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Dental Extractions in Mississauga

Getting a tooth or teeth removed is a frequently performed procedure, and it often involves only minor pain or discomfort.
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Are Extractions Needed?

Tooth extractions can become necessary for various reasons, encompassing (but not confined to):

  • The removal of baby teeth that struggle to shed naturally.
  • Tooth removal to facilitate orthodontic treatment.
  • Extraction in response to pain or infection.
  • Addressing broken or damaged teeth through extraction.

The agony of a toothache can be overwhelming, leading some to consider tooth extraction as the only option. We genuinely understand your distress and are dedicated to offering rapid relief while exploring potential solutions that can also preserve your tooth. Please inform us if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Intense tooth pain.
  • Pain that worsens when you apply pressure or chew.
  • Jaw pain or difficulty in jaw movement.
  • Swelling in the gums around the affected tooth or teeth.
  • Indicators of gum disease like changes in color, bleeding, or unpleasant mouth odor.

The Treatment Plan

Dental extractions typically necessitate a single office visit and are carried out by a dentist. Here’s the process involved in tooth extraction:

Figuring Out Solutions

While it might seem like extraction is the sole path to relief or an unavoidable necessity, there could be other ways to swiftly alleviate your discomfort while also preserving your tooth. Our utmost priority is to ensure your well-being, alleviate any pain, and protect your tooth. Before considering any tooth extractions, we will carefully assess your condition and have a conversation with you about your potential choices.

The Removal Process

The decision to employ a local anesthetic to numb the tooth extraction site is based on the dentist’s and patient’s preferences. Sedation options are available when required. Our approach to tooth removal is minimally invasive, with a focus on gentle extraction to ensure your comfort and expedite your recovery.

Healing Up and Recovering

Following the procedure, you will receive specific aftercare guidance, including instructions on caring for your healing mouth, what to expect during recovery, and steps to take if complications occur. Should you have any additional concerns, please feel free to arrange a follow-up appointment with us.

The Cost Of An Extraction In Mississauga

The cost of dental extractions can vary widely. Under a standard insurance plan, a dental extraction generally costs around $100 to $200 or possibly more as an out-of-pocket expense. To assist you in determining your potential out-of-pocket costs, we’d be delighted to offer you an advance quote that you can submit to your insurance provider. Without insurance, you can expect to pay roughly $200 to $600 or more per tooth. The specific cost of a dental extraction is contingent on a range of factors.

Expecting an accurate dental treatment quote over the phone is unrealistic, as your treatment plan must be customized to suit your unique circumstances and can only be determined after an oral examination. Understanding the two major categories of dental extractions can shed light on potential costs and their underlying factors.

  1. Simple Tooth Extraction: A simple extraction pertains to teeth that are visible in your mouth. General dentists typically perform these procedures using local anesthesia. The cost estimate for a straightforward extraction of an accessible tooth without complications is generally lower.
  2. Surgical Tooth Extraction: A surgical extraction is more complex and involves removing a tooth that is not easily visible or reachable, either because it has not fully erupted or it has broken off at the gum line. Surgical extractions require careful consideration, delicate handling, and expertise, which results in a higher cost. It’s important to note that no dental practice can provide an accurate quote over the phone because the treatment plan must be tailored to your specific needs and can only be determined after an oral examination.

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Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wisdom teeth removal is commonly seen as a traditional practice, but it’s essential to understand that the removal of wisdom teeth is only warranted if they become impacted or create disturbances in your jaw and dental alignment.

Contemporary dentistry is more compassionate than ever, and your comfort is a top priority. We utilize advanced tools and techniques to reduce discomfort, enhance efficiency, ensure precision, and minimize trauma to expedite the healing process. Following your treatment, we will supply you with aftercare instructions to keep you comfortable and promote rapid healing.

After your procedure, wait for about an hour before you gently remove the gauze sponges from your mouth and have something to eat. Stick to soft foods for the first 24 hours, and remember to avoid hot foods and using straws for a few hours.

How should I manage the aftermath of a dental extraction?
After your tooth extraction, we will provide you with tailored aftercare instructions. However, here are some general guidelines to ensure a smooth recovery and minimize potential issues:

During the initial 24 hours post-extraction, avoid activities such as spitting, mouth rinsing, nose blowing, straw usage, and smoking. Do not touch the extraction site with your finger or tongue. Stay away from hot foods and beverages. Refrain from taking aspirin, as it can affect blood clotting. Avoid strenuous physical activities and exercise.

It’s a good idea to block out three to four days for rest or light-duty activities after your wisdom teeth removal. Resting during this period is key to lowering the chances of complications and aiding in your recovery. While the entire recovery process typically spans around two weeks, you should experience only minimal discomfort during this time.

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