Tooth extraction in comfort
When you are looking into teeth replacement -for a single tooth or multiple teeth- a dental extraction procedure may be the first step.
Dental extraction is a procedure to remove a single damaged or hopeless tooth, multiple teeth or a set of terminal teeth. When you are looking into teeth replacement (for a single or multiple teeth), a dental extraction procedure may be the first step, or at the same time as an immediate implant replacement. At Complete Implant and Sedation Dentistry, we have extensive experience in tooth extractions and minor oral surgery, and qualifications and expertise in IV Sedation Dentistry, to ensure patient comfort.
Due to our expertise, we also receive referrals from other dental clinics for their patients’ complex or surgical extraction needs.
Tooth extraction is always done based on a full assessment. Our dentist team will discuss any options to save your teeth, and your options for teeth replacement, including in-house implant and anaesthetic options.
Types Of Dental Extraction
If a tooth has been diagnosed as hopeless (such as hopeless level of tooth decay, fracture or infection), extraction is required. An extraction can be either a simple extraction, a sectional removal (removal in pieces), or a surgical tooth removal (involving surgery in the gum or bone to deliver the tooth). A surgical removal is sometimes required for impacted teeth (those which are stuck under the gum or at the wrong angle), or teeth that are so badly broken down that they cannot be removed simply.
Our focus at Complete is on “atraumatic tooth extraction”, that is techniques that are minimally invasive, and which best preserve the original form of the surrounding bone and gum. We use a range of gentle extraction techniques, aiming for efficient and comfortable tooth extractions. Where required, we can help preserve the underlying gum and bone tissue, and optimise healing using bone graft, gum graft, collagen dressing or L-PRF dressing.
If you suffer from an impacted wisdom tooth, we can also help you with wisdom tooth extraction under IV Sedation. With IV sedation you can comfortably sleep your way through wisdom teeth extractions without any anxiety, memory or pain.
Dental Implants And Tooth Extraction
If you are looking at replacing teeth that are to be extracted with dental implants, we always recommend you consult us first because we often can save you time and procedures by placing the implant at the same time as the extraction.
Dr Habibi of Complete Implants has experience in the thousands of “immediate implants” placed at the time of dental extraction, meaning faster, reliable and aesthetic replacement outcomes for patients – even in cases of root canal infection or bone deficiency, pending clinical suitability.
Where relevant, we will use 3D imagery to simulate and visualise your jaw bone and new teeth prior to the procedure, to best plan your procedure.
Why Select Complete?
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Implant & Sedation Dentistry
116 Churchill Avenue,
Subiaco WA 6008