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Tooth Extractions in Cleveland

At Hylan Dental, we never like to have to take a tooth out.

The ultimate goal is to always save a tooth if it is possible.

However, sometimes a tooth- whether damaged, loose, or infected- can’t be saved, or there is no better alternative than a Tooth Extraction procedure.

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At Hylan Dental, you will have a pain-free experience getting your tooth removed with our Gentle Dentistry Techniques.

The dentists at Hylan Dental Care are the best in the greater Cleveland area!

Hylan Dental Care tooth extractions are:

  • Clean
  • Affordable
  • Hygienic
  • Pain-free
  • Safe

Don't let yourself continue to live with an unbearable toothache- schedule a tooth extraction appointment at the #1 Extraction Dentist in Cleveland today!

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Our Cleveland Location

Where is Hylan Dental Care in Cleveland?

We are located at 3447 W 117th Street.

Address: 3447 W 117th St, Cleveland, OH 44111

Phone: (216) 251-8812

Hours:

     Monday: 9AM−6PM

     Tuesday: 8:30AM−6PM

     Wednesday: 8AM−6PM

     Thursday: 9AM−6PM

     Friday: 8AM−3PM

     Saturday: 8AM−12PM

     Sunday: Closed

*We also have 24-hour emergency dental services available. Please call our office if you are experiencing a dental emergency.

FAQs about Tooth Extractions

What is the Tooth Extraction Procedure?

The doctor will numb your tooth, gums, and jawbone with anesthetic. If you suffer with severe dental anxieties and fears, you have the option of Sedation Dentistry, which will help you feel calm and relaxed during the procedure and may even put you to sleep for the duration.

It is common to feel a significant amount of pressure during the extraction process. This is due to the shifting of tooth in order to widen the socket for removal. 

Once the tooth has been successfully extracted, there are instructions you can follow to help care for yourself.

Post-Tooth Extraction care tips

Bleeding

After an extraction, a wet gauze pack is placed over the extraction site to prevent excessive bleeding and to promote the healing blood clot. Keep pressure on it for 30-45 minutes and replace if bleeding continues. Slight bleeding may occur up to 2 days.

Avoid activities that could apply a suction action to the blood clot such as smoking or sucking through a straw.

Rinsing

Do not rinse your mouth immediately following the procedure. On the day after, you can rinse your mouth gently with a glass of warm water mixed with a 1/2 teaspoon of salt. You can do this every 3-4 hours a day, especially after meals.

Swelling

Following an extraction, some swelling and skin bruising may occur. A cold moist cloth or an ice bag applied to the cheek will keep it to a minimum.

Place on affected area for about 15-20 minutes of every hour for the next 6 hours.

Medications

If non-aspirin pain medication does not relieve the discomfort you may experience, a stronger medication can be prescribed. Be sure to use all medications as directed.

Food

A light diet with plenty of fluids is recommended for the first day. Avoid carbonated or hot beverages. Chewing should be done away from the extraction site.

Oral Hygiene

Continue brushing and flossing being extra gentle near the extraction site.

Chips

During healing you may notice small bony fragments working their way through the gums. We can easily remove them if they are too annoying.

Call our office is any unusual symptoms occur.

What are Missing Tooth Replacement options for after my tooth extraction?

There are several options for replacing missing teeth.

You may want to visit other pages on this website about those options.

For a single tooth replacement, the most common choices are a dental bridge or a dental implants.

A dental implant is a more conservative treatment, because nothing has to be done to the adjacent teeth.

Missing Tooth Replacement Options

Especially if those teeth are healthy, it seems a shame to place dental crowns on them in order to do a bridge.

A dental implant will look so much like your natural tooth that no one will be able to tell you’ve had any work done.

For multiple missing teeth, dental implants are also an option. A more economical alternative is a removable partial dentures.

And, if all your teeth have been extracted, there are various options in dentures. They can be completely removable, or they can be retained with dental implants.

Check out our patient reviews on Google!

Since 1979, Hylan Dental Care has grown to become the #1 choice for dentistry care in the greater Cleveland area.

You don't have to take our word for it- check out our 1,600+ reviews on Google (with a glowing 4.8-star rating).

Look at what Cheryl had to say about her tooth extraction appointment:

5

"Excellent treatment of an extraction and implant in an 85-year-old. Staff was very flexible and patient."

-Cheryl Scott

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Visit Dr. Brad Hylan, D.D.S.

For all of your dental care needs, like a simple tooth extraction, visit our family dentistry practice today!

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Do you have a tooth that needs to be extracted?

If so, we promise to be very gentle.

You can click the link below or call into our office at (216) 251-8812 for a Free Consultation at Hylan Dental Care in Cleveland now.

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