Tooth Extractions - Brooklyn, NY

Living with a Toothache?

Rid Your Smile of Infection and Pain

If you’ve ever suffered from a severely decayed tooth, you’re well aware of the trouble it brings. Everyday activities like speaking, eating, drinking, or sleeping can become nearly impossible. Dr. Saleh Elahwal and Dr. Germain Jean-Charles are here to help you find relief from your tooth pain! First, we’ll pinpoint the cause of your toothache and see if it can be saved through more conservative measures. If the decay is too severe, or in the case of impacted wisdom teeth, we may have to remove your tooth to preserve your smile’s health and to keep your remaining teeth safe. Don’t worry! Our tooth extractions are very comfortable with the assistance of our personalized sedation options, including IV sedation, which allows you to “sleep” calmly through your appointment. When problem teeth are threatening your smile’s health and function, count on our experienced dentists at our Brooklyn, NY office to perform your tooth extractions with the utmost care and comfort.

Reasons for Tooth Extractions

  • Extensive tooth decay
  • Gum disease or infection
  • Damage from dental trauma
  • Preparation for dental implants
  • Impacted wisdom teeth
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Replace Gaps with Dental Implants

Your tooth pain has been resolved. Now what? We recommend that you never leave the gaps left after tooth extractions unfilled. With a missing tooth or teeth, you may not have any tooth pain, but you’ll still struggle to eat, speak, and smile confidently. Without teeth roots to stimulate it, your jawbone will recede quickly, changing your bite and increasing the risk for other teeth to become decayed. You may also find it more difficult to engage in social activities with a gapped smile. The most natural-looking and long-lasting replacement for your natural teeth today, dental implants can fill those gaps perfectly and give you back a complete and functional smile. What’s more, we can typically place your implants during the same surgery as your tooth extractions. You’ll be able to alleviate your tooth pain and have your problem tooth replaced with a beautiful, functioning implant—all in one appointment!

Don’t wait to treat your toothache.

dental patient smiling after oral sedation procedure Brooklyn, NY