Teeth Extractions

Teeth Extractions in Yonge and Eglinton

Teeth Extractions in yonge and eglinton

Nothing is better than your natural teeth. This is why at Eglinton Dental Clinic, we do everything possible to save all your natural teeth; however, sometimes, getting your teeth extracted is the only option left to restore your oral health and prevent future problems. Need Emergency Tooth Extraction call us now 

Tooth removal is the complete removal of a tooth. Getting a tooth pulled is never a pleasant thing, but 50% of adults have had at least one of their teeth pulled in their lifetime, and this is why we offer teeth extractions in Yonge and Eglinton area.

Teeth Extractions

Painless tooth extraction

Our doctors will do everything in their power to save your teeth with root canals, crowns, or fillings. If your tooth cannot be saved, extraction is the very last option. During your tooth extraction in Yonge and Eglinton, you will be numbed using a local anesthetic that prevents you from feeling pain during the procedure. You will only feel pressure. 

We provide high-quality dental extraction services in a relaxing, comfortable environment, so feel free to come to see us. Contact Us

Common reasons for a tooth extraction

  • Removal of baby teeth: this is necessary if a primary tooth is preventing or affecting the normal eruption of a permanent tooth.
  • Extensive decay/ trauma: when your tooth is decayed or broken to the point that it cannot be saved.
  • Impacted teeth: this is common with wisdom teeth and happens when you do not have enough space for the tooth to grow properly. Impacted teeth will cause problems to your adjacent teeth such as cavities and lead to crowding and a bite shift.
  • Advanced gum disease
  • Implant Placement; this will be done if most of your teeth are non-restorable and the best option left is doing an implant-supported restoration.
  • Orthodontics; when your teeth are overcrowded sometimes the only option is to pull some of them out before aligning the remaining teeth.

Your tooth will be extracted surgically or non-surgically, depending on how complex the case is.