Tooth Extraction Towson MD

Dr. Keith Boenning and Dr. Nate Dancykier are experienced general dentists in Towson, MD. They provide safe and comfortable tooth extractions to patients who need to remove a problematic tooth from their smiles. We also offer wisdom tooth removal services in-office. Our team has the appropriate training and skill to safely remove unwanted teeth from your smile to help you restore your dental health. Learn more about tooth extractions below.

General Dentists in Towson, MD

Tooth Extractions in Towson, MD

Our Towson, MD dentist office is happy to provide safe tooth extraction procedures to patients who need a tooth removed from their smiles. We will utilize appropriate sedation dentistry solutions to keep you calm and comfortable during the extraction procedure. If your tooth has already grown in, we will gently rock it back and forth until it is dislodged from your jawbone. If the tooth has not already grown in, we have the training and experience needed to make the appropriate incision into your soft tissues to reach and remove the unwanted tooth.

Tooth extraction is nothing to be afraid of. While our main goal is to help our patients maintain the health and wellness of their smiles, sometimes this means we need to remove problematic teeth. If a tooth becomes damaged, impacted, or severely decayed, sometimes it is simply best to remove it and move forward with tooth replacement options instead. Our dentists are happy to answer any questions you might have about the tooth extraction procedure during your upcoming appointment.

Understanding Your Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth cause a wide range of concerns within your smile. Because they grow in much later than the rest of your permanent teeth, there isn’t much room left for them to grow into. This means that your other teeth may begin to shift around to make space for the additional teeth. If there is no space left, your wisdom teeth may become impacted and cause a toothache. Even if there is enough space in your smile for your wisdom teeth to grow, many patients will struggle to maintain the health of their wisdom teeth. This is because they grow into the far back corners of your smile, making them especially difficult to brush and floss. We recommend having your wisdom teeth removed sooner rather than later to avoid future pain or discomfort.