Tooth removal may call for a surgical extraction – where the dental surgeon needs to remove bone or gum tissue to extract the tooth – or a simpler extraction if the tooth is visible above the gum line. After an examination, our dental team will tell you if they recommend tooth extraction and which methods they propose.

Wisdom Teeth Extractions

Wisdom teeth are often removed if the tooth is impacted or infected, or if it causes pain or discomfort in your jaw or in the surrounding gums or teeth. Partially erupted wisdom teeth are especially difficult to clean. We use state-of-the-art technology and cutting-edge equipment to perform wisdom tooth extractions.

Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy involves removing injured, infected, or dead pulp from your tooth. The canal is then cleaned and filled with soft dental pulp before it is sealed. This prevents the tooth from getting re-infected. With root canal therapy, the tooth can be saved rather than extracted.