Tooth Extractions In Livermore

Tooth Extractions In Livermore

Tooth extractions are always a last resort at our office in Livermore, Pleasanton, and East Dublin, but they’re sometimes necessary to keep your mouth healthy and to relieve pain or discomfort. We specialize in gentle, pain-free extractions at Kitty Hawk Dental Care. If you have a severely damaged tooth and a tooth that is causing you extreme pain, contact us today to determine whether an extraction is necessary.


Get Relief From Troublesome Teeth

A tooth extraction is sometimes the best way to treat teeth that have been damaged by decay, oral injuries or gum disease

Extractions can provide you with relief from the pain and discomfort of a toothache

Dr. Kimberly King uses numbing & sedation to provide you with gentle, pain-free extractions

We offer multiple options for replacing extracted teeth, including dental implants and dentures

What Types Of Extractions Do You Offer?

At our office, we offer only basic extractions. We do not provide surgical extractions for impacted teeth. With a basic extraction, you can get out of pain and back to smiling again in no time. We also offer a range of restorative treatments to fill in the missing space left behind after your extraction procedure.

What Is A Basic Extraction?

A basic extraction is a non-surgical procedure. The process involves simply loosening your tooth and pulling it out with specialized dental tools. This method of extraction is only used on teeth that are fully erupted (non-impacted). If your tooth is impacted, we will refer you to a trusted oral surgeon for a surgical tooth extraction.

Why Would I Need A Tooth Extraction?

If your wisdom teeth are not growing into your mouth properly, or if you simply don’t have space in your mouth for them, they may need to be extracted to keep your mouth healthy. Tooth extractions are also necessary if your tooth has been severely damaged by tooth decay or an oral injury, and can’t be saved with a root canal. Periodontal (gum) disease can also lead to permanent tooth damage, and may require you to have one or more teeth extracted.

What Are The Signs That I Might Need A Tooth Extraction?

If you have a serious toothache or have a tooth that is grayish or otherwise discolored, it may be dead or dying, and it may not be able to be saved with a root canal. In this case, a tooth extraction may be necessary.

For wisdom tooth extractions, look for signs and symptoms like pain and discomfort near your rear teeth, gum swelling and inflammation, and jaw pain or swelling. Symptoms such as these may indicate that you need the tooth to be extracted.

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