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Tooth ExtractioN - Niagara 

Dental Extractions in St. Catharines
Niagara Falls, Thorold and the Niagara Region

Tooth Extractions and Oral Surgery in the Niagara Region

We provide comprehensive tooth extraction and dental surgery services throughout the Niagara Region, including St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Thorold and surrounding areas.

Our experienced dentists are experts in performing a variety of extraction procedures from routine tooth removal to more complex oral surgeries. We understand that dental pain needs to be addressed promptly to protect your oral health.

Whether you need a single tooth extracted, multiple extractions, or surgery to remove wisdom teeth or impacted teeth, you can count on our team's gentle care and precision technique. We aim to minimize discomfort and promote swift healing.

When are Extractions Recommended?

Young adults often require wisdom tooth extraction to prevent crowding, infection or nerve damage. Extractions may also be necessary if a tooth is:

  • Severely decayed

  • Cracked or damaged

  • Causing repeated infections

  • Impacting other teeth or the jawbone

  • Causing gum disease that risks bone loss

We thoroughly examine each case to determine if extraction is truly needed or if the tooth can be saved through root canal treatment or other therapies. Call our St. Catharines, Thorold or Niagara Falls dental offices for an evaluation.

Preparing for a Tooth Extraction

During your consultation, we will review your medical and dental history. Be sure to disclose any conditions, medications or allergies. Our dentists are experienced in providing comfortable care to anxious patients.

For most routine extractions, we use local anesthetic to numb the area. For more complex procedures, oral sedation may be recommended. Our goal is to minimize discomfort.

After tooth removal, we provide detailed homecare instructions to promote proper healing in the Niagara region. Managing pain and avoiding activities that could disrupt the blood clot are important steps to avoid complications like dry socket.

We are always available by phone should any issues arise after hours. Our priority is your swift recovery from dental extractions or oral surgery in the Niagara Region.

Risks and Complications of a Tooth Extraction

While rare, complications can potentially include dry socket, infection, or worsening of pre-existing medical conditions. Our precautions aim to reduce risk, but some difficult extractions may come with added complications.

Call our Niagara Falls, St. Catharines or Thorold dental offices immediately if you experience severe or prolonged pain, swelling, bleeding, fever or other issues after the procedure. We are committed to your follow-up care.

At our dental clinic in Niagara, we offer top-notch tooth extraction services to address various dental concerns. Our experienced team specializes in gentle extractions for a wide range of situations, including wisdom tooth pain, dental trauma, and more. We understand the importance of providing urgent dental treatment when faced with severe tooth pain or tooth abscesses. Our dentist services ensure that you can access emergency dental care when you need it most, with the convenience of same-day dental appointments available. Whether you require a simple tooth extraction or a more complex procedure, we're here to alleviate your discomfort and provide comprehensive dental solutions tailored to your needs. Trust us for efficient dental extractions and compassionate care in the St. Catharines and Niagara areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to remove my wisdom teeth?

Not always. Our St. Catharines dentists will examine your mouth and recommend wisdom tooth removal only if they are impacted or likely to cause problems. Early detection helps determine the best course of action to avoid issues down the road.

How long does a tooth extraction take?

Most routine extractions take 15-30 minutes from start to finish. More complex surgeries may take longer, depending on the individual case. We aim to complete all procedures as efficiently as possible while prioritizing your comfort and safety.

Will it hurt?

Our team is skilled in minimizing any discomfort. For standard extractions, we use local anesthesia to ensure you feel no pain. More involved procedures may incorporate oral sedation to relax you further. In any case, our goal is to perform tooth removal gently and ensure a quick recovery.

When can I eat after an extraction?

You may want to stick with soft foods for the first 24 hours after surgery. Avoid hot liquids and chewing directly on the extraction site. After that, as comfort allows, you can begin integrating other normal foods back into your diet.

How long does it take to heal?

Most patients feel better within a few days but full recovery from routine extractions is about 1-2 weeks. More complex cases involving multiple teeth or larger wounds may take longer. We provide detailed homecare instructions and follow-up support to help your mouth recover smoothly.

Will there be swelling or bruising?

Some swelling, stiffness or bruising is normal in the days following tooth removal. Using an ice pack and resting promotes quicker healing. Please contact our Niagara Falls dentists if you experience excessive or prolonged swelling beyond a few days.

Is there an alternative to extraction?

When possible, we aim to save natural teeth through root canal treatment, dental crowns, gum grafts or other therapies. However, when a tooth has irreversible damage or risks hurting surrounding structures, extraction becomes the safest choice. We thoroughly examine each case individually.

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