Tooth Extractions in Hamilton Hill

If you need a tooth extracted, AP Dental is here to help. We offer safe and painless tooth extractions for patients of all ages. Our team of experienced dentists uses the latest technologies and techniques to make your experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!

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Experience a Stress-free and Pain Free Tooth Extraction.

Your teeth can become damaged because of poor oral hygiene, improper diet, or an accident. When a tooth is damaged, bacteria can enter the soft tissue and cause an infection.

That’s why seeing a dentist at the first sign of any dental problem is essential. Without dental treatment, an infection can spread to other teeth and even to your jaw bone. When treatment is delayed, or the damage is too severe, a filling or root canal treatment may not be sufficient to restore your teeth.

In this case, extraction is the most appropriate option to prevent further damage and keep your mouth healthy. The prospect of tooth extraction can be frightening, but your experienced dentists at AP Dental are equipped to handle any extraction procedure, both simple and complex. We want you to feel confident and comfortable during your tooth extraction procedure, so we offer various sedation options so you have a positive experience. Our team will work with you every step of the way to make you feel comfortable and informed.

Dental Problems You Need a Tooth Extraction
Treatment For

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Severe Toothache

Severe toothaches can be excruciating and make eating, drinking, and sleeping difficult. Most toothaches are caused by other dental problems, such as tooth decay, dental abscess, and tooth fracture, which require professional intervention.

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Dental Abscess

A dental abscess occurs when pus accumulates in the teeth or gums due to an infection. It is extremely painful and, without treatment, can cause serious health complications.

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Bad Breath

Bad breath, also called halitosis, can be caused by many things, including poor oral hygiene, plaque and tartar build-up, or tooth decay. Sometimes, it may be a sign of an underlying health condition.

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Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious infection that can destroy the soft tissue and the bone that supports your teeth. Other conditions are also associated with it, such as respiratory illness, coronary artery disease, and diabetes-related problems with controlling blood sugar.

Why Choose A P Dental 


Compassionate and Highly
Skilled Dental Team

If you need a tooth extraction, you should choose a dentist you can trust. At AP Dental, we go out of our way to make our patients comfortable and well-informed throughout the entire process. Our compassionate team of dentists has extensive training in tooth extraction and will take the time to answer all your questions to put you at ease.

State-of-the-Art Dental

At AP Dental, we pride ourselves on providing our patients with high-quality dental services. That’s why we only use the most advanced dental technology and techniques for all our procedures, including tooth extractions. With our state-of-the-art equipment and a world-class team of dentists, you can be confident that your entire family is in good hands when you choose AP Dental.


Flexible Payment Offers

We understand that dental care can be expensive, so we offer flexible payment options to make it more accessible. We accept all private health insurance funds and offer payment plans. We also accept Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) and DVA Health Cards.

Sedation Options

At AP Dental, we understand that undergoing a tooth extraction can be a stressful experience for many patients. We offer intravenous (IV) sedation, administered directly into the bloodstream for maximum effect, and inhalation sedation, which uses nitrous oxide to help you feel calm and relaxed. Whether you’re undergoing a simple tooth extraction or a more complex procedure, our experienced team will keep you comfortable throughout your tooth treatment.


Frequently Asked Questions about  Tooth Extractions 

It is always our goal at AP Dental to save your natural teeth whenever possible. However, there are times when other restorative services are insufficient when the tooth is severely damaged. If this is the case, we may recommend a tooth extraction. Eligibility for tooth extraction depends on a few factors, such as the damage’s extent, the tooth’s location, and whether there are any underlying health conditions. Please book an appointment at AP Dental so our friendly team can evaluate your case and make a recommendation based on what is most suitable for your long-term oral health.

The good news is that some sedation options available at AP Dental can help make your tooth extraction experience more comfortable. Intravenous (IV) sedation and inhalation sedation using nitrous oxide are available to make the dental procedure as pain-free as possible. You can work with your dental professional to choose the right sedation option for you for a comfortable experience.

At AP Dental, we consider every possible option before resorting to extraction. However, there are times when the extraction is the most appropriate course of action:

  • Severely decayed or damaged teeth with not enough healthy tooth structure intact to support a dental restoration
  • The tooth has become loose because of severe gum disease
  • An infection that has spread to the surrounding bone
  • An impacted tooth that may potentially cause or is causing other dental problems
  • If your mouth doesn’t have enough space for all your teeth (also done to prepare for orthodontic treatment)

You may feel drowsy immediately following your procedure, but this is to be expected. When the anaesthesia wears off, it is normal to feel some pain. You may also experience some residual bleeding, swelling, and bruising around the extraction site. These symptoms are usually the most severe during the first 24 hours after the procedure. To help with pain and swelling, apply a cold compress to the area for 20 minutes at a time. It is also important to keep the extraction site clean by gently rinsing with warm water and avoiding hard foods for the first few days. With proper care, you will be on your way to full recovery. And once you’re ready for it, we would be happy to help you choose the most suitable tooth replacement option.

Simple extractions start at $285 per tooth, and if the tooth has to be sectioned, the cost starts at $350. Surgical extractions start at $375; if bone removal or tooth division is also necessary, the cost starts at $440. Appointments at AP Dental are recommended so that we can assess your needs and provide you with an accurate quote.

Get a Smile that Stands Out

At AP Dental, we are proud to offer a wide range of dental services to meet the needs of our patients. From professional cleanings and dental fillings to more complex procedures, we are here to help you maintain a brighter, healthier smile. Book your appointment today and see the difference our team can make.