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Tooth Extractions – Lakeville, MA

Relieve Dental Pain and Save Your Smile

Happy woman holding tooth after tooth extraction in LakevilleAt Southeastern Dental Care, we are dedicated to helping our patients maintain healthy, complete smiles for a lifetime. However, if a tooth becomes badly damaged or infected, removing it may be the best course of action. Neglecting a problematic tooth can lead to greater pain and potentially a dental emergency. Fortunately, our talented team can alleviate dental discomfort with quick and comfortable tooth extractions in Lakeville. Read on to learn how this common dental treatment can deliver pain relief and improve your oral health.

Reasons Why Tooth Extractions Are Necessary

Woman with toothache talking to dentistWe never move forward with tooth extractions without first considering all other options. If your tooth can be saved or repaired, we’ll likely first recommend a dental crown, root canal therapy, or other restorative treatment. However, you may benefit from a tooth extraction if you have:

The Process of Removing a Tooth

Close up of forceps holding a toothThere are two primary methods for tooth extractions in Lakeville:

The only way to determine which tooth extraction method is right for you is to visit our office for a consultation. Dr. Bui and Dr. Faibish are both experienced dentists in Lakeville and will carefully consider your unique situation. We will create a custom extraction plan to remove your compromised tooth and relieve your pain.  

Tooth Extraction Aftercare

Dentist in Lakeville giving woman extraction aftercare instructionsAfter your tooth is removed, we’ll provide you with personalized aftercare instructions to ensure a smooth recovery. Those instructions may include the following tips:  

Do not worry if you experience swelling, mild discomfort, or light bleeding after your tooth extraction. You can manage these common outcomes by taking pain medication as directed and applying an ice pack to your cheek. However, if these symptoms don’t go away after a few days or seem to get worse, contact our office right away. 

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