Tooth Extractions

Welcome to Hekmat Dental Care, where we prioritize your comfort and oral health above all else. Our expert dental team in Rancho Bernardo and 4S Ranch specializes in pain-free tooth extractions, ensuring a seamless experience from start to finish. Whether you require extraction due to infection, overcrowding, or other dental concerns, trust us to provide gentle care and personalized attention. Book a consultation with us today to learn more about tooth extraction in San Diego County. 

Why Would I Need a Tooth Extraction? 

While tooth extraction is not most patient’s first choice, it can be your best choice for reducing pain and preparing your mouth for more comprehensive teeth restoration. 

Common reasons for a tooth extraction include: 

  1. Severe tooth infection 
  2. Removal of extra teeth, baby teeth, or wisdom teeth 
  3. Failed root canal
  4. Preparation for elective cosmetic procedures
  5. Broken teeth 

During your consultation at our Rancho Bernardo office, we will inform you of all options and options for teeth replacement after tooth extraction.

How is a Tooth Extraction Performed? 

While a tooth extraction can seem intimidating, the procedure itself is very fast and painless. When you visit us at Hekmat Dental Care we will always start your treatment with a consultation to ensure a tooth extraction is the best course of treatment and inform you of all of your options. 

Before your extraction, we completely numb the area with injectable anesthetics like lidocaine, so you will not feel any pain. The extraction procedure itself takes less than 30 minutes.

Following your treatment we will give you complete instructions on aftercare and post-treatment options.  

Can My Teeth Be Replaced After a Tooth Extraction? 

Yes, at Hekmat Dental Care we offer several ways to ensure you have a beautiful smile after undergoing a tooth extraction. 

Options for tooth replacement following extraction include: 

  1. Dental implant: This option allows for the most natural restoration of teeth through porcelain teeth that perform very similarly to your natural ones. 
  2. Dental Bridge: In some cases, a dental bridge can be attached to adjacent teeth to cover up gaps in your smile.
  3. Dentures: If you have had to have many teeth extracted, dentures can restore multiple teeth at once. 
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