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Anxiety-free Tooth Extraction & Wisdom Tooth Removal

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When is Tooth Extraction Necessary?

Tooth extraction is a common dental procedure aimed at removing teeth that are damaged, decayed, or causing crowding. Our approach combines advanced techniques with a compassionate touch, offering a pain-free experience to our patients.

There are several scenarios where tooth extraction becomes necessary:

  • Severe Tooth Decay: When a tooth is beyond repair.
  • Periodontal Disease: Advanced gum disease can lead to tooth loss.
  • Dental Trauma: Accidents that severely damage teeth.
  • Orthodontic Preparation: Removing teeth to make space for alignment.
  • Impacted Wisdom Teeth: Wisdom teeth that don't emerge properly can cause pain and lead to infection.

The Tooth Extraction Process

At Grace Dental Care, patient comfort is a cornerstone of our practice. We understand the anxiety associated with dental procedures and strive to create a relaxed, supportive environment. Our team is always available to address your concerns and provide reassurance throughout your treatment journey.

  1. Consultation and Examination: We start with a comprehensive examination to determine the best course of action.
  2. Personalized Treatment Plan: Based on your specific needs, we develop a personalized treatment plan, ensuring you are informed and comfortable with each step.
  3. Pain Management: Using local anesthesia and relaxing sedation options, we ensure a pain-free procedure.
  4. Extraction Procedure: Our experienced dentists perform the extraction with precision and care.
  5. Aftercare Guidance: Post-extraction, we provide detailed aftercare instructions to promote healing and prevent complications.
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Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom tooth removal is a specialized form of tooth extraction. These third molars often become problematic when they are impacted, misaligned, or cause crowding. Our team is adept at handling even the most complex cases of wisdom tooth removal, ensuring minimal discomfort and quick recovery.

Having Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

1. Initial Examination

We begin with a detailed examination, including X-rays or 3D imaging, to assess the position and condition of your wisdom teeth.

2. Personalized Treatment Planning

Based on the examination, we create a tailored treatment plan, discussing all steps and answering any questions.

3. Sedation Options

For your comfort, various sedation options are available to ensure a pain-free experience.

4. Precise Removal

Our skilled dentists perform the extraction with precision, using advanced techniques to minimize discomfort and speed up recovery.

5. Post-Procedure Care

We provide comprehensive aftercare instructions and necessary follow-ups to ensure a smooth healing process.

Sedation Dentistry for Painless Extractions

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Dr. Avinash Cherian

I’m thrilled to serve my patients each day, I can personally ensure they receive the individual attention they deserve – but don’t always get at those big dental offices!
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Dr. Lawrence Lambroia

I’m so proud to have served my community for over 40 years, creating generations of healthy smiles in East Meadow and the surrounding areas!
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Personalized Service

Every patient has unique dental needs and preferences, so we tailor our treatments to each individual. At Grace Dental Care, you're not just a patient but part of our dental family. Each smile we care for is a testament to our commitment to quality and the trust our patients place in us.

Specialized Care

From natural-looking dental implants and precise tooth extractions to advanced oral surgery and custom-fitted dentures, our expertise covers a broad spectrum. For those who may experience anxiety or need extensive dental work, we provide IV sedation dentistry for a comfortable and stress-free experience.

Enjoy Expert Specialty Dentistry from a Team that Truly Cares

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Personalized Care

Every patient has unique needs and goals. Our team takes the time to understand your situation and recommend the best solution for you, your smile, and your lifestyle.

Advanced Technology

We strive to raise the bar. By staying up-to-date on the latest in dental technology, techniques, and training, we ensure precise, efficient, and comfortable procedures.
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Flexible Financing

Everyone deserves a smile they can be proud of. We offer financing solutions and flexible payment options to take the stress out of your treatment experience. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I eat normally after a tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal?

Directly after the procedure, stick to soft foods and avoid hot liquids. Gradually reintroduce solid foods as your extraction site heals.

How long does it take to recover from a tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal?

Recovery typically takes a few days. Most patients can resume normal activities within a day, but it's important to avoid strenuous activity for a short period to aid healing.

What can I expect during recovery from a tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal?

Post-procedure, you can expect some swelling and mild discomfort, which can be managed with pain relief medication. It's important to follow aftercare instructions, including dietary adjustments and oral hygiene practices, to ensure a smooth healing process.

Is the tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal process painful?

At Grace Dental Care, we use local anesthesia and offer IV sedation to ensure a comfortable, pain-free experience. You might feel pressure during the procedure, but not pain.

How do I prepare for a tooth extraction or wisdom tooth removal?

Preparation involves a dental examination, possibly including X-rays. It's important to discuss your medical history and any medications with your dentist. You should also arrange for someone to drive you home if you'll be receiving sedation.

What are wisdom teeth and why might they need to be removed?

Wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last set of teeth to develop. They may need removal if they are impacted, misaligned, causing overcrowding, or leading to dental problems like pain or infection.

What is a tooth extraction and when is it necessary?

A tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. It's necessary in cases of severe tooth decay, infection, dental trauma, or overcrowding, and as part of orthodontic treatment.

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