Remove problem teeth for a healthier mouth and a smile you will love
There are a number of reasons for a tooth needing extraction. These reasons include: broken teeth, decay, gum disease, overcrowding, and problematic wisdom teeth. A quick and painless extraction can fix these issues and restore the health and appearance of your teeth.
Why choose us for your dental care?
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED & DEDICATED GENERAL DENTISTS
PREVENT INFECTION, REDUCE OVERCROWDING
MAKE ROOM FOR A HEALTHY DENTAL IMPLANT
Tooth Extractions Braintree, MA
At Allen Dental Associates, we know there are a number of reasons as to why a tooth extraction may become necessary. Our highly trained professionals are there to help you achieve a healthier mouth and a great smile. Here’s what you can expect from a tooth extraction with us:
- Fast and comfortable treatment
- Treatment using the latest technology and most advanced techniques
- Treatment administered by our highly trained doctors
When a tooth is damaged, broken, or decayed it can often be fixed with a filling, crown, or other reparative procedure. However, if preserving the natural tooth is not an option, we will need to extract the tooth. Extraction involves the removal of the tooth from its socket in the jawbone.
Who is this treatment for?
If you have the following and other reparative procedures have been exhausted you will require an extraction:
- broken teeth
- decayed teeth
- gum disease
- problematic wisdom teeth
- overcrowded mouth
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have broken teeth, decayed teeth, gum disease, an overcrowded mouth, or problematic wisdom teeth and we have exhausted all other reparative measures, a tooth extraction will be necessary.
It’s our goal to make every patient as comfortable as possible. We will work with you to find out what your needs are prior to treatment in order to make a treatment plan. Anesthesia will be used in order to make it a painless procedure however, the affected area may be sore following treatment.
Many insurance plan include covering a portion of tooth extractions. With that being said, insurance companies work on a case-by-case basis. To get a full explanation of your coverage, please contact your provider directly.