It is best to attend regular dental checkups to allow your dentist to evaluate your situation and monitor your teeth to determine if a tooth extraction is necessary.
For a basic procedure, the estimated price ranges from $120 to $200 for each tooth.
If the extraction is more complicated and requires surgical intervention, the cost increases, averaging between $285 and $400 per tooth.
For an accurate quote, enquire with our specialists today.
However, teeth may be extracted due to dental complications or in order to prevent further problems. A painful, impacted wisdom tooth or an infected tooth may cause serious issues that need to be treated through extraction.
Teeth are extracted for a variety of reasons, such as:
Overcrowding of other teeth
Through each step of the process, we’ll keep you fully informed and answer any questions you have.
Teeth extraction offers a variety of benefits.
Treat severe gum disease
Get rid of the underlying problem rather than just treating symptoms
Prevent further dental complications
Clear infection and prevent the spread of infection
Improve overall appearance
Heal irritated, red, bleeding, or swollen gums
Eliminate jaw pain or swelling
Allow adequate space for surrounding teeth
Protect surrounding teeth from damage
Prevent the spread of tooth decay to other teeth (or even surrounding tissue and bone) that can lead to the loss of other teeth
Relieve mouth pain
What is the recovery process like after tooth extraction?
Does tooth extraction require an overnight stay?
Can I prevent tooth extraction?
The best treatment is always prevention. Regular dental checkups and a good oral hygiene routine go a long way in preventing oral health complications that require tooth extraction. However, some scenarios are unavoidable and require tooth extraction.
How long does tooth removal take?
The length of the tooth removal process varies depending on the situation, but the process typically takes 20 minutes or less.
What are tooth extractions?
Tooth extractions involve the removal of one or several teeth to protect surrounding teeth, relieve pain, and support overall oral health.
Most tooth extraction procedures can be done in the regular dental chair and offer a variety of benefits.
While tooth extraction may sound frightening, we ensure the experience is as comfortable as possible by answering all of your questions, letting you know exactly what to expect, and providing a detailed after-care plan.
In cases of severe dental anxiety, we would be happy to discuss the use of a sedative with you. During the tooth removal process, most patients report feeling some degree of pressure during removal but no pain.