At QDT Dental, our team is made up of experienced and professional dentists who are dedicated to providing the best care possible. With years of experience in the dental industry, our team is well-equipped to provide you with the highest quality of care for your tooth extraction. We take pride in our work and strive to ensure that your experience is as comfortable and stress-free as possible.
At QDT Dental, we use advanced technology and techniques to provide our patients with the best experience possible. Our team is dedicated to staying up-to-date on the latest advances in dentistry so that we can provide our patients with the safest, most effective tooth extraction techniques available. We use the latest tools and equipment to ensure that your procedure is conducted safely and efficiently.
Our team at QDT Dental understands how important it is for you to feel comfortable throughout your tooth extraction. We strive to provide compassionate and personalized care to ensure that you feel at ease during your procedure. Our team will take the time to explain the process to you in detail and answer any questions you may have, providing you with the care and support you need.
The loss of a single tooth can have major impact upon your appearance and oral cavity. Dentists typically try to use every measure to prevent tooth loss, but sometimes you find out that you have an unrestorable tooth. When this is the case, it is necessary for the dentist to remove the tooth. A tooth may need to be extracted for the following reasons:
When your dentist determines the tooth needs to be removed, radiographs will be taken to understand the shape and position of the tooth under the gingiva and bone that cannot be seen from a visual exam. If it appears that complications may arise you may be referred to an oral surgeon who specializes in the removal of teeth. If the extraction is straight forward it will be completed in office.
For a straight forward or simple extraction your dentist will first apply a local anesthetic to prevent any discomfort during the procedure. Next, the tooth will be loosened with an instrument called an elevator. Lastly, dental forceps will be used to remove the tooth. Once the procedure is complete, the area may be closed with sutures. You will then be provided post-operative care instructions to ensure proper healing and reduce the likelihood of infection.