Tooth Extractions and Minor Surgery for Dental Protection

An Illustration of Tooth Extraction

You’ve had a toothache for weeks and are tired of dealing with it. You know you need to see a dentist, but you’re unsure where to go. We are here to help. Eagle Rock Dental Care has the best dentists in Idaho Falls experienced performing everything from simple extractions to more complex surgeries, so we can handle any problem you have.

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Standard Methods Used for Pain Relief During Tooth Removals

Tooth extractions are a necessary part of your dental care. They help to treat gum disease, tooth decay, or trauma. Here is what you need to know about tooth pulling pain relief treatments:

Local Anesthesia: A local anesthetic is used for most exodontia and minor surgeries. It helps numb the area, so you don’t feel severe pain during the procedure. The most common form of local anesthesia is Novocaine.

Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas): Nitrous oxide helps in pain management during tooth extraction or minor surgery. You’ll inhale for relaxation and comfort while undergoing the procedure.

Conscious Sedation: Conscious sedation or Sleep Dentistry is a drug-induced sleep that allows you to remain awake but relaxed during the procedure without feeling any pain or discomfort.

Dental Extraction Process

One of the most common procedures we perform is tooth uprooting. It’s an easy and painless process. When you visit us for this dental extractions procedure, we’ll make you feel as comfortable as possible. We’ll begin by numbing your mouth with a local anesthetic, so you don’t feel any pain during the procedure.

Then, we’ll perform surgical tooth removal with ease and speed. After we perform tooth extractions, we’ll give you some time to recover before continuing with your appointment. You can expect soreness on the extraction site and your gum tissue for a few days, but it will subside afterward.

Bone Re-Contouring for Dentures

What happens after tooth pulling? How does it get replaced? Well, one of the options we offer is bone re-contouring. We offer bone re-contouring for dentures, a procedure that can give you a better fit and more comfort in your new dentures.

This service is helpful if you’ve had multiple teeth pulled or severe gum disease. The procedure involves taking some of the bone from your jaw and using it to create a mold for your new denture. When you come in for your follow-up appointment, we can quickly determine if you have enough bone to make a denture and then go ahead with that process if necessary.

Wisdom Tooth Removal 

Wisdom teeth are the last molars to erupt, usually between the ages of 17 and 25. Wisdom teeth removal follows a simple procedure. In case they aren’t causing problems for you, it may be best to leave them alone.

If your oral surgeons thinks you will have difficulty chewing or swallowing because of the extra room your wisdom teeth take up, they may recommend removal. You’ll need a thorough examination by an experienced oral surgeon before the procedure.

We offer wisdom tooth removal procedures that are safe, quick, and affordable for our patients. We’ll assess your wisdom teeth and determine if you need extraction or not.

Types of Mouth Extractions

Our team of dentists can perform all kinds of extractions, including Single, multiple, and full-mouth removals, as follows:

Single mouth extractions: This surgery involves removing one tooth at a time and is best suited for teeth that are broken, decayed, or have large cavities.

Multiple mouth extractions: Your dentist can use this kind to remove multiple teeth at once. It is used to treat gum disease and improve the health of your jawbone. 

Full-mouth extractions: This surgery involves removing all of your teeth, including the wisdom teeth (if present). It is usually performed if you have an infection or other condition in your mouth that is untreatable with antibiotics or other medications.

Your Comfort Is Our Top Priority

The tooth extractions and minor surgery process is safe and painful when using a professional dentist. For instance, local anesthesia or Nitrous oxide can aid in dental pain management during tooth uprooting or minor surgery.

Now that you know what to expect, you can still contact Eagle Rock Dental Care if you have any questions about your dental situation or surgical extraction in particular . Beside dental extractions, we provide other dental services in Idaho Falls, including dental surgery, tooth whitening, cosmetic dentistry, root canal therapy, dental implant placement, white fillings, tooth removal, dental laser, and more. 

We also offer emergency services; even if you have an emergency on the weekend, after-hours, or during the night, we can help! Our office is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM. Please call us at (208) 523-5400 or Schedule online.

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