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Tooth Extraction in Seattle

Prioritizing your comfort

Safeguarding your natural teeth is our top priority. Unfortunately, there are instances when tooth decay or traumatic injuries compromise the restorability of your tooth. In these situations it’s typically best to remove the entire tooth to prevent pain or recurring infections that put your other teeth at risk.

Types of tooth extractions

We offer various types of tooth extractions, ranging from emergency procedures to wisdom tooth removals. When performing the extraction, we prioritize your comfort and well-being throughout the process.

Post tooth extraction options

Following extraction, we offer solutions to replace your missing tooth. Your extracted teeth can be replaced with a long-term solution such as a dental bridge or implant, preserving your smile’s overall function, alignment, and appearance. Feel free to discuss these options with our team to find the best fit for you.

Why choose Gateway Dental for tooth extractions

You shouldn’t have to suffer through a painful tooth infection. You can get the care you deserve from Gateway Dental. Our experienced dentists offer several types of tooth extractions, ranging from emergency procedures to wisdom tooth removals. We also offer a variety of tooth replacement solutions to restore your smile. And we have affordable payment plans and in-house sedation options to make the process as comfortable as possible for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Tooth Extractions

How long does a tooth extraction take?
A standard tooth extraction typically takes about 20 to 30 minutes from start to finish, but this can vary depending on the complexity of the procedure and individual cases. Our experienced team ensures a swift and comfortable experience, prioritizing your oral health every step of the way!
What to eat after a tooth extraction?
Choose soft, easy-to-chew foods that are nutrient-rich to support your body's recovery process. Remember to avoid hot or spicy foods, and be sure to consult with your dentist for personalized recommendations.