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Do I need a Tooth Extraction?

A tooth extraction in Denver can be performed for multiple reasons

How do you know if you need a tooth extraction in Denver? Pulling a tooth may be necessary for many reasons, however, they can also be voluntary or requested. The best way to know if you need an extraction is to visit our office for an examination. Just because you may be experiencing severe pain does not necessarily mean we cannot save your tooth. It is important to know that you should always try to save your natural tooth because unlike other body parts, teeth do not grow back. There are many ways to replace it, but it cannot be one hundred percent duplicated. If your tooth has been damaged from severe tooth decay or broken, you could receive a filling, dental crown or another type of treatment. However, if there is too much damage for the tooth to be repaired, then pulling it is probably necessary. If you are experiencing a lot of tooth pain and think a tooth extraction in Denver may be necessary for you, give us a call at (303) 458-7051 so we can get you in as soon as possible.
How do you know if you need a tooth extraction in Denver? Pulling a tooth may be necessary for many reasons, however, they can also be voluntary or requested. The best way to know if you need an extraction is to visit our office for an examination. Just because you may be experiencing severe pain does not necessarily mean we cannot save your tooth. It is important to know that you should always try to save your natural tooth because unlike other body parts, teeth do not grow back. There are many ways to replace it, but it cannot be one hundred percent duplicated. If your tooth has been damaged from severe tooth decay or broken, you could receive a filling, dental crown or another type of treatment. However, if there is too much damage for the tooth to be repaired, then pulling it is probably necessary. If you are experiencing a lot of tooth pain and think a tooth extraction in Denver may be necessary for you, give us a call at (303) 458-7051 so we can get you in as soon as possible.

Pulling a Tooth and Your Options

Consider these things before you pull a tooth in Denver

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Extracted Your Tooth? Now What?

Tooth removal in Denver is an easy procedure to care for

You have completed your tooth extraction, so what happens next? First, it is important to learn about caring for the areas affected by your tooth removal. It is important to rest up for at least 24 hours after a tooth extraction in Denver before getting back to your normal routine. If you need help with ceasing the bleeding of the area, keep gauze handy to place on it while elevating your head. Keep in mind that you will not want to eat foods that require much chewing, in order to heal and not hurt the area. In the first 24 hours after your treatment, you should try not to spit, rinse or drink through a straw. While brushing and flossing your teeth make sure you avoid the area where the extracted tooth once was in order to give it time to heal. Now that you know how to care for yourself after the procedure, you might want to know more about your options for tooth replacement. One of the most preferred ways to replace an extracted tooth is with a dental implant. An implant is an artificial tooth root that can be put in the place of the extracted tooth and used like normal. Dental implants allow you to eat, drink, talk and bite like a real tooth. If you have any questions about a tooth extraction in Denver, please give us a call at (303) 458-7051. We have sedation options available for your procedure as well.
You have completed your tooth extraction, so what happens next? First, it is important to learn about caring for the areas affected by your tooth removal. It is important to rest up for at least 24 hours after a tooth extraction in Denver before getting back to your normal routine. If you need help with ceasing the bleeding of the area, keep gauze handy to place on it while elevating your head. Keep in mind that you will not want to eat foods that require much chewing, in order to heal and not hurt the area. In the first 24 hours after your treatment, you should try not to spit, rinse or drink through a straw. While brushing and flossing your teeth make sure you avoid the area where the extracted tooth once was in order to give it time to heal. Now that you know how to care for yourself after the procedure, you might want to know more about your options for tooth replacement. One of the most preferred ways to replace an extracted tooth is with a dental implant. An implant is an artificial tooth root that can be put in the place of the extracted tooth and used like normal. Dental implants allow you to eat, drink, talk and bite like a real tooth. If you have any questions about a tooth extraction in Denver, please give us a call at (303) 458-7051. We have sedation options available for your procedure as well.
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Don’t Worry, Relax

Our dentist in Denver will make sure you are comfortable

At Retro Dental Group we understand that some don’t particularly enjoy visiting the dentist, and may even fear the office. However, we want you to know that we will do whatever possible to help you get over your dental fear or anxiety. Let us help you feel relaxed and comfortable, so you can receive the treatment you need.

We are available to answer your questions 24/7. Call us now.

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"We Want You To Feel Comfortable and Cared For"

"We Want You To Feel Comfortable and Cared For"

A tooth extraction in Denver at Retro Dental Group is nothing to worry about

"It is my job to take care of each patient that comes into our office with the best service possible. I know teeth pain, swelling, tooth decay, infections, and abscessed teeth can be frustrating to deal with and very painful. I will do my absolute best to make sure I can get you out of pain in no time. The steps involved in removing a tooth are very simple. I look forward to helping you feel better, and getting your smile back to normal."

"It is my job to take care of each patient that comes into our office with the best service possible. I know teeth pain, swelling, tooth decay, infections, and abscessed teeth can be frustrating to deal with and very painful. I will do my absolute best to make sure I can get you out of pain in no time. The steps involved in removing a tooth are very simple. I look forward to helping you feel better, and getting your smile back to normal."

Yvette M.
Registered Dental Assistant
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