At Hines Dentistry, we understand that the decision to undergo a tooth extraction can be a significant one. We are committed to providing professional and compassionate care for patients who require this procedure. Tooth extraction is sometimes necessary to resolve severe tooth damage, decay or for orthodontic reasons, and our dentist and team ensures the process is as comfortable and efficient as possible.

When Tooth Extraction Is Needed

There are several instances where tooth extraction in Charlotte, North Carolina, may be the best course of action for maintaining your oral health. These include:

  • Severe tooth decay or infection that cannot be resolved with a filling or crown
  • Impacted wisdom teeth causing pain or potential for misalignment
  • Preparation for orthodontic treatment requiring additional space in the mouth
  • Teeth that are fractured below the gum line

Our Approach to Tooth Extraction

Our process begins with a thorough examination, including X-rays, to determine the most effective and safe method for extraction. We provide local anesthesia to ensure your comfort during the procedure. Our skilled dental professionals use precise techniques to minimize discomfort and promote a quick recovery.

Aftercare for Tooth Extraction

Post-extraction, we provide detailed aftercare instructions to ensure a smooth and speedy healing process. This includes guidance on managing discomfort, maintaining oral hygiene and diet recommendations to aid healing.

Benefits of Tooth Extraction

  • Alleviates pain and discomfort from the affected tooth
  • Prevents further oral health complications
  • Can improve overall dental alignment and health
  • Promotes a healthier oral environment

Schedule Your Consultation

If you are experiencing dental pain or have been advised to consider tooth extraction, contact Hines Dentistry today at 704-366-3526 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Drew Hines. We are here to guide you through the process with care and expertise, ensuring your comfort and health are our top priorities.