Everything you need to know?
An extraction is the last treatment option for a tooth, however sometimes due to the extent of decay in the tooth, gum disease or other contributing factors an extraction is the only suitable treatment option left.
Is a tooth extraction painful?
An extraction of a tooth is usually completed with the use of local anaesthetic, meaning it should be a completely painless treatment. You can sometimes experience some discomfort after the extraction however this can be relieved with the use of pain killers such as Paracetamol or Ibuprofen.
What options do I have after extraction
If you do opt to have a tooth extracted then there are other treatments that mean you are not left with a gap, these include bridges, implants and dentures. We will work with you to find the option that is most suitable for yourself. Find out more about our cosmetic dental assessment.
|Treatment||price||with dental plan|
|Extractions||from £125||from £110|