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Tooth Extractions in Longview and Tyler, Texas

At Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center, we think that your natural teeth should stay in your mouth, where they belong! While we will make every effort to help you maintain your natural teeth, there are some situations that might require tooth removal:

A tooth may need to be extracted if it is seriously decayed or damaged. If a tooth is infected, it might also need to be extracted in order to stop the infection from spreading. Because they are impacted (stuck and unable to erupt through the gum) or because there is crowding in the mouth, wisdom teeth may occasionally need to be removed. Any teeth that are obstructing the braces may need to be extracted if you plan to get braces. Your dentist will always try to keep your natural teeth, but occasionally extraction is required. Tooth extractions are just one of the many dental services Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center provides. Our team is here to support you through every step of the process even though we recognize that losing a tooth can be a difficult experience.

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a persistent infection that weakens the bone and connective tissue that support your teeth. It can result in tooth loss if untreated. Dr. Kendall will work with you to treat periodontal disease effectively so that it doesn’t result in tooth loss. However, in extreme circumstances, it might be necessary to extract the tooth. With his vast experience performing this kind of procedure, Dr. Kendall will make sure it is completed quickly and effectively. You can feel secure knowing that Dr. Kendall has your best interests in mind. To begin your journey toward recovery, make an appointment today.

One of the main causes of tooth extractions is severe decay. When tooth decay has advanced past the point at which it can be treated with a root canal or another procedure, it is considered severe decay. When this occurs, it is crucial to have the tooth extracted because, if the decay is not treated, it could spread and cause an infection. At the tooth’s root, an abscess may develop due to an infection. If the infection is not treated, it could spread and worsen the situation. To prevent further harm, severe decay should be treated as soon as possible.

Crowding can result in a variety of issues, including difficulty cleaning your teeth, an elevated risk of tooth decay, and gum disease. Your dentist might advise extracting one or more teeth if you have crowding in order to make more space. This might assist in preparing your mouth for orthodontic treatment. Large teeth or an unaligned jaw may occasionally also contribute to crowding. In these circumstances, dental surgery might be necessary to fix the issue. Ask your dentist if treatment is required if you are worried about crowding.

It is common for accidents or falls to result in dental trauma. The tooth may be repairable in some instances if the damage is only minor. The tooth might need to be extracted if the damage is more serious, though. Patients and their families may find it challenging to make this choice, but there are times when it is necessary to protect oral health. Even though tooth extraction can be a straightforward process, it is still major surgery. Before deciding to have a tooth extracted, patients should weigh the risks and advantages.


Wisdom Teeth Removal at by Dr.Kendall

Wisdom tooth extractions are also carried out by Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center. The four permanent adult teeth—two on top and two on bottom—at the very back of your mouth are your wisdom teeth. If there isn’t enough room in your mouth for these teeth to erupt comfortably, they might need to be extracted. Dr. Kendall may advise removal in some circumstances to prevent further issues. Although tooth extractions can be a challenging and painful procedure, Dr. Kendall is skilled at completing this task quickly and effectively. In order to make sure you’re as at ease as possible throughout the entire procedure, he will work with you. With Dr. Kendall’s more than 20 years of experience, you can be sure that you are in competent hands.

How Is a Tooth Removed?

A severely decayed or damaged tooth may require extraction, or removal from the mouth. Dr. Kendall will administer a numbing agent prior to our dentist in Tyler or Longview performing an extraction so that you experience no pain at all. The tooth will then be gently rocked back and forth in your mouth using forceps by the dentist until it becomes loose. You will receive instructions for proper at-home care during the healing process after the extraction site’s wound is carefully closed. To ease any pain felt after the extraction, Dr. Kendall may also prescribe medication. When it comes to dental care, extraction is typically a last resort, but in some circumstances, it is the best choice for restoring your oral health.

Both emotionally and aesthetically, losing a tooth can be traumatic. Thankfully, there are numerous options for replacing missing teeth. Whether a denture, dental implant, or bridge is the best option for you, Dr. Kendall can guide you in making that decision. The most conventional solution is dentures, which come in partial or full configurations. Dental implants can support a single tooth, a bridge, or a denture and are long-lasting replacements that are fused to the jawbone. False teeth are supported by bridges, which are attached to the teeth on either side of the gap. You can be sure that your smile will be restored no matter which option you select.

Call Our Office Now!

There is no substitute for experience when it comes to dental care. Only a dentist with years of experience can accurately assess the situation and decide whether or not extraction is required if you are worried about a sick tooth or have a dental emergency. For more than 20 years, Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center has offered high-quality dental care to clients in the Longview and Tyler region. The goal of our team of skilled dentists and dental hygienists is to assist patients in achieving and maintaining optimal oral health. Set up a consultation with us right away, and allow us to assist you in restoring your smile.