36 Haden Hill Road HalesowenB63 3NQ

Tooth Extraction


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If a tooth becomes too decayed or damaged to restore with any type of dental treatment, your dentist might recommend tooth extraction. This involves removing the affected tooth to prevent further pain and discomfort. After extraction, various prosthetic replacement options are available.

What is a tooth extraction?

A tooth extraction involves the removal of a tooth from your mouth. The procedure offers an effective and lasting solution for resolving a range of dental issues. Once removed, you can explore options for replacing the tooth, such as a dental implant, bridge, or other treatment.

Why would I need tooth extraction?

At Halesowen Dental, our goal is to offer great preventative dentistry. Although tooth extraction is the last resort, it also has a role in preventing further issues.

If one of your teeth is causing you a great deal of pain and is damaged beyond the point of repair, tooth extraction offers a chance to restore your comfort. Broken or decayed teeth may also present a greater risk of infection, which tooth extraction can help to prevent.

What are the benefits of tooth extraction?

  • Effectively relieves pain and allows you to enjoy life, without the constant ache of a damaged or infected tooth.
  • Allows you to have implants or dentures fitted to restore a healthy smile and return the normal function of your teeth.

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How much does tooth extraction cost?

We can advise you on tooth extraction, and we will make sure it is the right choice for your dental health. Tooth extraction costs start at £92 per tooth, varying according to your exact requirements.

To find out how we can help you, please call us today to book a consultation: 0121 550 6958.

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Practice Announcement on Covid-19

The practice is now open. However, we are running a limited service.

We are currently seeing emergencies only. If you had an appointment cancelled during lockdown, we will be contacting you to rearrange during the coming weeks.

Please do not attend the practice unless you have a pre-arranged appointment.

All the relevant information about our reopening can be found at https://www.halesowendental.co.uk/practice-re-opening-info/

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Please contact us on 0121 550 6958 or 0737 550 6958 if you are in pain, or have any questions regarding our re-opening.

Thank you all for your patience during this time.

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