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Extractions Specialist

RR Dentistry

located in Georgetown, TX

If you have teeth that are too crowded, decaying, or severely damaged and need extraction, turn to RR Dentistry in Georgetown, Texas. Restorative, cosmetic, and sedation dental providers offer painless tooth extractions to improve your oral health and reduce your risk of serious complications. Call the office to schedule an appointment or book one online today.

Extractions Q & A

What are tooth extractions?

Tooth extraction at RR Dentistry is a minor surgical procedure in which your dentist makes tiny incisions in your gums and removes teeth that are too crowded, rotting, or severely damaged. 

You might also choose tooth extraction if you’re planning to get dental implants to replace your natural teeth, if your child has baby teeth that don’t fall out on their own, or if you or your child has impacted or painful wisdom teeth.

What are the benefits of tooth extractions?

Some of the many benefits you can expect when choosing tooth extractions at RR Dentistry include:

  • No pain
  • Minimal downtime
  • Low risk of complications
  • Exceptional precision and accuracy
  • Improved oral health
  • Less tooth crowding

Tooth extraction is a safe, highly effective procedure. The skilled dentists at RR Dentistry have many years of experience performing tooth extractions.

Are tooth extractions right for me?

To find out if you’re a candidate for tooth extractions at RR Dentistry, your dentist examines your teeth and gums and reviews the results of your most recent dental X-rays. They discuss your symptoms, oral health history, and desired outcome with you before personalizing a dental treatment that matches your needs.

What should I expect during tooth extractions?

During tooth extractions at RR Dentistry, your dentist numbs the treatment area to ensure you feel no pain. They offer you a sedative to help you feel relaxed or fall asleep. They make tiny incisions in your gums, remove targeted teeth, and close the incisions or place gauze in the empty spaces to stop any bleeding. Your dentist then takes you to a recovery area.

What happens after tooth extractions?

After tooth extractions, you can expect some tenderness and swelling at the treatment site. Ice the area as needed and follow all of your post-surgery instructions. Take medications as directed and avoid brushing your teeth vigorously, exercising strenuously, using mouthwash, or drinking through a straw until your provider says it’s okay.

Begin eating a soft-food diet until the surgical areas heal. Call your dentist if you experience worsening pain or unusual symptoms after tooth extraction.

Once your mouth heals, you could be a candidate for dental implants, dentures, bridges, braces, or other cosmetic dental treatments that restore the appearance of your smile.

To learn more about tooth extractions and find out if they’re right for you, call the RR Dentistry office or book an appointment online today.