If you are suffering from a toothache or severely damaged or decayed teeth, finding the best option for a tooth extraction in Gardena can help you feel better more quickly. At Brite Dental, we perform teeth extractions and provide other dental services designed to save your viable teeth and to keep your mouth as healthy as possible. Our skilled dental team will work with you at every step of the process to help you manage your dental health and to promote the best outcomes for you and your family.
Are You Concerned About the Tooth Extraction Cost?
At Brite Dental, we accept most major dental insurance plans. This will keep the cost of your tooth extraction as low as possible. If you are worried about the cost of getting a tooth pulled, we will be happy to discuss the potential expenses and to help you find ways to manage these costs in a practical and positive way. We aim to provide the best solutions for your needs and your budget.
What Is an Oral Surgery Extraction?
Depending on the location of your tooth and on whether it is impacting other teeth or has not yet erupted through your gums, you may require the assistance of an oral surgeon to have a tooth pulled. We will discuss all your options for tooth removal and will recommend the safest and most effective way to remove problem teeth and to promote the healthiest gums and teeth for you and every member of your family.
Is Having My Tooth Pulled an Option?
At Brite Dental, we usually regard tooth extraction as a last course of action for teeth that cannot be saved through other means. If a root canal, a crown or another type of treatment will work for you, this will be the preferred course of action. We will provide you with detailed information on the benefits of these treatments and the best way to address your issues both immediately and for your long-term dental health.
Can I Have Decayed or Broken Teeth Extracted by Your Office?
Our dental team is qualified to remove damaged or broken teeth. If oral surgery is required, our dentist can perform the surgery in-house. This will ensure that you receive the best solutions for your needs and your busy schedule.
Why Are Baby Teeth Sometimes Removed?
If baby teeth become decayed or the roots of these primary teeth become infected, it may be necessary to remove them to ensure the proper growth and development of the adult teeth. We may also recommend removal if baby teeth are preventing adult teeth from emerging from the gums. Our pediatric dentists will help your child feel comfortable and relaxed throughout these procedures.
Will I Need a Tooth Extraction Because of Advanced Stage Gum Disease?
Gum disease typically causes loosening of the teeth, which may result in the need for your teeth to be removed. The dentists at Brite Dental will work with you to determine the most practical solutions for your needs and for your family. If we can save your teeth, we will. If not, our team will provide you with options for extracting your teeth that will help you maintain the health of your teeth, gums and mouth.
Do Wisdom Teeth Need to Be Removed?
In most cases, removing your wisdom teeth is required because they are crowding other teeth, pressing on teeth or causing pain. We will work with you to determine the most practical options for dealing with wisdom teeth. If you need the services of an oral surgeon, we can perform your procedure in our office.
What Happens When Teeth Are Too Crowded?
Crowding of teeth can cause misalignment or pain. Removing some teeth may be required to promote the best dental health and to allow your teeth to accept braces, which may be required to straighten teeth and to give you the brightest and most beautiful smile possible.
How Can I Care for My Teeth and Gums After an Extraction?
At Brite Dental, we will provide you with detailed instructions about how to care for your extraction site and your mouth after your procedure. Our team is committed to providing you with the right dental care at the most affordable prices in our area. We will work with you to ensure that your procedure goes smoothly from start to finish.
How Quickly Will the Extraction Site Heal?
Tooth extraction healing time will vary depending on whether you undergo oral surgery or just a simple extraction. We will discuss your procedure with you in advance and will deliver the best options for you and your family.
To learn more, give our team a call today at (310) 327-7777. The dental team at Brite Dental is here to serve you.