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Dentist Red Deer | 22 @ Taylor Dental Care

If you're suffering from tooth pain and considering an extraction, contact 22nd@Taylor Dental Care. Our team provides exceptional service and knowledge to help you find the best treatment options for your oral needs.

We understand the importance of timely treatment for oral pain and irritation. Delaying treatment could lead to complications such as the spread of infection to adjacent teeth and gums. We're here to ensure that your beautiful smile is restored and that you leave with a pain-free smile on your face. Trust us to provide the care and expertise you deserve.

It is important to identify whether or not you need a tooth extracted in order to maintain good oral health. In some cases, it might be necessary to remove a tooth due to decay, abscesses, or other damage. Other times, it may be simply a matter of overcrowding or convenience. No matter what the reason, knowing when to have a tooth removed is an important part of dental care.

The first step in determining if you need a tooth extracted is to make an appointment with one of our dentists; Dr. Robert Piedalue and Dr. Bob Swainson for an examination. They will take x-rays and examine the teeth and gums in order to determine their condition. They will also take into consideration any underlying medical conditions that could affect the process and outcome when deciding how best to proceed. If there are signs of infection or decay, further tests may be required before making any recommendations about extraction. Overcrowding can be addressed by orthodontic treatment such as braces or aligners, but many people opt for extraction because they are looking for a more cost-effective and less time-consuming solution. Schedule an appointment with our dental clinic in Red Deer.


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    The laser beam is focused on a single point, allowing the dentist to precisely target specific areas of the mouth with minimal damage to the surrounding tissue.
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    Laser skin treatments are renowned for their swift results, although they may cause a bit of discomfort during the procedure. Most patients describe the sensation as a brief, minimal pain that fades as the skin acclimatizes to the feeling.
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    Laser dentistry may cost more than traditional treatments, depending on the dental clinic and type of procedure performed. However, laser dentistry results in shorter healing times, less pain, and fewer complications, reducing the overall cost of the treatment and making it a worthwhile investment.
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    Laser dentistry comes with several benefits, including minimal to no pain, less bleeding and swelling, and reduced healing times. Additionally, it offers more precision and accuracy compared to traditional treatments, which can improve treatment outcomes. Laser dentistry is also ideal for patients who are anxious about undergoing dental procedures as the procedure is minimally invasive and does not require anesthesia.
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