Overland Park Tooth Extraction Dentists
Tooth extractions performed with technology & care
Your Dental Health is in Good Hands
When it comes to teeth, extraction is always the last resort. However, this procedure is sometimes necessary to prevent or treat serious health problems, such as severe tooth decay or infection. Tooth extraction can also be needed in case there’s not enough room in your mouth for all your teeth, or even before a cosmetic procedure. Whatever the reason, make sure you get help from an experienced and caring dentist.
At Bowles Dental, one of our Overland Park tooth extraction doctors will assess your situation and give you a professional diagnosis to ensure that a tooth extraction is truly the best option for you. They’ll explain to you everything you need to know so that you can rest easy knowing you are in the best hands.
Simple vs. Surgical Tooth Removal
In case your tooth isn’t fully visible or is broken, you’ll likely need a surgical tooth extraction. In these situations, the doctor will make a small incision in your gum to remove the tooth. This procedure is also typically performed under local anesthesia.
Chad Bowles, DDS, PA
“I know the idea of getting a tooth removed may be scary. That’s why I take my time to talk to my patients, address their concerns, and help them feel informed and comfortable.”
What’s Next? – Replacing A Tooth
Dental implants: They are placed in the bone of the jaw to support a crown
Bridges: These are “false teeth” that are fixed to your neighboring teeth
More general dentistry services
High-tech 3D x-rays
Gum disease treatments
Your Well-Being Is Our Top Priority
If you are looking for tooth extraction in Overland Park and you have a dental insurance plan, we’ll work with your insurance provider to maximize your benefits. If you don’t have dental insurance, don’t worry! Just ask our team about our in-office membership and third-party financing options.
Become a patient for life
My family and I have been patients for several years. My kids love going there. I wouldn’t trust my family’s teeth with anyone else. — Angela L.