Tooth Extraction Columbia MD

If you have a problem tooth, we can determine if it can be restored with root canal therapy. However, if a tooth extraction is necessary, we will work with you to create a custom comfortable general dental treatment plan.

Dr. Sulekha Agrawal offers tooth extractions in her Columbia, MD dental office. Typically, tooth extractions may be completed in just one visit to Columbia Family Dental Care. Dr. Agrawal also offers dental sedation so patients feel comfortable and relaxed during treatment. Tooth extraction may become necessary to remove infected, overcrowded, or severely damaged teeth. Wisdom tooth extractions are also some of the most common extraction procedures.

Remove Wisdom Teeth in Columbia, Maryland

Removing Wisdom Teeth in Columbia, MD

One of the most common types of tooth extractions is wisdom teeth removal. Wisdom teeth typically come in when patients are in their late teens or early twenties. If you feel pain behind your molars, Dr. Agrawal can take x-rays of your teeth to see how the wisdom teeth are coming in.

In some cases, wisdom teeth are impacted and need to be removed. When wisdom teeth are impacted, they are stuck below the surface of the gums and cannot erupt properly. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, infection, and swelling. If you need a wisdom tooth extraction, Dr. Agrawal will discuss how many wisdom teeth she will remove and will give you post-op care instructions. Patients who undergo wisdom teeth extraction require someone to drive them to and from their appointment.

Restoring Missing Teeth

If we extract infected or damaged teeth that need to be replaced, we offer dental implants and implant-secured dental restorations. Once the tooth socket is fully healed and healthy, we can begin implant treatment. We always ensure that patients have gums and teeth free from infection before dental restorations. This ensures that the implants do not fail.

Single dental implants help support the jaw structure and prevent teeth from shifting to accommodate for the tooth gap. Dental bridges or dentures may be supported by dental implants to replace multiple missing teeth. These implant restorations help maintain a healthy face shape and make it easier to bite and chew.