Sometimes, a tooth must be pulled. We know this isn’t a pleasant experience, but we do our best to help keep your child comfortable while performing the necessary extraction.
Let’s discuss some of the situations when your child might need to get their teeth pulled, as well as what you should expect during and after the procedure.
There are several reasons why your child may need to get teeth extracted, including:
Whenever possible, we’ll try to resolve issues in a way that preserves as much of their natural tooth material as possible, such as with crowns or fillings. If that’s not possible, the dentist will let you know why an extraction is necessary.
You shouldn’t be worried when bringing your child to our office for a tooth extraction. This is a common procedure, and we do our best to keep the child comfortable while they get their tooth pulled.
After the procedure, there may be some bleeding. We’ll provide them with gauze that can stanch this. Generally, it should take one or two weeks for the area to heal.
If your child experiences prolonged or severe pain, swelling, bleeding, or fever, call our office immediately.
Morton Dental Center is here for you. We help patients in the area get state-of-the-art dental care, and we do it with an emphasis on comfort.
Whether you have any questions you’d like to ask, or you want to book an appointment with us, please reach out using the information found on the contact page.