Naturally, you want to keep all your teeth as long as possible. However, if you do need a tooth removed, you can trust the team at Oasis Dental to do the job as gently as possible. We’re experts at Vancouver tooth removal. Our treatment can help you:
- Put an end to your dental pain so you can relax
- Prevent further damage to your other teeth and gums
- Avoid the need for more extensive dental work
- Make biting and chewing comfortable again
Call us today if you think you need a tooth removed: 360-226-8264. You’ll find our office on Southeast 15th Street, not far from Big Al’s. We’re open for both early morning and evening appointments. In addition, there’s a number on our answering machine message to reach a dentist after hours.
Relax & Leave Your Tooth Extraction to Us
We’ll always try to save a patient’s damaged tooth, as it’s best to leave a natural tooth in place whenever possible. However, if it can’t be saved or if leaving it in could put other teeth and gums at risk for disease, it is better to remove it.
In those cases, there’s no better place to go than Oasis Dental. Our team has removed many teeth over the years, so you can feel confident in our abilities. We can also extract your wisdom teeth, whether they are impacted or not. Plus, if you’re nervous about your procedure, you’ll have your choice of sedation options:
- Inhaled sedation with laughing gas
- Oral conscious sedation in pill form
- IV sedation that will put you in a “twilight” state
We’ll make sure you’re completely numb and relaxed before any work is done.
Replace Your Missing Tooth For Best Results
After your tooth extraction, we will probably recommend that you replace your missing tooth as soon as possible. Without a tooth in place, your other teeth can shift positions, potentially causing bite problems. You can replace your tooth with a:
- Dental Implant and Crown – This is the preferred method of tooth replacement for one missing tooth. The implant acts as a substitute tooth root and helps keep your jawbone healthy.
- Bridge – You can get either a traditional bridge or a cantilever bridge to fill the gap in your smile and make it easier to chew.
If you’re having multiple teeth removed, you have several replacement options available, including implant-supported bridges, implant-supported full arches, implant-supported dentures, and traditional dentures.