Tooth Extractions in Bismarck, ND

If you’ve got an unhealthy tooth in Bismarck, a tooth extraction from 701 Dental may be the best option for eliminating pain and preventing further complications.

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Why Would An Extraction Be Necessary?

Tooth extractions are always our last resort at 701 Dental. Bismarck dentist Dr. Alexa Carlson and our team will save your tooth whenever it’s possible to do so. But in some cases, it may not be possible or practical to save your tooth. If it’s severely damaged or infected, extracting your tooth may be the best way to treat your pain and restore your oral health. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. The sooner you get treatment, the more likely it is that we can save your tooth.

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Did you know…

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Gum disease is the #1 cause of tooth loss in adults of all ages. Proper gum care and oral hygiene are essential for protecting your teeth.

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The Benefits Of Tooth Extractions

Eliminate pain

With a tooth extraction, you can eliminate the pain of a damaged or infected tooth and get back to your daily routine.

Prevent complications

Left untreated, unhealthy teeth can cause serious complications like sepsis, a potentially life-threatening reaction to infection. With an extraction, you can avoid these complications.

Restore your smile

Once your tooth has been extracted, you can replace your missing tooth with a partial denture, dental bridge, or dental implant, and feel proud of your smile once again.

The Tooth Extraction Process

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Numbing and prep

To begin the process, Dr. Carlson will clean the treatment area to prepare it for extraction, and numb the area to keep you feeling comfortable during your procedure. You won’t feel any discomfort during the extraction process.

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Extracting your tooth

To begin the process, Dr. Carlson will clean the treatment area to prepare it for extraction, and numb the area to keep you feeling comfortable during your procedure. You won’t feel any discomfort during the extraction process.

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Healing and recovery

You’ll be sent home with a set of instructions to follow as you heal and recover. You can get back to your routine within a day, but it may take up to two weeks to fully heal from your extraction.


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Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve had a tooth extraction, you have three options for replacing your teeth. Partial dentures are the most affordable. Dental bridges are more convenient, but more expensive. And dental implants are the most expensive option, but they also last the longest and provide the best, most natural results. If you’re interested in exploring your options for replacing your teeth after an extraction, contact 701 Dental to schedule a restorative dentistry consultation with Dr. Carlson.

If your tooth is severely damaged or decayed, it may need to be extracted. The best way to find out if you need an extraction is to contact 701 Dental for a consultation with Dr. Carlson.

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