When it comes to a Tooth Extraction, Time is of the Essence

Tooth ExtractionWhen a tooth has suffered trauma, excessive disease or extreme tooth decay and the infection in the tooth threatens to spread to other parts of the mouth, fillings or even root canals may no longer be a possibility. A tooth extraction may be necessary. And time is of the essence. So ditch that “wait and see” approach and schedule an appointment with your dentist as soon as possible. Depending on the circumstances, putting off your dental visit could make the situation worse.

Don’t risk your health; visit your dentist as soon as possible. He/she will be able to diagnose the problem and provide the best course of action. And if the best course of action is a tooth extraction, don’t worry. This isn’t the 17th century. A tooth extraction is a pain free procedure (thank you anesthetic) out-patient procedure. You will be back to your normal self before you know it.

Tooth Extractions in Annapolis

At Annapolis Dental Care, you can rest assured that you will receive the finest, personalized, attention you deserve. We offer multiple anesthetic options to help you relax during the procedure, allowing you to virtually sleep through the extraction. Then, once the procedure is over, we will clearly outline an oral health routine for you to follow to minimize pain as your mouth heals. This will include:

  1. Taking painkillers as prescribed.
  2. Rinsing your mouth with saltwater several times a day for the first 24 hours after surgery.
  3. Eating only soft foods.
  4. Avoiding touching or rubbing the affected area with your tongue.
  5. Avoiding physical activity after surgery.
  6. Refraining from smoking.
  7. Carefully brushing your teeth and tongue.

If you have any questions about Tooth Extractions in Annapolis or if you wish to schedule an appointment, please contact Annapolis Dental Care by calling (410) 267-0766 or visit AnnapolisDentalCare.com today! You can also follow Annapolis Dental Care on FacebookTwitter, and Google+.

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