Sometimes, even the best care can’t save a tooth. That’s where our tooth extraction services come in, offering a solution to various dental issues. At Beecroft Smiles, we understand the importance of a smooth and comfortable experience throughout the process.

Why Extractions Might Be Needed?

Think of it like a relaxing nap. A qualified professional administers a safe medication through a tiny needle in your arm, making you feel

Making room for orthodontic treatment

Straightening your smile sometimes requires creating space for permanent teeth.

Trauma or damage

Accidents happen, and sometimes a tooth can't be repaired.


When a cavity becomes too extensive to save the tooth


To prevent the spread of infection in severe cases

Extra teeth

Sometimes, wisdom teeth or other extras need to go.


When there's simply not enough space for all your pearly whites.


What to Expect

At Beecroft Smiles, we utilize advanced technology and compassionate care to ensure your extraction is as comfortable as possible. Here’s what you can expect

Thorough consultation

We’ll discuss all options and confirm extraction is necessary before proceeding

Comfortable numbing

Local anesthesia numbs the area, minimizing pain during the procedure. For anxious patients, we offer sedation options to ensure a stress-free experience

Simple or complex extraction

Depending on the tooth’s location and condition, we’ll use the appropriate technique

Clear aftercare instructions

We’ll guide you through the healing process and answer any questions you may have

Ready to ditch the fear and smile with confidence?

Contact Beecroft Smiles today! We’ll answer your questions and guide you through the process. Don’t let dental anxiety hold you back!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Tooth Extraction

Recovery from a tooth extraction typically takes about 1 to 2 weeks, although individual healing times may vary based on factors such as the complexity of the extraction and the individual’s overall health.

The level of pain experienced during a tooth extraction can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the procedure, the individual’s pain tolerance, and the effectiveness of anesthesia or sedation used. While some discomfort and swelling are common after the procedure, dentists typically provide pain medication to manage any post-extraction pain.

During a tooth extraction, the dentist or oral surgeon numbs the area with local anesthesia and then loosens the tooth using specialized instruments before removing it from the socket. In some cases, stitches may be needed to close the extraction site.

The healing time for a socket after a tooth extraction varies but typically takes about 7 to 10 days for the initial healing process. Over the next few weeks, the socket will gradually fill in with new bone and soft tissue, resulting in complete healing over several months. It’s essential to follow post-extraction care instructions provided by the dentist to promote proper healing and prevent complications.