Affordable Teeth Extraction in Mississauga
Although our permanent teeth are meant to last us a lifetime, however there are several reasons why they don’t. Teeth extractions will be done with great care to minimize pain and we will work with you to help you maintain optimal oral health at Dr. Beena George Dentistry in Mississauga.
Our dedicated staff strive to offer high-quality and exceptional treatment at all times. Please call us at 905-542-9999 to find out more about our services, or to make an appointment with one of our dentists.
Some of the common reasons for teeth extraction are:
Teeth Removal in Mississauga by Skilled Dentists
Composite fillings and root canal therapy can help repair damaged and infected teeth. However, if the infection has reached an advanced stage, antibiotics or root canal therapy may not be able to alleviate it. Under such circumstances, teeth extraction is the only alternative to prevent the spread of infection. Our experienced dentists can help you with teeth extraction if required. We will work with you to maintain good oral hygiene, and provide services including teeth whitening, porcelain veneers, teeth cleaning and polishing.
Avoid Future Dental Problems
Wisdom teeth are the last adult teeth (molar) that grow. Most people have four wisdom teeth. Since wisdom teeth are situated deep within your mouth, quite often they are embedded in the jawbone or gum line and can cause excruciating pain. These teeth are very difficult to clean, which in turn make them highly prone to infections and cavities. If there is a potential for problems, we will recommend removal of your wisdom teeth, and our team will take measures to ensure the procedure is done with minimal pain.
Align your teeth
Crowded teeth are a common consequence of being unable to fit all teeth in your mouth. If you have crooked or crowded teeth and desire to realign them perfectly – contact Dr. Beena George Dentistry in Mississauga.
Both simple and surgical teeth extractions are done at our office. For simple extractions, our dentist will numb the tooth and loosen it with an elevator to remove it. During surgical extractions, we will create a small incision in your gums and extract the underlying tooth.