Don’t fear your tooth extraction! That’s what we tell our patients who come to us for Indianapolis tooth removal. You can rest assured that your oral surgery will be as comfortable as possible. Here are just a few benefits of removing a damaged tooth:
- Instant pain relief from a throbbing toothache
- Protecting your other teeth against damage and infection
- Mealtimes that are more enjoyable
- The ability to relax and sleep comfortably
If you have a painful tooth, come see us for help. Call 317-298-3384 to schedule an appointment – we offer same-day emergency appointments whenever possible. Plus, we offer laughing gas that will calm any anxious nerves you have.
We’ll Stop Your Pain by Removing a Damaged or Diseased Tooth
You probably don’t want to think about having a tooth removed unless you are in severe pain. The truth is, removing a tooth is one of the last things we want to do. It’s always better to keep a patient’s natural tooth in place if at all possible.
However, sometimes a tooth is so badly damaged or infected that removal is the only option. Leaving it in place could harm your other healthy teeth and gums.
If you do need to have a tooth removed, our team is experienced and highly capable of doing the job right. We’ll make sure you’re completely at ease in the dental chair before we attempt to remove the tooth. You’ll love our compassionate staff, as they are known for helping even the most anxious patients sit comfortably through their procedure.
We’ll use a local anesthetic to make sure you don’t feel pain. All you have to do is lie back and let us take care of you.
Replace Your Missing Tooth For Improved Dental Health
After a tooth extraction, it’s best to replace the tooth as soon as possible so that you don’t develop problems such as shifting teeth. Here are two great ways to do that:
- Dental Implants – We can insert an implant where your tooth was, which will act as a replacement tooth root. After healing, we can attach a crown to it to give you back your biting power.
- Fixed Bridge – A bridge spans the gap left behind by a missing tooth. It has an artificial tooth in the middle and is anchored on either side to your other teeth.