Tooth Extraction & Wisdom Teeth

“It’s like pulling teeth.”

There’s a reason that saying exists. (Let’s be honest, “tooth extraction” just isn’t something that makes folks very comfortable.)

We get it.

Not only do we get it, we’ve designed our entire approach to make sure you don’t have to think about it.

Discover how easy “pulling teeth” can really be.

Eliminate Your Fears

You know those walls that’ve kept you from the health, hygiene, and smile you’ve always wanted?

What if they could come down?

Discover a whole new approach to dental care today.

Phone: (513) 437-0760

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I.V. Sedation… Can It Work For Me?

For millions of Americans, I.V. sedation has completely changed what it means to visit the dentist.

The approach safely puts you into a tranquil state of mind. You’ll feel nothing during your treatment and have virtually no memory of your procedure.

Find out if this is the solution for you.

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 pulling-a-tooth-tooth-extraction-wisdom-teeth-cincinnatiPulling a Tooth (Tooth Extraction)

A dental extraction (having a tooth pulled) is the removal of tooth from the bone.  Extractions are performed for one of many reasons.  Some common reasons for extractions include decay, periodontal disease, trauma, crowding, or wisdom teeth.  Most patients prefer to be sedated for their extractions, using I.V. Sedation.  Here at Advance Dentistry, we have over 30 years of dental extraction and tooth removal experience.  In addition to our level of expertise, all of our doctors and staff work very hard to make sure our patients are comfortable here.  Many of our patients avoid or are afraid of the dentist, and with us, there is no need to stay away or to be afraid! Give us a call to speak with someone about setting up a consultation!

Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth generally erupt between the ages of 17 and 25.  Wisdom teeth are also referred to as third molars because they are located in the very back of the mouth behind the second molars.  Some people can accommodate the eruption of all 4 wisdom teeth with no problem, but there is typically not enough space in the mouth for them to erupt.  The inadequate space in that area of the mouth can cause wisdom teeth to become impacted in the soft tissue and/or the jawbone.   The teeth can be fully impacted or partially impacted, likely causing problems including pain, crowding, damage to surrounding teeth, and infection.  Fully impacted teeth, if not addressed, can cause the formation of cysts.   If the wisdom teeth partially emerge, openings surrounding the tooth can allow bacteria to enter, causing infection.  Infection can result in pain, swelling, tooth decay, jaw stiffness, and illness.

In order to avoid any of these problems, we recommend having wisdom teeth removed before the root has fully developed (late teenage years or early twenties).  If you have not already, schedule your complimentary consultation today!

Servicing patients and families from across the tri-state including Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and Indiana.

"... I was hyped up over nothing! I was completely fine after my appointment with zero pain and even the next day – I did not have to take any pain medication! I call that a total win on both sides of the equation…the staff and overall...

- Amber

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