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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Tooth Extraction

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At JP Dental, we pride ourselves on educating our patients about dental care so they can be an active participant in their own oral health care. As a patient, you have a right to be informed about your treatment. We make every effort to explain a procedure in enough detail for you to understand why it's important and how it can benefit your oral health.

But you may still have questions, and we've shared a few of those we hear most frequently. We're always here for you, so if you still need more information, please don't hesitate to contact our office.

Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extractions in Hartford CTWe’re committed to helping you keep your teeth for a lifetime. With the help of a wide array of services offered by JP Dental, our goal is to do everything we can to try to save a damaged tooth. Sometimes, however, it may be in the best interest of your overall oral health to remove the tooth

There are several cases where our doctors may determine that extracting a tooth is the best option. A tooth may need to be extracted because it’s severely decayed, damaged by advanced periodontal disease, or compromised in such a way that it cannot be repaired. In other cases, a tooth may need to be removed because it’s poorly positioned in the mouth (such as wisdom teeth) or we are preparing you for orthodontic treatment or complete dentures.

Our doctors have performed many different types of extractions, ranging from the most simple to more advanced cases like removal of impacted wisdom teeth. You can be confident that no matter what type of extraction you require, you will receive compassionate care and support from our dental team.

Nobody likes to think about having a tooth extracted. But our relaxing sedation options and the genuine concern of a caring team will help make your procedure comfortable and stress-free. If you do think you need to have a tooth extracted, please contact our Hartford office to arrange a convenient appointment.

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