Tooth Extraction Sarasota FL

Do you have one or more cavities? Is extensive tooth damage causing discomfort and pain? At Integrated Dental, we provide dental extractions to help patients with severe decay, impaction, and damage. Many patients may think that extractions are highly painful, uncomfortable treatments. However, we use anesthesia and dental sedation for pain-free treatment.

We also monitor patients throughout treatment to ensure their comfort. Learn more about what happens during tooth extraction treatment in our Sarasota, FL office and why extractions are important for some patients.

Tooth Extractions in Sarasota, Florida

Reasons for Tooth Extractions

There are several reasons why we may recommend a dental extraction:

  • Tooth Decay: Many patients who develop tooth decay also develop cavities, pits, or holes in the tooth enamel. Our team can provide root canal treatment to remove infected nerves and tissue from a tooth and seal it with a dental filling. However, we may recommend an extraction if we cannot save a tooth with a root canal.
  • Impacted Teeth: Tooth impaction occurs when a tooth is stuck in the gums or bone. Impacted teeth can damage other teeth and lead to severe pain. Typically, wisdom teeth become impacted and require removal.
  • Tooth Damage: If patients have severe tooth damage, we may also extract a tooth. Impaction and infection can make it painful for patients to eat and speak. Removing and replacing damaged teeth can rebalance the bite and relieve pain.

Tooth Extractions in Sarasota, FL

We ensure patient comfort throughout their extraction treatment. If patients require a simple extraction, we numb the tooth with a local anesthetic and remove the tooth. Simple extractions remove teeth above the gum line.

However, if patients have a tooth that is at or below the gum line, we will need to perform a complex dental extraction. We will use anesthetic and dental sedation so patients will not feel any pain during their treatment. 

Once patients have healed from their extraction, we often recommend dental implants or implant-secured restorations. However, we can also provide traditional dental bridges and dentures. These restorations make it easier for patients to eat the foods they love and restore their smile’s appearance. 

Request a Dental Appointment

Do you need a dental extraction but fear tooth pain? Contact our dental office for comfortable care today at 941-270-9755 or schedule your next dental visit on our website.