Tooth Removal / Extractions Protect Your Smile & Oral Health

Remove Problematic Teeth With a Gentle Tooth Removal in Rockport

We can use restorative procedures like root canals and dental crowns to repair even extensive dental damage. In some cases, however, tooth removal in Rockport is simply the best choice for your smile. If you do need an extraction, we’ll ensure it happens in the most comfortable way possible.

Your tooth removal procedure will go well because it will be performed by a team who has done many extractions, including wisdom teeth. In addition to our experience, you’ll benefit from:

  • A comfortable numbing of your mouth with local anesthesia
  • Sedation that will safely but effectively calm your nerves with fast-acting laughing gas
  • High-tech equipment like an intraoral camera and digital X-rays to help us find any potential complications before your procedure begins

If you have a tooth that is bothering you, call us today at 361-209-8609. If you’re uncomfortable, we’ll offer you a same-day emergency appointment if we can.

Soothe Your Nerves With Sedation for a Comfortable Procedure

In addition to using high-tech equipment for planning your extraction, our team also ensures you will remain comfortable throughout your treatment. We will:

  • Take digital X-rays for a detailed view of your mouth so we can identify any special issues like impacted teeth. Doing so allows us to better prepare for them before your procedure starts.
  • Explain exactly what will happen during your extraction so you know what to expect. We may use our intraoral camera to show you an image of your mouth. We’ll also take time to answer all of your questions.
  • Help you get comfortable with a pillow and blanket if you’d like.
  • Numb your mouth with comfortable anesthesia.
  • Give you laughing gas, if desired, to help calm you.

No matter what type of extraction you have performed, you’ll receive detailed information on oral care during recovery. You may also receive prescription medication to keep your recovery as comfortable as possible.

Choose the Best Way to Replace Your Extracted Teeth

We’ll recommend replacing your tooth as soon as possible. Otherwise, the bone in your mouth will begin shrinking. Nearby teeth can also shift out of place, giving you a misaligned bite or other dental problems. Depending on your situation, we can replace teeth with:

  • Dental Implants – Restore implants with individual crowns to replace single teeth, a bridge to replace several teeth, or dentures for a full-mouth teeth replacement.
  • Dental Bridge – A bridge can be attached to your own teeth or to implants.
  • Dentures – Your choices include full conventional dentures, partial dentures, and implant dentures. You can also receive temporary dentures to wear after your extraction so you can easily eat and smile during your recovery.

Trust our experienced team, patient-friendly technology, and dental sedation for a comfortable extraction! To schedule your tooth removal in Rockport, call Sabal Dental at 361-209-8609 or schedule online.

Common Questions About Tooth Removal / Extractions

When is a tooth extraction necessary?

The staff at Sabal Dental will do what we can to keep your natural tooth whenever possible. However, removal might end up being required if your tooth is badly infected or damaged. Left alone, an infected tooth can damage your other teeth and gums, creating more problems and costing you more money in the long run.

How much does a tooth extraction cost?

When it comes to a tooth extraction, like any other kind of oral surgery, each case is different. The expense will ultimately depend on which tooth requires removing in addition to the general condition of your mouth. We encourage you to come in for an exam and X-rays so we can provide you a precise estimate of fees.

Are tooth extractions painful?

You can feel confident our skilled dental team will do all we can to make sure your tooth extraction is as comfortable as possible. We’ll take a set of digital X-rays to assist us in planning your treatment, then we’ll use an anesthetic to guarantee the area we’re working on is completely numb. We even have laughing gas to eliminate your dental anxiety and help you unwind.