Painless and professional tooth extraction at Clinique Dentaire 1935

Tooth extraction in Montreal

Whether you have a vertical tooth fracture, extensive decay, periodontal disease, an impacted wisdom tooth or an orthodontic issue, tooth extraction is sometimes recommended to avoid a major infection or deformity of the teeth. Whatever your situation, a proper evaluation of the problem is crucial.

Our multidisciplinary team of dentists, dental hygienists and a denturist can handle your tooth extraction. We know how stressful the process can be and that’s why we will be by your side throughout the entire procedure.

Located near the Papineau metro station, our dental clinic is committed to making your time with us as pleasant as possible. Our dentists in Montreal will be happy to welcome you and answer any of your concerns. Contact us today.

Why you may need a tooth extraction

There are a few reasons to consider tooth extraction. These may include severe oral infections, vertical tooth fractures, extensive dental cavities or even lack of space. Wisdom teeth extraction is one of the most common dental extraction procedures.

If a tooth is damaged beyond repair, your dentist may recommend removing it. During a tooth extraction, the dentist surgically removes the problematic tooth. This procedure is permanent. In some cases, an assessment of whether the extracted tooth needs to be replaced will necessary, as the health of the surrounding tissue is critical. This calls for a proper assessment of the patient’s clinical situation. Our team is always happy to provide you with information and help you understand your case.

How is a tooth extraction performed?

Before performing a tooth extraction, the dentist will first complete a dental examination and teeth cleaning as well as a detailed radiological examination. A good assessment of the situation is essential. Most extractions are performed under local anesthesia and require the expertise of an experienced dentist. In all cases, proper planning and consideration of the patient’s general health is required.

When one or more teeth are extracted, most patients feel slight pressure, but no pain, thanks to the effectiveness of anesthetic and analgesic drugs.

It is important to remember that a tooth extraction is first and foremost a surgical procedure. Some discomfort is normal after such a procedure. Following the postoperative advice carefully will minimize bleeding, inflammation and infection.

Advice for the postoperative follow-up

The level of discomfort after a tooth extraction usually varies depending on the complexity of the procedure. Any surgery, even a minor one, can cause bleeding, pain, inflammation, discomfort and even infection that may need to be treated with an antibiotic. This is normal and should not be cause for alarm.

Our team will explain the steps to take following the operation and the instructions to follow to ensure that your recovery goes as smoothly as possible. Throughout your recovery process, the dentists at Clinique Dentaire 1935 are always open to your questions. In addition, our blog section may help answer some of your questions.

Have your Montreal tooth extraction done by the expert dentists at Clinique Dentaire 1935

Whether a tooth extraction is simple or surgical, it requires special attention. The patient’s health and the use of medication can have an impact on the operation. This is why it is so important to be in good hands and choose dentists with the necessary expertise.

At our clinic located near the Papineau metro station in Montreal, our team of dentists and dental hygienists will do everything in their power to ensure that your tooth extraction takes place in complete comfort. We know that surgery often brings feelings of anxiety, so you can count on our staff to support you during this process.

Contact our clinic today. Our dentists will be happy to welcome you and give you advice on how to proceed. Our clinic also offers dental care, dental implantology and cosmetic dentistry services.

Finally, if your situation requires urgent attention, please contact our dental emergency service in Montreal immediately. We will arrange an appointment for you as soon as possible.