Urgent Family Dentistry, we will give you the best treatment and provide sedation methods to keep you comfortable. Contact our Plano, TX office to find out more or to schedule an exam.

What Are the Benefits of Tooth Extractions?

While preserving your natural teeth is generally the ideal outcome at Urgent Family Dentistry in Plano, TX, there are certain situations where tooth extractions can be advantageous. Here are some common benefits of tooth extractions:

  • Provides relief from severe tooth pain and discomfort
  • Gets rid of infection and prevents its spread
  • Creates space for cosmetic and/or orthodontic improvements
  • Can prevent future dental health complications
  • Restores oral health and function
  • Preserves the wellness of your surrounding teeth and gums

What Can I Expect from a Tooth Extraction?

Dental extractions are done in our Plano, TX office using local anesthesia to numb the area around the tooth being removed. Other kinds of sedation may be used, depending on the extent of the extraction and to help keep you relaxed if you have dental anxiety. Once you're prepared, we will begin the procedure. For a simple extraction, we will loosen up the tooth with a special device called an elevator prior to removal. A surgical extraction involves making incisions in your gums to reach the tooth. If needed, the tooth may be broken up into smaller pieces so that it can be taken out. Once the tooth is removed, we will stitch incisions in your gums. Antibiotics may be prescribed before and after the procedure if you have a current infection, your immune system is compromised, or you have other health problems.

I booked my appointment at this location in less than 12hours after suffering excruciating pain overnight. My wisdom tooth had a terrible cavity and so painful that no Tylenol could help. I was booked in and when I got that numbing cream I felt like I could just walk right out. More numbing cream and injections made the extraction less than 5 mins. Even though I was very nervous, the dentist and the staff made me feel very comfortable. They assured me that I was in very safe hands and indeed I was. I carried my painful souvenir for bitter sweet memories but one thing for sure Dr H is the best. I will be going back for my exam and cleaning because he is an expert at what he does!! Thank you again for your service!!

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Outstanding care and treatment. 2 prior providers wanted to proceed without a clear cut plan. Urgent Dr had a clear plan, timeline and estimate of cost. Root canal and extractions were performed flawlessly and temporary crown put on. I highly recommend this Dr and his staff!

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Simple and Surgical Tooth Removal

If you have a tooth that is damaged or if your mouth doesn't have space for a new one, a tooth extraction at Urgent Family Dentistry may be necessary to maintain your oral health. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Hamdan or Dr. Er at our Plano, TX office to find out more about simple and surgical tooth extractions.

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How long does a tooth extraction take?

Tooth extractions are typically quick and easy. For Plano, TX patients who are having just one tooth removed, the process often takes about 20 – 40 minutes to complete. For more complex cases or if you are having additional teeth extracted, it may take a bit longer.

Does tooth extraction hurt?

Getting a tooth extraction at Urgent Family Dentistry involves the use of local or general anesthesia to help you stay comfortable. Dr. Yaser Hamdan and Dr. Cigderm Er will ensure the treatment area is fully anesthetized before proceeding with the procedure. At most, you may feel some pressure while the tooth is being removed, but a tooth extraction should not cause pain.

When can I eat after a tooth extraction?

Whether you had a simple or surgical tooth extraction, it's usually best to wait at least an hour before you eat. For the first 24 hours after the procedure, you may be advised to stick to liquids or soft foods only. This will allow the area to remain undisturbed, so it can clot and heal properly. The following day, you can slowly try to introduce more foods that are easy to chew without causing pain. Depending on who performed the tooth extraction, Dr. Yaser Hamdan or Dr. Cigdem Er will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions.

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