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Extensive decay can damage a tooth to the point where it is beyond repair. If the decay reaches the pulp (innermost part of the tooth containing nerves and blood vessels) and root canal treatment is not feasible, extraction may be necessary.

It’s essential to note that dental professionals aim to preserve natural teeth whenever possible, and extractions are typically considered when other dental treatments cannot effectively address the underlying issues.

Reducing pain by extracting damaged tooth

Extraction today, joy tomorrow.

The surgical extraction of a tooth can certainly be painful without any painkillers. Fortunately, a good dentist will always provide you with some level of pain relief so your tooth extraction won’t be a horrifying experience. One of the most common ways dentists provide pain relief to their patients is with the use of nitrous oxide which is also known as laughing gas.

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Deonn Davis
Deonn Davis
Changed my life great staff
davonta cantu
davonta cantu
Sonya was the best. Very nice and informing. Executed her position very well and made sure to give tips along with the cleaning
Lala Squair
Lala Squair
I love Waukegan family dental I have had nothing but wonderful experiences here every one is great and they make you feel so comfortable I had 11 teeth pulled and immediate denture all in one day and I left feeling no pain THANK YOU WAUKEGAN FAMILY DENTAL❤️
Brittany Clark
Brittany Clark
I was referred here by a friend. At the time I was in a lot of pain. I was played by other dentist office trying to make me wait months and months for an appointment and scared. From care I received in the past. I called and they got me in the same day. And took care of my needs quickly. I was terrified but they all were very reassuring and talked me through everything. They made me feel very comfortable and made sure I was aware of everything going on. Also they showed respect. And didn’t embarrass me of my situation or put me down for any issues I have. They are very understanding and willing to work with you.they are very gentle with adults and children and even try to help take your mind off of the work I wish I would have known about this place sooner I would have never wasted my time at other places. I switched my whole family over we all love it here. I have referred all of my friends here as well and I hear good reports back to those who have visit. Thank you for being a great dentist office the staff is very welcoming.
Pinal Makadia
Pinal Makadia
Highly recommend this office. Dr. Nishant did my deep cleaning and also performed my wisdom teeth extraction. He is very kind highly skilled doctor. Through out my visit he make sure I am comfortable and procedure he performed was smooth and painfree .


Why I need a tooth extraction?

Tooth extraction may be necessary for various reasons, including severe tooth decay, advanced gum disease, impacted wisdom teeth, orthodontic treatment, trauma or non-functional teeth.

Is tooth extraction painful?

Dentists use local anesthesia to numb the area before extracting a tooth, ensuring that the procedure is virtually painless. Post-extraction discomfort can be managed with prescribed or over-the-counter pain medications.

What is the recovery period after a tooth extraction?

Recovery time varies, but most people can resume normal activities within a day or two. Full healing of the extraction site may take a few weeks. Following post-operative care instructions is crucial for a smooth recovery.

Are there any complications associated with tooth extraction?

While complications are rare, potential risks include infection, excessive bleeding or dry socket (loss of blood clot). These risks can be minimized by following post-extraction care guidelines provided by your dentist.

Can I eat or drink after a tooth extraction?

After the extraction, it’s recommended to stick to soft foods and avoid hot or spicy items. Avoid using a straw for the first 24 hours, as suction can dislodge the blood clot and lead to complications.


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