Crescent Heights Dental provides skillful and effective dental healthcare for the residents of Northeast Calgary. Our team of qualified dentists, assistants, and treatment coordinators works as a unit to give you the treatment you deserve.
Our practice provides our clients with professional preventative care and advice. This is meant to prevent serious dental issues like infected or abscessed teeth. Even if you are loyal to a strict dental hygiene routine, these issues may arise. Procedures like tooth extractions are often required to remedy these problems.
We understand the reservations you may have about these invasive dental procedures. However, we’re here to help you feel comfortable. We minimize your recovery time and get you back to feeling your best.
Our tooth extractions restore the state of your dental health and enhance the aesthetic appearance of your smile. Give us a call or make an appointment to get your problematic tooth taken care of.
Extraction can address the following issues:
To extract or not to extract? A qualified dentist should always make this decision on a case-by-case basis. Crescent Heights Dental can help determine when extraction is a necessary step.
Even though it seems scary, a tooth extraction can solve many dental issues. We’ll make sure you’re comfortable throughout the whole process.
There are two types of tooth extractions:
If you are nervous about your impending procedure, you are not alone. We work with patients to ensure that they are comfortable. We happily answer any questions they have about the procedure or the recovery process.
Tooth extractions are very safe procedures. There are a few risks to be aware of, but they are rare. Some risks that can accompany extraction include:
Even though extraction is a minor and safe procedure, its recovery process should be taken seriously. A rushed or neglected recovery from tooth extraction can cause delays in resuming your everyday life.
Once the procedure is complete, you’ll be expected to adhere to the following. These dos and don’ts are standard for everyone recovering from an extraction:
Contact us with any questions about what the recovery process might be like for you.
If you have noticed any pain or other changes in your teeth or gums, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We’ll identify the problem you’re experiencing. Once we have become familiar with your situation, we try our best to save and protect your existing teeth. We only perform tooth extractions if they will benefit your long-term oral health.
Give us a call and schedule an appointment in order to receive attentive dental care.