Expert Tooth Extraction & Removal Of Painful Teeth

  • Avatar Sophie Corfield ★★★★★
    I would like to thank all the team and the anesthetic who helped me through on taking 2 teeth out. They were friendly, kind and supportive and I would recommend the practice to my friends. That is why I am giving them 5 stars they are the best.

  • Avatar Satty Singh ★★★★★
    I was referred to the NHS dental hospital to have my wisdom tooth Removed due to it becoming severely decayed but the waiting list was between 18-24 months wait to be seen living with the pain for more then 2 months it came unbearable so I phone Dr Kal dental practice he got me in straight away and successfully removed the decayed wisdom tooth without … More it breaking into pieces and That I feared it will happen but Dr Kal with his years of experience handling these situations removed the wisdom tooth with great success I like to thank Dr Kal and the staff for the great experience and I recommend this dental practice to all my friends and family

Tooth Extractions In Walsall

Cheslyn Hay Dental Practice provides tooth extraction services when either one or more teeth are required. We will assess your teeth’s health and condition to determine if a tooth extraction is an ideal or only option.

Although a common procedure, tooth extraction is the last resort when a tooth cannot be saved. We are experienced in molar extraction, wisdom teeth removal, and impacted tooth extraction. You may require tooth removal if there is severe tooth decay, impaction of wisdom teeth, extra teeth, or a tooth injury.

Our highly-trained team will eliminate pain and alleviate the discomfort you may be experiencing. We empathise with and have a great deal of experience in comforting anxious or nervous patients. Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have a damaged or broken tooth that is causing painful symptoms.

We use a local anaesthetic to numb the area so that you do not feel any pain. Following this, the tooth will be gently removed. You will only experience a feeling of slight pressure as the tooth is extracted. Recommendations will depend on your oral health. We might recommend dentures or dental implants to replace your missing tooth. These will improve function and comfort, and maintain your happy and friendly smile.

Emergency Tooth Removal

We offer same-day dental emergency appointments for emergency tooth removal for registered and non-registered patients. If you have a broken, cracked, or painful tooth following an accident or from other causes, we are here to help. For tooth extraction and emergency tooth removal, contact us today.

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Tooth Extraction FAQ

Why do i need a tooth extraction?

Your dentist may recommend a tooth extraction for various reasons including;

  • Overcrowding – where there are too may teeth in your mouth
  • Severe tooth decay
  • Gum disease (Gingivitus)
  • Oral injury
  • Abscess
  • Wisdom teeth removal

You might also need a same-day emergency appointment and emergency tooth removal when an injury results in painful or cracked teeth. If you need an emergency tooth extraction, contact Cheslyn Hay straight away.

Is removing the tooth the only option?

Your dentist may recommend a tooth extraction for various reasons but only when this is the best or only option. Tooth extraction is still reasonably common in dental practices, but dentists only carry out dental removal when the tooth cannot be saved.

If the tooth hurts, then you will likely be keen to have it removed to alleviate discomfort and eliminate pain. Understandably, you may feel nervous or anxious, but the treatment only takes a few minutes, and we can reassure you that the experience is not painful.

What's involved in a tooth extraction?

There are two types of extractions

  • A standard extraction
  • A surgical extraction

For a standard extraction, the dentist will administer a local anesthetic into the area before using an elevator to loosen the tooth. Once the tooth is loose the dentist will remove it using forceps.

A surgical extraction is not as straightforward.  This requires an incision into the gums to gain access to the affected tooth. Although this can be done using a local anesthetic, there are some patients who prefer extraction under sedation.

Aftercare for extractions

The first 24 hours following an extraction it is best to;

Avoid strenuous activity

Avoid using mouthwash

Avoid the area when eating hot or cold food for 24 hrs (this can be done by using the other side of your mouth)

After 24 hours 

Rinse your mouth with a mixture of one teaspoon of salt in a glass of water, 3-4 times per day

Take care when brushing your teeth to avoid bleeding.

Avoid smoking, as this slows down the healing process.

If you have any issues following an extraction contact an emergency dentist immediately.