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Need a Tooth Extraction in Aston, PA? Here's What to Expect

December 15, 2019
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Posted By: The Dental Health Center

The news that you need to have a tooth extracted can be hard to hear. You’re losing a part of yourself that you thought you would have for a long time, so you may feel sad or embarrassed. You also have to get used to the idea of what might happen during the procedure and how your recovery will go.

That’s a lot to deal with, but you are not alone; if you need a tooth extraction in Aston, PA, you can turn to the caring and experienced dental team at The Dental Health Center.

We Want You to Be Comfortable

Your comfort is our number one priority, regardless of which procedure we provide. Our dental team has performed many tooth extractions, and our patients tell us that they were easier and more comfortable than they expected. 

What to Expect with a Tooth Extraction

Our dentists start the procedure by making sure you’re settled and comfortable in the dental chair. Many patients enjoy some pleasant distraction, so we have TVs in all our treatment rooms.

The next step is to numb your mouth, so you don’t feel anything. Since we know that nobody likes getting injections, we’re pleased to offer The Wand, a leading-edge computerized system to administer the local anesthetic without the dreaded syringe. Patients at our Aston, PA dental office love The Wand because the process is so easy that many of them don't even realize they've had their injection!

When your mouth is numb, Dr. Seger gently and expertly removes the tooth. If at any time during the process you feel uncomfortable, please let us know right away. 

Stress-Free Tooth Extraction in Aston, PA

If you have a toothache and think you might need the tooth removed, contact The Dental Health Center. We’ll do everything possible to save the tooth, but if it turns out that you need a tooth extraction in Aston, PA, we’ll provide the gentle care you need for a successful procedure and a problem-free recovery. 

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