Easy Tooth Extractions for You and Your Family in Northwest Las Vegas, Nevada
No one wants to have a tooth removed from their mouth, but if it is necessary, come see the professional team at Trobough Dental. We’ll provide you with a comfortable experience and walk you through the procedure step-by-step so you know what to expect. Having a tooth removed shouldn’t be a source of anxiety for patients, but it often is. Some people worry about how they will replace the tooth, or the damage the might be done to the surrounding teeth after the tooth is removed. We want to put your mind at ease and make sure you understand exactly what’s involved in having a tooth removed, so you won’t put it off when you have an infection or are experiencing severe pain in your mouth.
If you have any questions about having a tooth removed, or if you have questions about our extraction services, reach out to us today. We would be happy to answer all of your questions to help you make the decision to come see us about your tooth extraction needs.
Why Would a Tooth Need to be Extracted?
There are a number of reasons why a tooth might need to be removed, not the least of which is because it is causing our patient severe pain. Teeth need to be removed because they are infected, broken, or damaged because of injury or trauma, and many other reasons. In addition, some people might need to have their wisdom teeth removed to make room for their existing teeth and to prevent overcrowding of their teeth in their mouth. Tooth extractions are also commonplace in the preparation of future dental procedures, such as removing a tooth to make room for a dental implant, bridge, ora bracer. Regular visits to your dentist can prevent infection and damage from occurring naturally, so be sure to book your checkups on a regular basis to ensure your oral health stays strong.
What is Involved in Having a Tooth Extracted?
When it comes to removing a tooth, Dr. Trobough is able to perform routine extractions in our Northwest Las Vegas office. You’ll be given a local anesthetic to prevent pain and discomfort, and using a series of specifically designed tools, the tooth will be removed quickly and easily.
Contact Us Today
Call our office to make an appointment today. We can examine your teeth and determine the best course of action for removing a tooth or treating it with the latest technologies available in the dental industry. We look forward to hearing from you and serving you into the future.