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Teeth Extractions in Clarksville, Tennessee

You can trust our experienced, caring dental team when you need us the most. Hillcrest Dental performs tooth extraction and wisdom tooth removal for patients in Clarksville, Fort Campbell, and the surrounding communities.

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Teeth Extractions in Clarksville, Tennessee

You can trust our experienced, caring dental team when you need us the most. Hillcrest Dental performs tooth extraction and wisdom tooth removal for patients in Clarksville, Fort Campbell, and the surrounding communities.
When you find out you need an extraction, it is normal to feel anxious. However, Hillcrest Dental is here to help. We provide gentle, effective tooth extraction and wisdom tooth removal to help patients find relief. Hillcrest Dental is proud to be your trusted family dentist for almost 40 years! Our knowledgeable doctors and highly skilled team are backed by 30 years of experience in full-service dentistry.

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When you find out you need an extraction, it is normal to feel anxious. However, Hillcrest Dental is here to help. We provide gentle, effective tooth extraction and wisdom tooth removal to help patients find relief. Hillcrest Dental is proud to be your trusted family dentist for almost 40 years! Our knowledgeable doctors and highly skilled team are backed by 30 years of experience in full-service dentistry.

Do I Need A Tooth Extraction?

Once our permanent teeth come in, they are supposed to be with us for the rest of our lives. However, there are a number of conditions that can necessitate tooth extraction. You may need a tooth extraction if you experience one of the following:

  • Injury: Dental trauma, such as that resulting from sports-related mouth injury, may cause one or more teeth to become severely fractured or loosened. 
  • Infection: Tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental health issues can cause damage or infections. If the tooth can't be repaired or restored, it may have to be removed.
  • Crowding: If you are receiving orthodontic treatment, our dentist may recommend the removal of crooked or crowded teeth to help realign your bite with braces or clear aligners.

When it is no longer possible to save or restore your teeth, our dentist will perform an extraction.

Do I Need A Tooth Extraction?

Once our permanent teeth come in, they are supposed to be with us for the rest of our lives. However, there are a number of conditions that can necessitate tooth extraction. You may need a tooth extraction if you experience one of the following:

  • Injury: Dental trauma, such as that resulting from sports-related mouth injury, may cause one or more teeth to become severely fractured or loosened. 
  • Infection: Tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental health issues can cause damage or infections. If the tooth can't be repaired or restored, it may have to be removed.
  • Crowding: If you are receiving orthodontic treatment, our dentist may recommend the removal of crooked or crowded teeth to help realign your bite with braces or clear aligners.

When it is no longer possible to save or restore your teeth, our dentist will perform an extraction.

Do I Need A Tooth Extraction?

Once our permanent teeth come in, they are supposed to be with us for the rest of our lives. However, there are a number of conditions that can necessitate tooth extraction. You may need a tooth extraction if you experience one of the following:

  • Injury: Dental trauma, such as that resulting from sports-related mouth injury, may cause one or more teeth to become severely fractured or loosened. 
  • Infection: Tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental health issues can cause damage or infections. If the tooth can't be repaired or restored, it may have to be removed.
  • Crowding: If you are receiving orthodontic treatment, our dentist may recommend the removal of crooked or crowded teeth to help realign your bite with braces or clear aligners.

When it is no longer possible to save or restore your teeth, our dentist will perform an extraction.

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Do I Need A Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. If your wisdom teeth become impacted and interfere with surrounding teeth, they may need to be extracted. Impacted teeth can cause toothaches and painful infections, and extraction can provide relief and maintain your overall oral health.  

An impacted wisdom tooth may do one of the following:

  • Grow in at an angle toward the adjacent tooth 
  • Grow in at an angle toward the back of your mouth
  • Grow in at a right angle to the other teeth, as if lying flat inside your jawbone without fully erupting
  • Grow at the correct angle but remain trapped within the jawbone below the surface of your gums

Do I Need A Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. If your wisdom teeth become impacted and interfere with surrounding teeth, they may need to be extracted. Impacted teeth can cause toothaches and painful infections, and extraction can provide relief and maintain your overall oral health.  

An impacted wisdom tooth may do one of the following:

  • Grow in at an angle toward the adjacent tooth 
  • Grow in at an angle toward the back of your mouth
  • Grow in at a right angle to the other teeth, as if lying flat inside your jawbone without fully erupting
  • Grow at the correct angle but remain trapped within the jawbone below the surface of your gums

Do I Need A Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. If your wisdom teeth become impacted and interfere with surrounding teeth, they may need to be extracted. Impacted teeth can cause toothaches and painful infections, and extraction can provide relief and maintain your overall oral health.  

An impacted wisdom tooth may do one of the following:

  • Grow in at an angle toward the adjacent tooth 
  • Grow in at an angle toward the back of your mouth
  • Grow in at a right angle to the other teeth, as if lying flat inside your jawbone without fully erupting
  • Grow at the correct angle but remain trapped within the jawbone below the surface of your gums
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Do I Need A Wisdom Tooth Extraction?

Wisdom teeth are the final set of molars that erupt between the ages of 17 and 25. If your wisdom teeth become impacted and interfere with surrounding teeth, they may need to be extracted. Impacted teeth can cause toothaches and painful infections, and extraction can provide relief and maintain your overall oral health.  

An impacted wisdom tooth may do one of the following:

  • Grow in at an angle toward the adjacent tooth 
  • Grow in at an angle toward the back of your mouth
  • Grow in at a right angle to the other teeth, as if lying flat inside your jawbone without fully erupting
  • Grow at the correct angle but remain trapped within the jawbone below the surface of your gums
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Dental Exams & Cleanings At Hillcrest Dental

Dental exams and teeth cleanings frequently go hand-in-hand but are two distinct aspects of your appointment at our dental office. Here is what you can expect:

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Complete Exam

At a dental exam, our dentist will examine any X-rays, screen for signs of oral cancer, evaluate your gums and bone for periodontal disease, check the surfaces of your teeth for decay, and ensure that any fillings, crowns, or other dental treatment you have is still functional.

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Professional Cleaning

Your professional dental cleaning involves the dental hygienist removing tartar, or calculus, which is a hardened plaque that has attached to the tooth surface.  Special dental instruments are used to eliminate this build-up. The hygienist will also remove plaque, which is the sticky, almost invisible film that can form on the teeth. 

Plaque is composed of living bacteria, food debris, and saliva—an unpleasant mixture that can inflame the gums and trigger the beginning of periodontal disease. Additionally, your teeth will be polished to a shine, removing any other stains and achieving a clean, white surface.


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Other Preventive Care

Besides checkups and cleanings, our practice also offers other preventive services to keep your smile healthy. These service include:

  • Fluoride Treatments
  • Digital X-rays
  • Oral Cancer Screening

Exams and cleanings are both crucial to your oral health, and should be scheduled routinely as recommended by our dentists. Our team will also recommend other preventive measures as needed for a healthy, bright smile.

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General Dentistry At Hillcrest Dental

Is it time to choose a new dentist for your family? You can trust the Practice Name team for gentle comprehensive care at affordable prices. Here are the services you can expect during your next visit:

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Orthodontic Care At Hillcrest Dental

Our experienced team is passionate about creating healthy smiles in our community. Hillcrest Dental offers orthodontic treatment to help patients achieve optimal oral wellness and enjoy straighter, more comfortable smiles for life. Here are the services we offer our Clarksville and Fort Campbell patients:

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What Can I Expect During A Tooth Extraction?

First, our team will take a digital X-ray to assess the condition of your tooth and surrounding tissue. If we determine extraction is necessary, we will prepare you for your procedure. Our team offers same-day care and schedules same-day procedures whenever possible to provide prompt, effective care.

During your extraction, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the tooth. Local anesthesia will prevent any potential pressure or discomfort and make your procedure as pain-free as possible. Our dentist will perform your tooth extraction using forceps to remove the tooth.

For an impacted wisdom tooth, the gum and bone tissue around the tooth will need to be cut so that it can be removed. If the tooth is very difficult to pull out, then the dentist will cut the tooth into pieces and remove each piece individually. Once the tooth has been removed, our dentist will place gauze over the site to stop the bleeding. Be sure to bite down on the gauze as recommended by our dentist. This will help a blood clot form in the socket and promote a healthy recovery.

Following your extraction, you will experience some pain, swelling, or discomfort for 1-2 days. Our dentist may prescribe pain relievers and antibiotics as necessary. We will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to help make your recovery as quick and comfortable as possible. It may take up to a week for your mouth to fully heal, so please be sure to follow all care instructions.

What Can I Expect During A Tooth Extraction?

First, our team will take a digital X-ray to assess the condition of your tooth and surrounding tissue. If we determine extraction is necessary, we will prepare you for your procedure. Our team offers same-day care and schedules same-day procedures whenever possible to provide prompt, effective care.

During your extraction, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the tooth. Local anesthesia will prevent any potential pressure or discomfort and make your procedure as pain-free as possible. Our dentist will perform your tooth extraction using forceps to remove the tooth.

For an impacted wisdom tooth, the gum and bone tissue around the tooth will need to be cut so that it can be removed. If the tooth is very difficult to pull out, then the dentist will cut the tooth into pieces and remove each piece individually. Once the tooth has been removed, our dentist will place gauze over the site to stop the bleeding. Be sure to bite down on the gauze as recommended by our dentist. This will help a blood clot form in the socket and promote a healthy recovery.

Following your extraction, you will experience some pain, swelling, or discomfort for 1-2 days. Our dentist may prescribe pain relievers and antibiotics as necessary. We will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to help make your recovery as quick and comfortable as possible. It may take up to a week for your mouth to fully heal, so please be sure to follow all care instructions.

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What Can I Expect During A Tooth Extraction?

First, our team will take a digital X-ray to assess the condition of your tooth and surrounding tissue. If we determine extraction is necessary, we will prepare you for your procedure. Our team offers same-day care and schedules same-day procedures whenever possible to provide prompt, effective care.

During your extraction, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the tooth. Local anesthesia will prevent any potential pressure or discomfort and make your procedure as pain-free as possible. Our dentist will perform your tooth extraction using forceps to remove the tooth.

For an impacted wisdom tooth, the gum and bone tissue around the tooth will need to be cut so that it can be removed. If the tooth is very difficult to pull out, then the dentist will cut the tooth into pieces and remove each piece individually. Once the tooth has been removed, our dentist will place gauze over the site to stop the bleeding. Be sure to bite down on the gauze as recommended by our dentist. This will help a blood clot form in the socket and promote a healthy recovery.

Following your extraction, you will experience some pain, swelling, or discomfort for 1-2 days. Our dentist may prescribe pain relievers and antibiotics as necessary. We will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to help make your recovery as quick and comfortable as possible. It may take up to a week for your mouth to fully heal, so please be sure to follow all care instructions.

What Can I Expect During A Tooth Extraction?

First, our team will take a digital X-ray to assess the condition of your tooth and surrounding tissue. If we determine extraction is necessary, we will prepare you for your procedure. Our team offers same-day care and schedules same-day procedures whenever possible to provide prompt, effective care.

During your extraction, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the tooth. Local anesthesia will prevent any potential pressure or discomfort and make your procedure as pain-free as possible. Our dentist will perform your tooth extraction using forceps to remove the tooth.

For an impacted wisdom tooth, the gum and bone tissue around the tooth will need to be cut so that it can be removed. If the tooth is very difficult to pull out, then the dentist will cut the tooth into pieces and remove each piece individually. Once the tooth has been removed, our dentist will place gauze over the site to stop the bleeding. Be sure to bite down on the gauze as recommended by our dentist. This will help a blood clot form in the socket and promote a healthy recovery.

Following your extraction, you will experience some pain, swelling, or discomfort for 1-2 days. Our dentist may prescribe pain relievers and antibiotics as necessary. We will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to help make your recovery as quick and comfortable as possible. It may take up to a week for your mouth to fully heal, so please be sure to follow all care instructions.

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What Can I Expect During A Tooth Extraction?

First, our team will take a digital X-ray to assess the condition of your tooth and surrounding tissue. If we determine extraction is necessary, we will prepare you for your procedure. Our team offers same-day care and schedules same-day procedures whenever possible to provide prompt, effective care.

During your extraction, you will be given a local anesthetic to numb the tooth. Local anesthesia will prevent any potential pressure or discomfort and make your procedure as pain-free as possible. Our dentist will perform your tooth extraction using forceps to remove the tooth.

For an impacted wisdom tooth, the gum and bone tissue around the tooth will need to be cut so that it can be removed. If the tooth is very difficult to pull out, then the dentist will cut the tooth into pieces and remove each piece individually. Once the tooth has been removed, our dentist will place gauze over the site to stop the bleeding. Be sure to bite down on the gauze as recommended by our dentist. This will help a blood clot form in the socket and promote a healthy recovery.

Following your extraction, you will experience some pain, swelling, or discomfort for 1-2 days. Our dentist may prescribe pain relievers and antibiotics as necessary. We will provide you with detailed post-operative instructions to help make your recovery as quick and comfortable as possible. It may take up to a week for your mouth to fully heal, so please be sure to follow all care instructions.

Call or visit Hillcrest Dental today for all your family’s every dental care need!
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Cosmetic Dentistry At Hillcrest Dental

Are you ready to enjoy a beautiful new smile? Schedule your consultation today! Our knowledgeable doctors and skilled dental team offer the cosmetic care you need to get the smile you have always wanted. Depending on your needs, our doctors may recommend the following procedures:

Professional Teeth Whitening

Are your teeth dull, yellow, or stained? Professional teeth whitening may be right for you! We use powerful yet gentle bleaching systems to remove stubborn stains in one 30-60 minute appointment.

Dental Veneers

Do you want to makeover the look and quality of your smile? Our doctor may recommend cosmetic dental veneers! Custom-made to your unique treatment needs, veneers are ultra-thin shells of porcelain that are used to instantly achieve a selfie-ready smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do dental implants hurt?

You will require a minor surgical procedure to place the implants in your jaw. Following your procedure, it’s normal to experience some pain and swelling while your mouth heals. Our team will provide you with detailed postoperative instructions and prescribed pain relievers (as needed) to help you manage any discomfort you may experience.

How much do tooth implants cost?

The full cost of your tooth implants will depend on your unique condition. Factors such as your overall oral health, the extent of restoration needed, and your treatment goals will impact the total fees charged for your implant procedure. However, we offer our services at competitive prices, and many insurance plans cover a portion of your dental implant costs.

What happens if I don’t get a dental implant?

Failing to replace your missing tooth can lead to jawbone tissue loss, which can impact the natural look of your face. It can also cause the surrounding teeth to become damaged or move out of alignment. As time passes, you will increase your risk of the teeth shifting so much that there is no longer room to place the implant. It is important to maintain optimal oral health and support your jawbone by replacing your missing teeth as soon as possible.

Find Out If Dental Implants Are Right For You.Take the quiz to see if you are a candidate for dental implant treatment.

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Do You Accept Walk-ins And Emergency Appointments?

Yes, we do! At Hillcrest Dental, we accept patients on a walk-in basis as scheduling permits. We also offer same-day dental services and emergency care to provide relief and give you a reason to smile! When you need immediate attention, call our Clarksville dental office today!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do dentures hurt?

It takes a few weeks for your mouth to adjust to your dentures. Your gums will feel tender and it will take some time to get used to eating. If you need your remaining teeth pulled prior to receiving dentures, this procedure will require a period of healing as well. Our team will provide you with detailed instructions on how to reduce your discomfort while you heal. Should you experience any issues with your dentures, be sure to call our office right away for a follow-up.

How much do dentures cost?

While a considerable investment in your oral health, dentures are typically more affordable than dental implants. The total cost of your dentures will depend on your case and the type of dentures you choose, such as full or partial. Dental insurance will usually cover the cost of your dentures in part or full, depending on your plan. Our team will discuss all treatment costs and payment options during your denture consultation.

Can I eat normal foods with dentures?

Yes, you can. Once you are fully adjusted to wearing your new dentures, you will be able to eat almost anything. You can use denture adhesive pastes or strips for a more secure fit when eating, so that you never have to worry about your denture slipping. Be sure to avoid especially hard, chewy, or sticky foods, as they may damage your dentures.

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Do root canals hurt?

Today, getting a root canal is just as comfortable as getting a filling. Once your permanent crown is set, you may experience a little abnormal jolt when you bite until your mouth completely heals. As with most dental procedures, you may have some minor tenderness afterward, but it will pass in 1-2 days.

Rest assured knowing that we will do everything we can to make sure that you are comfortable during your root canal treatment. Our doctor will administer local anesthesia to numb the treatment area and reduce any discomfort you may experience.

How much do root canals cost?

The cost of your root canal procedure will depend on your unique case, such as the location in your mouth and the tooth that requires treatment. Our team will discuss all treatment costs and payment options during your visit.

How long is a root canal procedure?

The length of your procedure will depend on your unique case, such as the position of your tooth and the condition of the tooth receiving treatment. Our dentist will explain what to expect during your root canal before your procedure.

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Do tooth extractions hurt?

No, extractions are not typically painful. Extractions are simple, straightforward procedures that our experienced doctors regularly perform at our state-of-the-art Clarksville dental office. While you may experience some pressure during your extraction, your dentist will make sure you are relaxed and comfortable.

How much do extractions cost?

The full cost of your extraction will depend on your unique circumstances and treatment needs. Our team will discuss all costs during your initial consultation and answer any questions you may have about insurance coverage and payment options.

How long do extractions take?

Simple extractions are relatively quick outpatient procedures that we perform in our office. If you need a surgical extraction, it may take more time to complete. No matter your case, our doctor will explain your procedure in full detail, so you know exactly what to expect.
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