In the best interest of our patients and staff, we have decided to postpone all non-emergent dental care as of March 17, 2020.
As always, we will be available for all dental emergencies. Please call our office with questions and check our website for updates.
CJ Tull III, DDS
Gregg T. Behling, DMD
Michelle M. Decere, DMD
Robert P. Bolton, DDS, MS
Loved by Kids. Trusted by Parents. Pediatrician Approved.
There are several reasons for extracting teeth including infection, dental trauma and crowding for orthodontic purposes. When extractions are necessary, we do our best to see that your child has as pain free of an experience as possible. Nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and local anesthesia are generally recommended for the most comfortable visit. After an extraction, it is very important to keep adequate pressure with gauze to control the bleeding. We recommend Tylenol or Motrin for pain control, along with a soft diet. Please contact our office if your child’s pain persists.