Our friendly team of experts at the practice will utilise their skillset to do all they can in order to save a tooth. However, we appreciate that in some cases, this simply isn’t possible and a tooth or teeth need to be removed.
If an extraction is the only option, our dentists exceptional chairside manner and calm approach will put our patients at ease during their appointment.
Having a great dental hygiene routine and regular visits to the dentist will greatly reduce the risk of having to remove teeth. Although, there may be a number of reasons for having an extraction, such as: dental decay, infection, problematic wisdom teeth or to allow room for orthodontic treatment.
A full medical history review will take place between our dentist and the patient to ensure that an extraction is safe and the best solution. Local anaesthetic is applied to ensure area is numb and the patient is comfortable. In some more complex cases, a surgical extraction might be required – although our dentist will always communicate this in advance and provide relevant information and advice to our patients.
Sometimes a problem tooth or teeth can cause a great deal of pain, and that’s why our welcoming team are on hand for an emergency. Patients who feel like they need to see a dentist urgently can head to our emergency appointments page for more information.
During an initial appointment, our dentist will work with the patient to draw up a bespoke treatment plan.
With every patient’s case being different, it’s not possible to provide an accurate indication of costs without a prior consultation. However, for an up to date list of our from prices, please head to our treatment fees page.