We will do all we can to save a tooth and we have a range of dental experts on hand to support this. When necessary though, our tooth extractions are carried out with the greatest of care; with your comfort as our number one priority.
Although permanent teeth can last a lifetime, teeth that have become damaged may need to be removed or extracted. There are lots of reasons to remove a tooth, such as tooth decay, problematic wisdom teeth or to make room for orthodontic treatment.
Before removing the tooth/teeth, we will discuss the procedure and check your medical history to ensure it is safe to do go ahead. We use a local anesthetic to numb the area of the tooth to be removed.
More complex or surgical extractions are sometimes required – our team of experts will always ensure that removing teeth is made as comfortable for you as possible.
During your visit, your dentist will outline the options available to suit your needs and budget, as well as providing you with a bespoke treatment plan. We understand the importance of making our dental care available to everybody – that’s why we offer finance options, to spread the cost of your treatment and monthly plans, to cover the cost of your routine dental care.
Despite this, strict disinfection and compliance guidelines mean that we’re restricted on the number of patients we can see and the type of treatments that we can provide.
We will contact you in due course if; while we were closed your dental treatment was disrupted, you are due a routine appointment or you had an appointment cancelled.
Please still call the practice if you have a dental emergency.
Your visit to us will look different to what you’re used to – please watch the video below for important information regarding your appointment.