Anthony Bartels, DDS
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Tooth Extractions

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When you look for a dentist, you probably have many questions about who will be right for you. Some of the questions we hear on a regular basis are included here. We will be happy to answer any additional questions you might have if you give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you.

Tooth Extractions

While we do our best to save your natural teeth and keep all of your teeth healthy, sometimes an extraction becomes necessary to prevent pain or to improve your health. If you suffer from decay, infection, overcrowding, or severe periodontal disease, we may not be able to save your tooth. If that occasion ever arises, we can perform an extraction here rightdoctor smiling with patient being worked on in background | jonesboro dentist in our Jonesboro, AR dental office.

Dr. Bartels will take care of any extraction right here – from baby teeth to wisdom teeth. He has the skills and experience to ensure that you have the best experience possible. We will also help you with post-extraction follow-up care, pain management, and tooth replacement options if they become necessary. We offer bridges, dental implants, partial dentures, and complete dentures.

We treat both simple and surgical extractions. Simple extractions are teeth that have erupted through your gums, and surgical extractions are for teeth that are beneath your gum line. Either way, you’re in the right place.

If you believe you need an extraction, call our dental office to schedule an evaluation. We can take an x-ray of the area and determine the next step for treatment. Dr. Bartels can discuss your options with you and help you make a decision that supports your health.

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