Tooth Extractions – Euless, TX

Removing Unhealthy Teeth Because Your Oral Health Matters

Dental forceps holding a tooth

When root canal treatment, dental crowns, and other forms of restorative dentistry are unsuccessful, the only possible solution is tooth extraction. At Pleasant Dental, we believe that while patients should be able to keep their natural teeth as long as possible, removing unhealthy teeth may be the only possible option if we are to save their oral health. But tooth extraction isn’t the only complex in-house treatment we offer. Should your teen be complaining of serious tooth pain toward the back of their mouth, we can also perform wisdom tooth extractions. Dr. Bodapati has received additional training in removing teeth, including erupted teeth and impacted wisdom teeth. Don’t hesitate to give our dental office a call if you suspect you may need to have a tooth extracted.

Why Choose Pleasant Dental for Tooth Extractions?

  • Expert Dental Professionals Who Offer Complex Care
  • Innovative Technologies to Make Treatment Easier
  • Your Dental Insurance Is Welcome

When Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

Person holding the side of their face in pain

Not all tooth pain and damage are worthy of a tooth extraction; however, if we find that all other treatment options are unsuccessful, we may recommend that your tooth be removed. The most common reasons this might occur are:

  • You have crowded teeth and are preparing to undergo orthodontic treatment but need to have one or two teeth removed to ensure successful results.
  • You are receiving dentures to replace your missing teeth but have existing natural ones that are likely to fall out, so your dentist recommends that they be removed.
  • You have extreme dental decay that has caused significant harm to your smile and is putting your nearby healthy teeth at risk.
  • You have wisdom that that are impacted or causing pain.
  • You suffer from advanced gum disease, and your teeth are becoming loose.
  • You’ve suffered severe facial trauma, and your tooth cannot be saved.