You come into our practice to talk with us about your smile and what’s wrong. After a checkup and full examination, you receive the suggestion: You should come in for a dental extraction to improve and protect your oral health. While you may not be completely opposed to the recommendation, you may not feel very excited. Perhaps you were expecting a simple filling! So, what to do now that you have your diagnosis and you know that tooth removal is in your best interest?
Ask Us Your Questions
Ask us anything and everything that you need to know when we explain that you need a dental extraction. When you go home and worry, when you think about things you aren’t certain about, and when you stress, you’re wasting a lot of mental and emotional energy! Get the details from us, so you can feel optimistic.
Take Consequences Seriously
You might hear us saying to you that if you don’t come in for a dental extraction, things will become much worse. You may end up losing your tooth through disease or infection, which is not the safe, comfortable, efficient way you have your tooth removed with an extraction. Of course, this means that in addition to requiring a replacement, you may also need intensive treatment to address disease. Keep this in mind! When you agree to an extraction ASAP, you often avoid a very long list of unsavory complications.
Focus On The Final Result
The procedure is going to be surprisingly simple and fast. The area will be numb, so you won’t feel much of anything. So, why focus on thinking about the procedure? Remember instead that after your dental extraction, your smile will be in much safer, healthier condition!
Focus On The Benefits Of Your Dental Extraction
Remember that your extraction is to your advantage because it’s comfortable and it can rescue your smile! Contact Absolute Dental Care today in Virginia Beach, VA to schedule a visit by calling (757) 428-7440. We proudly welcome patients Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hampton, Eastern Shore, and all surrounding communities.