Gentle dental extractions
at Clinique Dentaire 1935 in Montreal

Whether for vertical tooth fracture, extensive decay, periodontal disease, impacted wisdom tooth or orthodontic consideration, tooth extraction is sometimes recommended to avoid serious infection or deformation of the teeth. In any case, it is very important to properly assess the clinical context.

At Clinique Dentaire 1935, our team stands out for its careful attention to detail. Our dental hygienists, dentists, denturists and all our staff are dedicated to your comfort. We offer you personalized care from the first encounter.

Our practice takes the time to listen to you and answer your questions. We believe it is important to discuss the advantages, disadvantages, risks and costs associated with dental treatment. In this light, our team does everything possible to ensure that each visit is a pleasant and reassuring experience.

Why do you need dental extraction?

There are a few reasons to consider dental extraction. This can include severe oral infection, vertical tooth fracture, extensive decay or even lack of space. If a tooth is damaged beyond repair, the dentist may recommend removal. During a dental extraction, the dentist surgically removes the problematic tooth. This intervention is permanent. It is sometimes recommended to evaluate the possible replacement of the extracted tooth, since the health of the surrounding tissue is essential. This calls for a good assessment of the clinical context. Our team is always pleased and committed to provide you with the necessary information.

How are dental extractions performed?

Before performing a dental extraction, the dentist will first perform a clinical examination and X-ray. This is essential to properly assess the situation. Most extractions are performed under local anesthesia and require the intervention of an experienced dentist. In all cases, good planning is necessary and consideration must be given to the patient’s general state of health. During dental extraction, most patients experience slight pressure, but no pain, due to the effectiveness of anesthetic and analgesic medications. It is important to remember that dental extraction is first and foremost a surgical procedure. Following such a procedure, it is normal to feel some discomfort. If you follow the postoperative advice carefully, you will minimize bleeding, inflammation and infections.

Post-operative follow-up in consultation

The level of discomfort after an extraction generally varies according to the complexity of the procedure. Any surgery, however minor, can cause bleeding, pain, inflammation, discomfort or even an infection that may need to be treated with an antibiotic. To avoid all these inconveniences and promote your recovery, your dentist at Clinique 1935 will inform you of the post-operative precautions to be taken.

To avoid all these inconveniences and promote your recovery, your dentist at Clinique 1935 will inform you of the post-operative precautions to be taken.

Successful dental extractions in total comfort

Dental extractions, whether simple or surgical, always require careful planning. Clinical context, health condition and medication use must be carefully considered. The intervention of a team of experienced professionals is both reassuring and effective.

At Clinique Dentaire 1935, we are committed to performing all our surgeries with the utmost care. We believe that our role goes far beyond dental extraction. Choosing our dental practice means choosing a dedicated team that informs, supports and comforts you.

To make an appointment with one of our dentists or if you have any questions, you are welcome to contact us. If your condition requires emergency treatment, contact our dental emergency department immediately. We will be happy to welcome you to our friendly office located a stone’s throw from the Papineau metro station.