Dental Tooth Extraction in Florence, KY
Feel Peaceful During Tooth Extractions
Healthy Smiles for the Tri-State Community.
Feeling hesitant or anxious is normal when your dentist recommends an unusual or serious dental procedure. Dental Center of Florence is here to put your fears at ease by performing safe and comfortable root canals in Florence, KY. Our many offices throughout the state feature the accommodations children and adults need to feel secure. Our dentists carefully perform extractions with sanitized equipment and strict adherence to safety procedures. Feel confident in your procedure.
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Improve Oral Health and Prevent Infection
Our Process Will Put You at Ease
Our dentists may recommend a tooth extraction if you suffer from severe infection, crowding, misalignment or if your teeth are blocking another tooth from erupting. We only recommend extraction as a last resort, or in urgent dental health situations. Have no fear: extractions sound scarier than they actually are. Developments in dental technology have made extractions safer than ever before. We apply a comforting general anesthetic to numb the targeted area and carefully remove the tooth, relieving you of chronic pain and discomfort. You'll thrive after receiving an extraction.
How to Recover From a Tooth Extraction
Our dentists recommend treating the affected area gently and with the needed care after your extraction. Doing so will quicken the recovery process and reduce complications, so you can get back to your normal activities.
Make sure to eat soft, nutritious foods and consume plenty of water during your recovery. You can brush and floss your teeth as usual but avoid brushing the targeted area until it is sufficiently healed. Thoroughly rinse and wash your mouth with water 12 hours after your procedure and do so three times a day until it's fully healed to keep the area clean.
Schedule a follow-up exam if you experience continued pain, soreness or inflammation after recovery. Our team will assess your mouth, find the cause of your continual pain and develop a treatment to get you back to normal.