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Tooth Extractions – Gainesville, FL

Remove Dental Pain and Protect Your Oral Health

closeup of an extracted tooth

No adult ever wants to lose a tooth, but there are circumstances when it is the best or even only option with your oral health in mind. Neglecting a badly decayed, damaged, or infected tooth can lead to even more pain and major problems later on. To save your smile from teeth that are past the point of no return, Dr. Gabriel Nossa is your emergency dentist in Gainesville who can perform a quick and comfortable extraction. Read on or contact our office today to learn how this common dental treatment can remove dental pain and protect your oral health.

Reasons Why Tooth Extractions Are Necessary

illustration of impacted wisdom teeth

At the office of Dr. Nossa, we only recommend tooth extractions when all other options have been considered. He will first evaluate your tooth to determine if it can be saved through root canal therapy, a dental crown, or other restorative treatment. However, a tooth extraction may be the best solution if you have:

The Process of Removing a Tooth

tooth extraction procedure

There are two primary methods for tooth extractions in Gainesville: simple and surgical. If your tooth has fully emerged from the gums, Dr. Nossa will use forceps to gently rock it back and forth until the tooth naturally separates from your gum tissue. Your mouth will be numbed before the extraction begins to ensure your comfort.

Surgical extractions are typically performed on an impacted wisdom tooth or a tooth that has not erupted. In this case, he will make a small incision in the gums to reveal more of it. Next, the entire tooth is pulled out or cut into smaller pieces that are removed one by one.

The only way to determine which tooth extraction method will be required is to schedule a consultation at our office. Dr. Nossa will carefully evaluate your damaged or decaying tooth and create a custom removal plan based on your unique needs. 

Tooth Extraction Aftercare

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After your tooth is extracted, it’s important you return home and rest. Our dentist will provide you with personalized aftercare instructions to ensure a successful recovery. Common aftercare tips include: