Whether you have wisdom teeth that are causing you discomfort or a tooth that’s damaged beyond repair, at White Clay Dental, we offer effective and pain-free tooth extractions in Newark. Our goal will always be to save your natural tooth, but if we’re not able to, the only other way that we can prevent your damaged tooth from causing additional issues down the road is to remove it. In these situations, we’ll be sure to discuss all of your options with you and make sure that you don’t feel an ounce of pain during your procedure.
If you’re experiencing out-of-the-ordinary symptoms or tooth pain caused by a severely damaged or impacted pearly white, don’t hesitate to contact your dentist in Newark. Our team will conduct a thorough examination to determine the root of your problem. If you need a tooth extraction, we’ll walk you through a treatment plan and may suggest one of the options listed below.
Not everybody has wisdom teeth, but for our patients who do, they may need to be removed if they pose a serious threat to your oral health. Sometimes, they can be stuck beneath the gums, increasing your risk of infection. Other times, there may not be enough room in your mouth or jawbone for them to safely grow into your mouth. This can cause misalignment problems and an increased risk of oral health issues. In these situations, we’ll recommend extracting them.
Some patients need teeth removed to do factors such as genetics, dental trauma, or severe decay. In these situations, we’ll walk you through the treatment plan. To restore the function and look of your smile following your procedure, we also offer a variety of restorations, such as dental bridges, dentures, and dental implants.
Tooth extractions are a necessary treatment to maintain your oral health, especially if you suffer from any of the following issues:
If you have any of these issues or are experiencing pain, don’t hesitate to contact our office to schedule a same-day emergency appointment. Our team will provide you with any necessary over-the-phone first-aid instructions and make sure that no additional harm comes to your smile until you’re able to reach our office for treatment.