Tooth Extractions in Chattanooga
A tooth may need to be removed for many reasons: tooth decay, gum disease, denture placement, or impaction. Regardless of the reason, most people don’t look forward to getting their teeth pulled. Here at Chattanooga Center for Comprehensive Dentistry, we will bring comfort and experience to your tooth extraction treatment.
We provide all kinds of amenities to make the process more comfortable, including pillows, blankets, and TVs. We also offer sedation dentistry options. Your tooth extraction will be completed in total comfort.
We offer both regular tooth extractions and wisdom teeth removal. Don’t let impacted wisdom teeth stick around and cause pain or infection. Get treatment today!
Regular Tooth Extraction
Regular tooth extraction is a common dental procedure where a tooth is completely removed from its socket due to decay, disease, crowding, or injury. While our primary goal is always to save your natural teeth when possible, sometimes an extraction is the best option for your overall oral health.
Our experienced team at Chattanooga Center for Comprehensive Dentistry ensures the extraction process is as comfortable and pain-free as possible. We offer oral conscious sedation to make the extraction pain-free and keep patients relaxed.
Wisdom Teeth Extraction
Wisdom teeth removal is a common treatment often needed in the late teens or early twenties. It addresses the issue of the third molars becoming impacted due to limited space in the jaw. Impacted wisdom teeth can lead to infections, damage to existing teeth, pain, and other oral health issues.
The process of getting wisdom teeth pulled varies for each individual. Our dental team will carefully evaluate the positioning of your teeth to determine the most effective course of action. After the procedure, we’ll provide personalized post-operative instructions to mitigate discomfort and promote a swift recovery.
Do you need to get your wisdom teeth pulled? We can make the whole process smooth, painless, and efficient.
Oral Conscious Sedation
Oral Conscious Sedation is a safe, effective option often utilized during tooth extractions to alleviate patient anxiety and discomfort. It involves taking a prescribed sedative before the procedure, allowing you to remain conscious but deeply relaxed throughout the extraction process. This method significantly enhances patient comfort, ensuring a smoother, stress-free dental experience.
When you get your teeth pulled because of infection, decay, or injury, we recommend replacing them with one of our man tooth replacement options. Replacing an extracted tooth will prevent gum infections, shifting teeth, and discomfort.
Dental bridges are an excellent solution for one or more missing teeth in a row. They effectively bridge the gap created by tooth loss. The procedure involves placing a crown on each of the adjacent natural teeth, with a prosthetic tooth, or pontic, attached in between. This design provides sturdy support and restores your smile seamlessly.
Dental implants serve as a robust solution for preserving your teeth alignment, strengthening your jaw, and sealing off the site of a missing tooth from harmful bacteria. The procedure involves the bonding of titanium posts to the jawbone, mimicking the role of natural tooth roots. After the implant is securely in place, a dental prosthetic such as a crown or bridge can be added on top to complete the restoration.
If you are missing multiple teeth and want a flexible denture option, try removable dentures! They are easy to snap on and off your gums. We offer both removable traditional dentures and removable implant dentures.
Permanent Denture Implants
If you’re looking for a way to replace an entire arch of teeth with prosthetics that feel like actual teeth, you’ve got to try implant-supported dentures. They are one of the most realistic options for replacing missing teeth.
Trust Our Expertise — Schedule an Appointment Today!
Need to get your wisdom teeth pulled? We can help you with impacted wisdom teeth through a tooth extraction or wisdom teeth removal process. Schedule an appointment with our dental office to get started with a consultation.