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Tooth Extractions
Comfort Family Dental offers tooth extractions to remove and replace teeth that are decayed, damaged, or causing crowding.

Tooth Extractions in Shrewsbury, NJ- Wisdom Teeth Removal

At Comfort Family Dental, our dental team is committed to protecting the health of your teeth using preventive measures such as regular cleaning and restorative treatments such as fillings and crowns, but in some cases, tooth extraction is the only way to protect your other teeth from getting damaged. Our expert tooth extraction dentist in Shrewsbury, New Jersey knows exactly how to efficiently extract your teeth and keep your beautiful smile intact!  With advanced training in tooth exodontia, we have become one of the premier providers of wisdom teeth removal in Shrewsbury and surrounding communities.  

Shrewsbury Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth refer to our third molars that erupt after the rest of your adult teeth. They usually appear when people reach the age of about 17 to 25 years.  

Because they appear late, there is often not enough space for them to grow properly. This leads to several complications such as:

  • Damage to the neighboring teeth
  • Gum Tissues Infection
  • The wisdom teeth stuck in the gum tissues and bone
  • Cyst Formation
  • Damaged jawbone
  • Periodontal disease
  • Disruption to the teeth alignment

Not all wisdom teeth require extractions, but when these complications arise, our dentist recommends removing them to ease your discomfort.

Shrewsbury Tooth Extraction Procedure

We start our tooth extraction procedure by making sure that our patient is comfortable. We administer the appropriate level of anesthetic to suit your health and make the process as painless for you as possible. At Comfort Family Dental, our patients and their comfort are our top most priority and, therefore, our experienced Shrewsbury tooth extraction dentist makes sure that your concerns are heard throughout the procedure.

We will gently extract your tooth, clean, and seal the site with stitches, if required. After the procedure is over, we give you instructions on how to take care of your extraction site. Your dentist will also schedule a follow-up appointment with you to examine your healing progress.

Tooth extraction can be traumatic for some people, but we make sure that you always have the necessary information you need to make a right decision regarding your oral health.

Contact Us to Schedule Your Appointment

If tooth pain is affecting your quality of life, scheduling a consultation with our Shrewsbury dental team can help you determine your most appropriate form of treatment. To learn more about our tooth extraction services in Shrewsbury, contact our practice today and schedule your appointment.  

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