Tooth Extraction

Don’t ignore the signs of a badly decaying or infected tooth. Our dentist can help you determine if extraction is necessary.

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Safe and Professional Tooth Extractions in Nepean

Tooth removal is always the last resort for resolving a dental issue, but certain complications can make it impossible to retain your existing natural tooth. If your dental condition is at a point where you need a tooth extraction in Nepean, you need not worry with U Dental here to provide you with the best care.

Our dentist places great importance on patient education and helps you understand your dental extraction procedure. We walk you through every step of your treatment, inform you about the use of anesthetics, and do everything to ensure your comfort before, during, and after your tooth extraction. If you are not sure about dental extraction and are feeling uneasy, let our experienced dentist help you get all the information you need. Call us to schedule your visit.

Why You Shouldn’t Delay Tooth Extraction

The thought of having your tooth removed can feel like a nightmare, but it’s not! If you are bearing tooth and mouth pain and delaying extraction, removing the problem tooth can be painful for a while but ultimately relieves the incessant pain. At U Dental, our priority is to always save your natural teeth and even if you have to remove your teeth, our dentist can suggest many tooth replacement options according to your unique dental needs.

Reasons to Get Tooth Extraction

Over the years, we have performed tooth extractions for patients with tooth decay, dental trauma, poor oral hygiene, and gum disease. Some common dental problems that warrant a tooth extraction include:


  • Severe tooth decay due to delay in the treatment of a cavity.

  • Tooth damage that goes up to its pulp and can’t be repaired or has a risk of infection.

  • A severe dental abscess, an infection at the root and tissue.

  • Impacted wisdom teeth or teeth overcrowding causing discomfort.

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