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Tooth Extraction Philadelphia PA

Tooth extractions are routine dental procedures that can be performed in just one visit at our Northeast Philadelphia dentist office. When every attempt made to preserve a natural tooth fails, tooth extraction may become a necessity. Tooth extractions are used as a last resort for overcrowded teeth, severely damaged or decayed teeth, or impacted wisdom teeth.

Tooth Extractions: What to Expect

Dr. Drew Shulman makes it his mission to provide comfortable and comprehensive dental care for patients and families. Before treatment, Dr. Shulman will assess your teeth and gums and review restorative options with you. Dr. Shulman may recommend dental implants, dental bridges, or dentures depending on your amount of missing teeth. Implants, bridges, and dentures look and feel natural for patients who have missing teeth from extraction, injury, or genetics. Dental implants, in particular, are stable and durable replacements for natural teeth. Restorative options not only look great but will stabilize your smile after tooth loss and can help improve your oral health.

Patients typically recover from the procedure within a few days of treatment. However, if you experience excessive bleeding or pain, contact us immediately.

Removing Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom molars found in the back of the mouth can often become impacted or cause overcrowding. Patients in their late teens or early 20’s may need to have their wisdom teeth removed because of these dental issues. Before removal, Dr. Shulman will assess your teeth and gums to determine whether your wisdom teeth need to be removed. This routine procedure can often be completed in our Philadelphia area office.

Schedule an Appointment

Do you have a decayed or damaged tooth? Maybe your wisdom teeth are coming in and you’ve noticed overcrowding. Call Dr. Shulman for a consultation to evaluate your needs and discuss treatment options. Contact us at (215) 372-1142.