Teeth Removal

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Project Description


When it comes to any kind of tooth extraction, the team at Dr. Urszula Barrios’ practice provides a professional and caring atmosphere for all our patients. We know this is a big event in some people’s lives, and we take the work seriously.

As much as possible, we try to save a damaged tooth through procedures such dental filling, root canal, use of a dental crown, or other treatment methods. However, there will be instances when damage to the tooth has become extensive or a tooth has become loose. Then, the only viable option would be tooth extraction or the removal of the damaged tooth from its socket in the bone.

There may also be other cases when a tooth extraction may be needed, such as removing a tooth in order to fit a brace, taking out an extra tooth or a baby tooth, or removing an infected tooth that resulted from a side effect of a medical treatment or therapy.

Whatever the reason requiring teeth removal for Guelph patients, you can be assured that our trained dentists will make this procedure very comfortable and a pleasant experience. Your condition will be thoroughly assessed, and you will be fully aware of the preparation and post-procedure requirements before any actual extraction takes place.

If the need arises, we may request you have an X-ray just to ensure that the whole process will be smooth and efficient. Once an evaluation is done, extraction will take place using all medical resources available, resulting in a successful procedure. We want you to leave our clinic happy and healthier after any treatment.

Forms of Extraction

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Depending on the condition of your mouth and gums, wisdom teeth removal for Guelph clients could either be a simple extraction or one that may require a surgical procedure.

For a damaged tooth that is visible in the mouth but has no complications, merely a simple extraction may be required, using forceps to remove the tooth. A surgical extraction may be needed if the tooth has broken off at the gum line or if it has not yet surfaced. For this complex procedure, our expert dentists and oral surgeons are equipped with the vital knowledge and skills for a successful extraction.

We work hard to ensure a quick recovery without additional complications. For these procedures, a suitable and applicable form of anesthesia will be utilized, after discussing its use with the patient.

For great Guelph dentistry, call Dr. Urszula Barrios’ practice at (519) 767-6453.