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Tooth Extractions

Sometimes, removing a tooth is the best option. This is true when…

  • The tooth has decayed to the point where fillings or root canals to repair
  • The tooth is too chipped or broken for crowns or veneers
  • The infection in the tooth is threatening to spread to other parts of the mouth

Extracting teeth requires some form of anesthetic. We offer several anesthetic options – from local anesthetics to general anesthesia – depending on your comfort level and the severity of your condition. We’ll clearly explain your options during your consultation and what each anesthetic option entails.

And don’t worry; Olney Dental has several ways of replacing the tooth you lost, including dental implants, bridgework, and dentures.