Oregon City Tooth Extraction Emergencies

Extracting a tooth is not something we take lightly at Pioneer Dental. Our dentists examine the possibility in light of a thoughtful and comprehensive treatment plan.

First Goal Is Stabilizing Your Dental Emergency

In dental emergencies where a tooth extraction is necessary, our first goal is to stabilize the situation and provide immediate relief. We understand that tooth extractions can be daunting, especially during an emergency, so whether the pain is caused by a severely damaged tooth, an infection, or a tooth impaction, our compassionate team will do everything they can to provide immediate comfort.

When you arrive at our practice, our experienced dentists will carefully assess your situation and develop a personalized treatment plan to address the immediate issue. We utilize advanced techniques and modern anesthesia options to ensure a smooth and painless procedure and minimize any additional discomfort.

Our commitment is not only to address the immediate emergency but to promote healing, minimize the risk of complications and get you on the road to recovery.

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Tooth Extraction Might Not Be the Best Option

Our team believes in providing the best long-term outcomes for our patients, and sometimes that means considering alternatives to tooth extraction. While tooth extractions may be necessary in some cases, our dentists will explore conservative treatment options first to try to preserve natural teeth whenever possible.

Your dentist will carefully assess the extent of tooth damage, decay, or infection to determine the best approach – tooth extraction or an alternative restorative treatment that may save the tooth and maintain its functionality.

At our practice, we want patients to feel empowered to make informed decisions about their dental care, so our dentists provide thorough explanations of all available treatment options, including their benefits and potential risks, so that we can work together to find the best possible solution.

You Have Had A Tooth Extracted, What Next?

After having a tooth extraction, proper care of the extraction site is essential to a smooth recovery. Immediately following the procedure, it’s common to experience some discomfort and swelling that can be managed with pain medication and ice packs.

Avoiding strenuous activities, eating soft food, and maintaining good oral hygiene is crucial during this time, but it is essential to avoid brushing near the extraction site for the first 24 hours to prevent irritation.

At Pioneer Dental, tooth extractions don’t end with the procedure. We provide detailed post-extraction care instructions and stay in contact with patients while they’re healing to make sure there are no concerns or complications.

Once past recovery for the extraction, Pioneer dentists can help with a plan to restore the tooth from both a functional and aesthetic perspective.

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Tooth Extraction Recommendations

“I was in severe pain on the weekend. Not only was Dr Raleigh able to get me in to see what was going on, they stayed late to perform an extraction and make me pain free”

  • Betsy

“State of the art equipment. My double extraction experience was flawless, the people were exceptional, I am pain free! Thank you so much Pioneer Dental.”

  • Bruse

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