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Tooth Extractions – Flower Mound, TX

Stress-Free Tooth Removal

No one likes the idea of having a tooth removed (especially Dr. Song), but this is often the best solution if a tooth is so damaged or decayed that it cannot be restored. Should you ever need a tooth extraction, you can trust that Dr. Song will make the process as comfortable as possible. Thanks to his decades of experience, most patients describe feeling practically nothing while in the chair. Then, he can provide a number of replacement options to fill any gaps in the smile. Do you have a problem tooth that might need to come out? If so, give us a call today to discuss tooth extractions in Flower Mound, TX.

Man holding cheek in need of tooth extraction

Why Choose Bridlewood Dental for Tooth Extractions?

Why You Might Need a Tooth Extraction

X-ray of damaged tooth that needs to be extracted

Dr. Song usually recommends removing a tooth if:

Caring for Your Teeth After an Extraction

Woman receiving dental exam after tooth extraction

While the extraction process itself is usually pain-free, afterward, a little bleeding and swelling in the area is normal. Dr. Song will dress the treatment site with some gauze, and any lingering discomfort can be easily managed with an OTC pain-reliever. Initially, a patient should relax for about a day so a blood clot can form, which will allow the area to quickly heal. To speed up this process, a patient should stick to soft foods for a few days and avoid using a straw, chewing near the extracted tooth, or smoking.

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