Tooth Extractions in Frisco, TX

It is always a good idea to maintain and restore your natural teeth as much as possible. There may be times, however, when a dentist will need to extract your tooth. If you need a tooth extraction, then contact Frisco Dental. We offer safe and pain-free tooth extractions at our dental clinic.

We will be happy to sit down with you and answer your questions as well as discuss your options, including tooth extractions in Frisco, TX. We are here to help relieve your pain and find a solution to your current medical condition.

Why Pull a Tooth?

There are several reasons why tooth extraction is a good idea, including:

  • Too many teeth or an additional tooth growing where it does not belong
  • Tooth decay that has led to an infection
  • The risk of infection due to illness or a medical condition
  • Periodontal gum disease

What to Expect During a Tooth Extraction

Before pulling your tooth, your dentist will inject an anesthetic to deaden the area and lessen the immediate pain. The level of anesthetic we use depends on the severity of the extraction and how much pain we anticipate you will experience.

If you have an impacted tooth, we will cut away the gum and the bone tissue. From there, we will use forceps to grasp the tooth and pull it out. If the tooth is difficult to pull out, we may have to remove it a few pieces at a time. Our goal will be to remove the entire tooth and the root for a clean extraction.

Be Aware of Your Current Health Condition

Although tooth extractions are relatively safe, harmful bacteria can enter your bloodstream due to the nature of the procedure. Therefore, you should tell your dentist if you have pre-existing medical conditions, such as:

  • Bacterial endocarditis
  • Artificial heart valves
  • Hip replacement
  • Congenital heart defect
  • Liver disease
  • Poor immune system

Your dentist will either make the necessary preparations to avoid further complications or offer a different solution based on your medical condition.

What to Do After Tooth Extractions

Below are some instructions that you will need to follow after a tooth extraction:

  • Bleeding: Bleeding is a natural response to tooth extraction. For this reason, we will place gauze in the open area for 30 to 45 minutes after the removal. As the extraction site heals, less blood will leak. If heavy bleeding continues long after the removal, then contact your dentist.
  • Cleaning Your Mouth: Allow your mouth to heal at least 24 hours after the extraction before attempting to clean the area. Rinse your mouth out with salt water over the next 24 to 48 hours after the removal. Rinse your mouth out gently to keep the blood clot from loosening. Try to avoid using mouthwash during the healing period.
  • Eating Food and Drinking Beverages: On the day of the extraction, drink liquids and eat soft food. Avoid hot liquids or anything that has alcohol in it. Avoid using a straw, as this can irritate the blood clot. You can eat solid food 24 hours after the extraction, but try to chew your food on the other side of your mouth for the first few days.

Schedule a Tooth Extraction in Frisco, TX

If you need tooth extractions in Frisco, TX, then contact Frisco Dental Associates today. We offer tooth extractions as well as numerous other dental procedures, like teeth whitening treatment. Call us today at 972-362-4037 for a consultation with a specialist.


Dr. Elrabaa and the entire staff at Frisco Dental Associates are wonderful! They are all so courteous, helpful, and knowledgeable. They make cleanings and procedures are comfortable as possible. Dr. Elrabaa personally makes calls to check in on you, which sets her apart from any other dentist I’ve ever had. I can’t say enough good things about these lovely people! I live in Dallas now, but still make the drive out to Frisco for dental care. I highly recommend Frisco Dental Associates!
Angela Richardson
Angela Richardson
14:54 08 Jul 20
Best dental team in Texas!!! I have been to them now for 2 dental emergencies and in both cases they have been phenomenal. on my last visit, I needed 2 teeth pulled. after the 1st tooth, my anxiety was getting the best of me (I have very bad dental anxiety) and before I even said anything, Dr. E offered to reschedule my other tooth for another day. not only do they do amazing work, but they actively listen to their patients and work with them. i will recommend them to everyone i know, and I'm certainly not going anywhere else!
Rain Allen
Rain Allen
17:47 27 Jun 20
Everyone friendly and explain treatment and suggestions
Charlene Kagel
Charlene Kagel
15:44 26 Jun 20
Dr. Elrabaa is a top-notch dentist, and a really nice person. She explains the options clearly, and her technique is professional and exacting. Great experience, which is what you want at a dentist! Also important to note that the staff abides by strict COVID procedures to protect everyone.
Trey Smith
Trey Smith
15:00 25 Jun 20
Awesome staff. No pain. They are the best.
Harold Lewis
Harold Lewis
17:57 24 Jun 20
A wonderful, painless, comprehensive experience with an incredibly friendly staff!!
Maria LaNasa
Maria LaNasa
14:44 19 Jun 20
Friendly staff, excellent hygienist (Suzanne), and a very thorough and personable dentist!
Linda Crossman
Linda Crossman
14:58 06 Jun 20
Prompt, no waiting forever like some offices; staff friendly, very efficient.
Claudia Ross
Claudia Ross
00:55 04 Jun 20