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Need a Tooth Extraction In Plano? Here’s Why!

Did you know that some lucky people go through life without ever developing their wisdom teeth? Of course, a lack of wisdom teeth doesn’t mean being short on wisdom, although most people would gladly trade a little wisdom to avoid having their teeth extracted!

Regardless of why you need tooth extraction in Plano, we understand that it can be a daunting procedure! So we’re here to explain how it can actually benefit you in the long run. You’ll also learn about some of the most common reasons for needing an extraction and what the procedure will be like. Keep reading to learn more!

Why Does Your Tooth Need To Come Out?

Here are several common reasons you may need an extraction:

What Can You Expect From the Procedure?

Rest assured that the process of an extraction is much quicker and easier than most people expect! For a simple (non-surgical) extraction, here are the basic steps:

You may have heard stories about the dreaded “dry socket” that can happen after an extraction, but thankfully, this only happens in about 3-4% of all cases.

Getting an extraction is one of those procedures that sounds worse than it is, but in the end, you’ll be glad you did it!

About the Author

Dr. Christopher Pollard and Dr. Bhavita Patel are general, restorative and cosmetic dentists who have performed countless extractions. They know it can be upsetting to hear that a tooth needs to come out, so they always make their patients as comfortable as possible through every step of the process. If you have any questions, they can be reached via their website or at (972) 954-2643.

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