In the office of Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, a dental extraction is something that happens often. However, patients have minimal discomfort during and after the procedure. They then have the tooth replaced with something else, so that they can restore their original smile. This is something that can be done through the use of permanent implants or even denture pieces. There are many options after a dental extraction to consider.
When the dentist doing the extraction is good at what they do, there should be little to no discomfort during and following the procedure. After it is done, the extraction site will need to be cared for, however. It will also mean that your mouth may be a bit sore. A prescription for pain medication during this time will be given. This will help reduce not only pain, but inflammation due to the pulled tooth. Brushing, flossing and mouth washing are all recommended once you have a tooth extracted. This will keep the site clean and prevent an infection. Additionally, the gauze will need to be replaced every so often.
In order to have the best experience with a tooth extraction, it is important to speak with your dentist. Letting them know how you feel about the process, as well as your concerns can put your mind at ease. They can tell you what to expect, what process you will go through and any important information. They can also let you know the pain levels that you may experience, so you can know that it is a simple procedure.
Call Reimels Family and Cosmetic Dentistry today to find out how they can provide you with more information about a dental extraction. The dentists are knowledgeable and skilled and can provide you with the ideal dental care you need.
At Reimels, Miller, Paterra Dentistry our patients health and safety is our top priority.
Our team has been monitoring the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. We are following the recommendations provided by the Centers for Disease Control, NC State Dental Board, and ADA to maintain a healthy environment. Based on their recommendations at this time, beginning 03/18/20 we will be closed for a minimum of two weeks or until further notice. If you have a dental emergency please call Charlotte Emergency Dental at (704) 525-3939 or email them at CharlotteEmergencyDental@gmail.com. We will be using this time to better our practice and continue to improve all aspects of patient care. Thank you for understanding during this time, stay safe and healthy.