Experience Lasting Pain Relief with Wisdom Tooth Extractions

When a tooth becomes loose, impacted, or painful, the discomfort becomes too much. Usually, most folks will wait for the tooth to fall out, but there are times when this doesn’t happen, and the problematic tooth can begin to cause more severe issues. That’s why Dr. Alireza Farkhondeh (Dr. Far) and Dr. Wang at The Hope Dental Care Center in Kanata, Ontario, have the expertise in cases like third molar extractions (also known as wisdom tooth surgery).

When Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

Doctor with Patient in Clinic

Apart from impacted wisdom teeth, there are many other reasons for extraction. If a tooth has been severely damaged, either by decay or trauma, it may not be possible to repair it, and tooth extraction may be the only option. If a tooth has been broken, Dr. Farkhondeh or Dr. Wang will evaluate the extent of the damage and determine whether the tooth can be saved. If not possible, the only option may be to extract it.

Gum disease can also lead to tooth loss. When plaque and bacteria build up around the gums, it can cause inflammation, leading to periodontal (gum) disease. This condition causes the gums to separate from the teeth, leading to infection and, eventually, tooth loss. In such cases, tooth extraction may be necessary to prevent the infection from spreading.

At The Hope Dental Care Centre, we understand that tooth extractions are not pleasant to think about. That is why we strive to make the process as comfortable as possible for our patients. We use advanced diagnostic tools to detect any issues and accurately use the latest approaches to ensure minimal discomfort. We also offer sedation services for those who need it to help put patients at ease. So, if you need a tooth extraction, don’t hesitate to contact us. We offer compassionate and quality care to ensure a positive experience.

Don’t Delay

Whether you are suffering from a damaged tooth or throbbing and aching, at The Hope Dental Care Centre, relief is just a phone call away. Call us at (343) 803-6333 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Far.