Tooth Extractions Kareela.

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Tooth Extraction Kareela

It’s the last thing anyone wants. But sometimes, a tooth is too damaged to be saved with root canal or gum treatment. In these cases, having the tooth out and getting rid of the infection is the best and healthiest treatment for you.

The thought of having a tooth removed is daunting. That’s why at Kareela Family Dental, we will make you as comfortable as you can be before, during and after having a tooth removed.

Need your nerves calmed? We offer happy gas or sleep dentistry.

Tooth Extraction Kareela

It’s the last thing anyone wants. But sometimes, a tooth is too damaged to be saved with root canal or gum treatment. In these cases, having the tooth out and getting rid of the infection is the best and healthiest treatment for you.

The thought of having a tooth removed is daunting. That’s why at Kareela Family Dental, we will make you as comfortable as you can be before, during and after having a tooth removed.

Need your nerves calmed? We offer happy gas or sleep dentistry.

Put on our noise-cancelling headphones, and put on Netflix to zone out. We’ll get your tooth numbed up painlessly with our advanced computer-assisted local anesthesia delivery system.

Our Kareela dentists are experts in the painless and safe removal of teeth. Done well, quickly and effectively.

After having your tooth removed. To prevent future issues, we recommend planning to replace the missing tooth with dental implants, a dental bridge or dentures. This is to prevent unwanted movements of the adjacent teeth and avoid further wear of the remaining teeth. Think of a car that has three tyres, naturally those remaining tyres (teeth) will wear out quicker causing more problems and issues for the patient.

Call us or book now if you have that nagging toothache or need to replace a missing tooth!

Put on our noise-cancelling headphones, and put on Netflix to zone out. We’ll get your tooth numbed up painlessly with our advanced computer-assisted local anesthesia delivery system.

Our Kareela dentists are experts in the painless and safe removal of teeth. Done well, quickly and effectively.

After having your tooth removed. To prevent future issues, we recommend planning to replace the missing tooth with dental implants, a dental bridge or dentures. This is to prevent unwanted movements of the adjacent teeth and avoid further wear of the remaining teeth. Think of a car that has three tyres, naturally those remaining tyres (teeth) will wear out quicker causing more problems and issues for the patient.

Call us or book now if you have that nagging toothache or need to replace a missing tooth!

Frequently Asked Questions

If a tooth has broken down beyond repair, it may have to be extracted. Don’t worry we will discuss replacement options with you.

Frequently Asked Questions

If a tooth has broken down beyond repair, it may have to be extracted. Don’t worry we will discuss replacement options with you.
Please note:

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Any information that is provided is not a substitute for professional dental advice. Any advice offered or information provided is to be considered general in nature and not reliable until a full physical professional examination has been undertaken by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Until such time you should not undertake treatment without a second opinion or without seeking further advice from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Please note:

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Any information that is provided is not a substitute for professional dental advice. Any advice offered or information provided is to be considered general in nature and not reliable until a full physical professional examination has been undertaken by an appropriately qualified health practitioner. Until such time you should not undertake treatment without a second opinion or without seeking further advice from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.