Parkland Dental Clinic

Tooth Extraction & Wisdom Tooth Removal in Red Deer

Tooth Extraction & Wisdom Tooth Removal Near You

At Parkland Mall Dental, we’re here to ease tooth troubles, even those trouble-making wisdom teeth. Wisdom tooth removal is like saying goodbye to a tooth that causes problems. Sometimes, these teeth grow in fun or get stuck, causing pain and crowding. Our friendly team knows how to remove them so you can feel better quickly and gently.
We’ll make sure you’re comfortable during the whole procedure. Don’t worry, it’s quick and easy. Say goodbye to those troublesome teeth and hello to a happier smile at Parkland Mall Dental. Don’t wait; book your appointment today, and let’s make wisdom tooth worries a thing of the past.

Why Remove Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth that partially emerge or don’t have enough room to erupt can lead to gum diseases that cause oral infections, loss of vital tissue, and discomfort. Visit our dentists for a check-up to determine if you need your wisdom teeth removed. Extraction can:

  • prevent shifting and crowding of other teeth
  • eliminate infection and pain
  • decrease the risk of damage to adjacent teeth and gums

Wisdom teeth don’t always need to be removed. If they are erupting properly and you’re able to keep them clean and healthy, then there’s no need for extraction.

Replacements for Extracted Teeth

Our dentists in Red Deer can advise you about your options for tooth replacement and the pros and cons of each approach. We might recommend a dental implant, or a bridge, depending on your unique needs.

Post-Extraction Care

After surgery you shouldn’t smoke or use a straw or spit. These actions can pull the blood clot out of the hole left by the extraction.

Our dentists will give you detailed instructions on what to do and what to expect. It’s recommended to take drugs like Ibuprofen to reduce the pain which typically lasts a couple of days. You can put ice packs on your face to reduce swelling. You should eat soft and cold or lukewarm foods for a couple of days and then try eating other foods.

Gently rinse your mouth with warm salt water to keep the area clean.

If you experience any of the following symptoms, contact us immediately:

  • swelling gets worse instead of getting better
  • fever and chills
  • difficulty in swallowing food
  • uncontrolled bleeding in the area
  • feel signs that you have developed a dry socket

Painless Extractions in a Supportive Environment

Our #1 priority is to save your teeth and keep them healthy but, if necessary, you can count on us for a safe extraction.

Please contact us. We’re here to help.