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Dental One Associates of College Park
1901 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100, College Park, GA 30349

Our dentist will do his or her best to save your tooth. However, if the tooth is too far gone, he or she will have to extract it. Fortunately, getting a tooth pulled is a fast, painless procedure that is over in just a few minutes.

What Does Tooth Removal Cost?

Your tooth extraction cost depends on if the dentist can pull the tooth or if you will need a surgical extraction. The tooth’s location and your dental insurance coverage will also influence your cost. Before the extraction, your dentist will go over the estimated cost with you.

What Is a Surgical Tooth Extraction?

Our dentists will refer patients to a local oral surgeon for an extraction if the tooth hasn’t emerged from the gum or the tooth has broken at the gum line. In dental extractions, your dentist will grab hold of a tooth and pull it out, where an oral surgeon cuts your gum to reach the tooth.

When Is Having a Tooth Pulled Unavoidable?

In cases where you have severe decay or an infection that is threatening to spread to other teeth and a root canal isn’t feasible, a dentist will have to pull your tooth. Sometimes, broken teeth and teeth cracked to the root have to come out as well. Call our office meet our dentist and see if he or she can save the tooth.

Do Dentists Pull Badly Decayed Teeth?

Contact us to arrange an appointment with our dentist. He or she would need to evaluate your tooth before deciding on the best course of action. It may be possible to save your natural tooth with a root canal procedure.

Why Do Dentists Sometimes Extract Baby Teeth?

If a baby tooth won’t fall out on its own and it is blocking the adult tooth, our dentist will extract it. If your child needs a tooth extraction, call our office to schedule an appointment with our gentle dentist.

Why Would Advanced Gum Disease Cause Me to Need a Tooth Pulled?

When you have advanced stage gum disease, the ligaments that hold your teeth in your gums can barely hold the tooth. If you are in pain and you have one or more loose teeth, contact our office for a tooth extraction, which will stop the pain.

Why Do So Many People Get Their Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

Wisdom teeth are the four final teeth to erupt in early adulthood. We don’t need wisdom teeth anymore; in fact, the jaw is often too small for them now. If your wisdom teeth are causing you pain because they are growing in crooked, our dentist will extract them. If they have not emerged from your gums, an oral surgeon will have to perform the procedure.

What Do Dentists Do When Your Teeth are too Crowded?

It’s common to need teeth extractions before getting braces since your teeth will need room to straighten out.

What Do I Do After a Dental Extraction?

Follow your dentist’s instructions so a blood clot forms at the extraction site and you do not disturb the clot. Your aftercare instructions will include what to do about any pain or swelling.

How Long Does It Take for a Dental Extraction to Heal?

You’ll need to rest for the first 24 hours. The extraction site should heal in a week if you had a dental extraction. If you had a molar extracted or a surgical extraction, the tooth extraction healing period may take longer.

Call our office to arrange for an exam if you suspect that you need a tooth extraction in College Park.

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  • Tuesday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Thursday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Saturday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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  • Monday
    8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Thursday
    7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Friday
    7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • Saturday
    9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

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Dental One Associates of College Park

1901 Phoenix Boulevard, Suite 100, College Park, GA 30349

(678) 619-5697