Tooth Extraction Pomona NY

Tooth Extraction An Overview

Our dentists will perform a tooth extraction only when deemed necessary. If you require tooth extraction, our team at Cosmetic Dentistry Associates can execute all aspects of your care in our Pomona, NY dentist office.

You may need a tooth extraction for a variety of reasons. For instance, we may recommend a tooth extraction if one or more of the following conditions apply:

  • A damaged tooth that is beyond repair
  • Dental trauma
  • Overcrowded teeth
  • Extensive tooth decay
  • Bone loss
  • An infection

Depending on your specific case, you may need a simple tooth extraction or a surgical tooth extraction. Simple tooth extraction is performed when the tooth is visible. Surgical tooth extraction is performed when a tooth has not fully erupted from the gums. Our team can determine whether you will need a surgical or simple tooth extraction through digital x-rays.

Dr. Peter Auster and Dr. Frances Tang offer years of combined training to deliver exceptional dentistry to each of our patients. We work with you on a personal basis to better understand your needs and build a solution that is right for you. Your comfort and safety are a priority to our team, so we make every effort to ensure you are fully informed of all aspects of your care. We offer a complete range of sedation dentistry options to keep you relaxed and comfortable during your treatment. During your visit, we will explore all your options and tailor a comprehensive plan to meet your needs.

Wisdom Teeth Removal in Pomona, NY

In many cases, the wisdom teeth develop in the late teens to the early twenties. Most patients will need to have at least one or more of their wisdom teeth removed. Since our jaws are not designed to support the wisdom teeth, they often grow in at an angle or partially erupt, which can cause issues for your existing teeth. Most dentists recommend removing the wisdom teeth before they begin to cause you pain or discomfort.

Left untreated, fully or partially impacted wisdom teeth can cause inflammation, infection, and facial pain; this can also increase your risk of gum disease and tooth decay because partially or fully impacted wisdom teeth can be an easy target for plaque buildup. The wisdom teeth are in a hard to reach space, behind your second molars, which makes them difficult to clean. In many cases, patients don’t experience any signs of needing their wisdom teeth removed, which is why it is important to visit our Pomona dentist office regularly. During your visit, we can asses the condition of your wisdom teeth and make the best recommendations for your oral health.

Our team of dentists an in-house periodontist performs all phases of the wisdom teeth removal and tooth extraction process in the comfort of our Pomona dentist office. We offer comprehensive dental care to patients of all ages, so you and your family can receive the dental care you need in one convenient location.

 

Tooth Extraction What to Expect

The comfort, safety, and satisfaction of our patients are important to our team at Cosmetic Dentistry Associates. We take the time to explain all aspects of your care during your appointment to ensure you are fully informed. Our team explores all possible treatment options and recommends the solution that will best suit your needs.

Once we establish a treatment plan, we will begin your tooth extractions. The specifics of the tooth extraction will depend on the location and number of teeth in need of removal. Most extractions are performed under a local anesthetic. In other cases, some patients may require dental sedation. We will explore your sedation dentistry options before your treatment and choose the best form of sedation for your needs.

During a tooth extraction, you may feel pressure but should not feel any pain. The recovery process is just as essential as the extraction itself. It is imperative that you follow your aftercare instruction to avoid any complications. We will explain all phases of your recovery prior to your scheduled surgery.

Replacing Extracted Teeth

In the case that you need one of your permanent teeth extracted, you will likely need to replace that extracted tooth. Dental implants are designed to replace the tooth root as well as the visible portion of the tooth, making it one of the most preferred methods for tooth replacement. Depending on the number and location of extracted teeth, you may need a denture, bridge, or crown to replace your teeth, all of which can be secured using dental implants.

Dr. Tang, a Fellow of International Congress of Oral Implantologist, offers advanced experience in implant dentistry. She can work with you to determine if dental implants are the best solution for your smile.