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You have a problem. We have the solution.

No Insurance?

No Problem. With our VIP plan includes free exams, X-rays, and regular prophy plus you receive significant discounts on all dental treatments.

Fear of Dentist?

We offer a wide array of sedation option for a pleasant dental experience.

Concerned about Quality?

Being treated by our specialist dentists in conjunction with our modern in-office lab ensures highest quality.

Cost is an issue?

We offer competitive fees along with our Best Price Guarantee policy.

Need Financing?

We offer a wide array of financing options to make your investment in your health affordable.

Busy schedule?

We offer extended hours including Saturdays.

Time Constraints

With our in-office lab we can offer 1-day services.

Dental Extraction

Damaged and infected teeth may require extraction in order to protect the overall health of your teeth and gums. Common reasons for extraction include crowded teeth, infected teeth, gum disease, or to remove teeth that are damaged beyond repair.

Wisdom Teeth Extraction

The removal of wisdom teeth is among the most common forms of dental extraction. Even if wisdom teeth are undamaged, they are often unnecessary and may cause crowding in the mouth. Wisdom teeth are often extracted during one’s teenage years or in young adulthood to prevent possible infection or crowding of teeth.

The Process

The area around the affected tooth is numbed using a local anesthetic. If extracting several teeth, general anesthesia may be used to put the patient to sleep during the procedure. If a tooth is firmly rooted, your dentist may have to cut the tooth into several pieces before extracting the tooth. After the tooth is extracted and the site thoroughly cleaned, a cotton gauze may be placed to stem the bleeding and stitches may be used to seal the wound. An implant, dental bridge, or denture may also be used to fill a resulting gap, sometimes immediately after the extraction, depending on the situation.

Recovery after a Dental Extraction

Most patients require only a few days to recover from dental extraction, however proper care is essential to avoid potentially serious problems that can arise after surgery.

Here are a few tips for at-home care after a dental extraction:

Eat only soft foods. Wait until the mouth has thoroughly healed before eating solid foods.

Change gauzes regularly

Rinse gently with warm salt water 24 hours after your surgery. Do so gently with only mildly warm water to avoid further irritating sensitive areas of the mouth

Use ibuprofen or other approved medicines to reduce pain and swelling. If using a prescription pain medication, take only as directed and no longer than necessary

Elevate the head and do not strain yourself. Do not lie flat, as this can increase bleeding

Avoid using straws and tobacco

Continue to care for teeth by brushing carefully

Swelling may also be reduced by applying cold compresses to the cheek

If you are suffering from an infected, damaged or irritable tooth or are in need of a wisdom tooth extraction, contact our office to schedule your next appointment with us today.

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What some of our patients are saying

Chris perales

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From the initial visit, to the consultation, to the work performed I felt I was in excellent hands. Genuine folks with phenomenal skills at every level of an office visit. I am looking forward to completing the game plan we organized together. Best dental experience I've ever had. Dr. B and his staff get 5 Stars from me hands down.

Cindy Wilson

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I was a severe grinder and had to have a lot of work done. Dr Kaar completely transformed my smile and I am extremely happy with the results! His staff was courteous and professional and a real pleasure to be around. Thanks to Dr. Kaar and all of his staff for a "painless" experience and delivering extraordinary results!

Ben C

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It was well worth the drive from Fort Worth for my three implants. The staff was friendly and very professional. The cost was less than half of what a friend was quoted elsewhere. I would recommend Advanced Dentistry to anyone.

Connor T

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Wonderful office staff! Everyone is kind and professional. Dr. B is a great surgeon and the price they offer for implants cannot be matched. I highly recommend Advanced Dentistry.

This is the BEST Dentistry

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This is the BEST Dentistry in Dallas-Fort Worth. Dr. Karr delivers State of the Art Dentistry! His Staff is a reflection of the service he performs...PERFECTIONIST! The dentist office is Simply Beautiful! Last but not least..he is affordable!! I got the All-In 4 dental implants & they are simply beautiful!