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You May Need Extraction

Broken or Decayed Tooth?

If you have a broken or decayed tooth, you will typically be treated by procedures like dental filling or dental crown. Sometimes, however, the damage can be so severe that these treatments would be futile. In such a situation, the tooth may need to be extracted.

What Is a

Tooth Extraction?

The natural teeth are ideal and suitable for biting, chewing, maintenance of beautiful smile and facial structure with respect to the mouth and jaw bone. To ensure that these functionalities remain intact, a dentist’s first priority remains to help patients restore, save and repair their natural teeth. However, in the event of extensive damage to the teeth or the tooth, the dentist may then explore treatment options and procedures which are geared towards tooth extractions and restorative dentistry.
At The Dental Specialty Center, NJ, our goal remains to make sure that you are comfortable before, during and after your tooth extraction procedure has been completed. We achieve this by offering you a state of the art dental care and treatment service delivered in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere using the latest dental procedures and innovative techniques.

As part of our tooth extraction procedure, we will be sure to inform you of possible expectations and provide you with sedation dentistry aimed at helping you cope with the pain of the procedure. In the aftermath of the procedure, we will also offer you post-surgery support aimed at better managing the pain and seeing to the complete restoration of your smile.

What Is a

Post-Operative Instructions:

While a patient’s teeth may have to be removed due to a wide range of reasons including decay, disease, or trauma, the procedure of getting the teeth pulled or removed is known as tooth extraction.
A Single or Multi-Tooth extraction may become necessary as a result of natural changes, however, there are some other natural changes which may occur after the procedure.
Below are some general guidelines to help you heal properly, prevent complications and also make you more comfortable as you recover and settle into your daily activities.


The dentist may have to place gauze in your mouth to pack the extraction site, thus limiting the bleeding. The gauze will also help the blood clot to form as part of the normal healing process. The gauze pack should be left in place for 30 to 45 minutes after leaving the dentist’s office.

It is important that you avoid chewing on the pack. If you have blood oozing from the extraction site after removing the gauze, here’s what to do:

If you think you may need to have an emergency tooth extraction, contact The Dental Specialty Center today at (877) 422-6257.


Our Services

Do you have crooked or misaligned teeth that lower your self-esteem and make you feel embarrassed when speaking? If yes, you could be a candidate for orthodontic treatment. At The Dental Specialty Center, we have a team of orthodontists who are ready to walk you through the process of getting the perfect smile for a healthy life. Our dental specialists are able to cater to all your Orthodontic needs in Marlton and Linwood.
Do you have a tooth that you believe is inflamed or infected? If so, you may need endodontic treatment. Inflammation or infection can be a result of various issues, including deep decay, a chip or crack in the tooth, or exposure of the tooth to repeated dental procedures. Trauma may also lead to pulp damage even if the tooth has no visible cracks.
The Dental Specialty Center is a full-service oral and maxillofacial surgery center. Our team has over 40 years of experience offering high-quality treatments for a wide range of procedures.

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