Emergency Tooth Extraction Near Me, Kaneohe HI
At our practice, we offer tooth extraction as a method of treatment for patients with severe pain. Our qualified dentist will carefully extract the affected teeth and help you get relief. We also can recommend an ideal dental procedure to protect or replace the extracted tooth – so your comfort is assured!
What is an Emergency Tooth Extraction?
An emergency tooth extraction is needed when it is unavoidable that a tooth is taken out within 24 to 48 hours. Here are some signs that you need an emergency tooth extraction:
- If you have severe tooth sensitivity or pain in your teeth and gums.
- If your teeth are loose.
- There is white fluid in your mouth.
- Discoloration of your teeth.
- Painful swelling that makes it hard for you to open your mouth.
Procedure for Emergency Tooth Extraction
The extraction process for a tooth is different depending on the reason why it needs to be removed. For instance, removal of a decayed tooth can be rather direct, while taking out an impacted wisdom tooth can require more work and time. However, both situations require the care of an oral surgeon.
Our oral surgeon might have to cut your gums in order to take out the impacted or broken-off teeth that are beneath them during this procedure or if there is no other option left but emergency extraction – you will feel nothing at all! The dental specialist starts by giving you a shot of local anesthesia so that they area where they need remove your teeth becomes numb completely before making even just one tiny cut below your gum line where he/she will then extract what was originally extracted with ease.
However, you may not require stitches to seal the incision. You will not feel any pain during this oral surgery, but you might feel pressure. One of the reasons that emergency oral surgery is performed is to relieve pain. The recovery process only takes a couple of days, and our team of experts will ensure that you have the medication you need.
Contact Us Today
Contact us today at our practice to schedule a simple consultation. Our specialists will be happy to meet with you and determine how we can help you.