Dental Extractions

Stone Oak Children’s Dentistry & Orthodontics offers dental extractions in San Antonio. Our warm and welcoming staff looks to preserve natural teeth, but we understand that sometimes extractions are necessary. We strive to make the extraction process as comfortable as possible for your child. We offer sedation options to help ease any anxiety your child may be feeling. Our goal is to make sure your child is healthy and happy. 

Dental extractions for kids are usually only necessary if the tooth is severely decay or damaged. In some cases, a dental extraction may also be recommended if a baby tooth is preventing an adult tooth from growing correctly. If your child does need a dental extraction, there’s no need to worry! The procedure is very quick and relatively painless. Plus, your child will be back to smiling and laughing in no time. 

Tooth extraction can sound scary, but our warm and caring professionals will make sure that your loved one is comfortable and well-taken care of throughout the entire process. At our state-of-the-art facility, we use the latest technology and techniques to ensure that the experience is as smooth and painless as possible. And our friendly staff will be there to support your family every step of the way. 

Signs Your Child May Need a Dental Extraction

  • Your child complains of tooth pain. 

One of the most obvious signs that your child may need a tooth extraction is if they complain of tooth pain. If your child is experiencing pain, it may be due to an infection or decay. If the pain is severe, it’s best to see a dentist as soon as possible.

  • Your child has a fever. 

Another sign that your child may need a tooth extraction is if they have a fever. A fever can be a sign of an infection, and if the infection is in the tooth, it will likely need to be removed.

  • Your child’s gum is swollen. 

If your child’s gum is swollen, this could be another sign that they need a tooth extraction. Swelling can occur due to an infection or inflammation, and if it’s due to an infection, the tooth will likely need to be removed.

Reach out to the supportive Stone Oak Children’s Dentistry & Orthodontics team. We are more than happy to answer any questions and get an appointment scheduled. Our team is dedicated to providing the best possible care for your child. We’ll make sure they’re comfortable throughout the entire process.

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