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Root Canals

Saving your Teeth From Being Pulled

Saving the natural tooth is always a wise decision. Root canal treatment helps to keep your natural smile, continue to eat your usual diet, and avoid ongoing dental work. A tooth that has received a root canal treatment can last a lifetime if taken care of properly. Our expert dentists will use local anesthesia to numb your tooth and gums, making sure you are comfortable the whole time. With the modern technology available to us today, a root canal is typically very similar to having a deep filling done.

Reasons You May Need a Root Canal Treatment

When the soft tissue inside your tooth (the pulp) becomes infected or inflamed, a root canal treatment is needed. Here is a list of reasons why you may need a root canal treatment:

  • Deep decay
  • Repeated dental procedures on the tooth
  • Faulty crown
  • Crack or chip in the tooth

If left untreated, you may experience persistent pain and/or an abscess as a result. The term root canal can sound scary to a lot of people. However, the procedure itself doesn’t cause any kind of special pain and is actually the solution to those experiencing persistent tooth pain. Almost all patients report feeling better shortly after a root canal treatment.


Extractions Delivered with Care and Compassion

Although permanent teeth are meant to last a lifetime, there are a number of reasons that you may need to have a tooth pulled in adulthood. Generally, dentists take a proactive approach to a patient’s oral health needs in order to prevent the need for a tooth extraction. However, when a tooth becomes badly damaged due to drama or decay, seeking an extraction is often the best course of action.

At Emergency Dental Professionals, our affordable wisdom teeth removal dentists in St Paul, MN, perform effective and efficient extractions for less. Whether you have an impacted, infected or fractured wisdom tooth, count on our dedicated dental team to handle your needs with the utmost care. Contact our tooth removal dentists for more information about our procedures.

Correct the Position of Your Teeth with Wisdom Teeth Removal

Wisdom teeth don’t always have to cause pain to set the stage for future dental problems. The movement of surrounding teeth caused by emerging wisdom teeth is often slow and may not induce any pain. However, if you or a family member has had braces or some other orthodontic treatment, crowding from wisdom teeth can potentially undo that work.

When you visit our office, depending on your individual needs, we may recommend removing some or all of your wisdom teeth to help alleviate any current pain. Additionally, we may also recommend removing problem wisdom teeth sooner rather than later to avoid future complications that could result in a dental emergency. Allow our skilled team to determine the position of your wisdom teeth and the type of extraction that best serves your needs. Schedule an appointment with our dental office today and be step closer to ending your wisdom tooth pain.

Bone Grafting

Patients who have experienced bone loss due to aging, having missing teeth, trauma to the jaw or untreated periodontal disease might require bone graft to help support existing teeth. In fact, if you got a tooth extraction and looking to get implants, half of implant placement procedures require bone grafts. Bone graft is just one of the many bone augmentation procedure and you may need to build bone in your mouth. Other procedures include:

Sinus Lift

This procedure raises the sinus floor to increase the height of the bone in the upper jaw above the premolar and molar teeth to support placements of implants. 

Socket Grafting

This procedure places a bone substitute in your socket and helps bone heal much faster and prevents dry sockets. This preserves bone and controls the bleeding. The bone graft is placed for the eventual tooth implant process in the future.


This procedure helps recreate the natural contour of the gums and jaw that may have been lost due to an extraction or bone loss. When a tooth is removed, an empty socket is left in the alveolar ridge bone. Alveoloplasty will result in a more suitable jawbone shape for future dental treatments, like implants, as it will rebuild the original height and width of the alveolar ridge. If you have any questions, please give us a call at your earliest convenience!

Dental Implants

If you have missing teeth or need a dental extraction, you may be an ideal candidate for dental implants. Chewing can be difficult and smiling can be embarrassing without your missing teeth. Thankfully with modern technology, dental implants can look and function exactly like natural teeth. Dental implants are precisely engineered screws that lock into the area of the empty space. They provide stability and effectively take the place of a natural tooth. Our skilled team will provide a comfortable solution for your missing teeth. Ask about our dental implants today!

Incision and Drainage

If you have ever suffered from an infection of the mouth, you know it is in fact one of the most painful dental experiences ever. If left untreated, it can even be life threatening. At Emergency Dental Professionals, we will help relieve the pain. Common causes of tooth abscess are due to untreated tooth decay, tooth injury or even gum disease. It is important to visit your dentist every six months for a chance to examine your oral health. Allow our skilled team to determine the position of the abscess and the type of incision that best serves your needs. Schedule an appointment with our dental office today and be a step closer to ending your abscess pain.


Oral health means more than preventing cavities and keeping your teeth clean. There can be much larger health risks that could be present in your mouth, such as oral cancer. While we can get a good sense by simply looking in your mouth, it is necessary to perform a biopsy. A biopsy is performed by removing some tissue and sending it to a lab for examination. At Emergency Dental Professionals, our team will treat our patients with the utmost care. If you have any questions, please give us a call at your earliest convenience!


Everybody has a unique oral feature including their gums. Some have gums that cover more of their teeth, while others struggle with receding gums or possibly gum disease. For those that have gums over teeth that cause major pain when eating, a gingivectomy may be indicated. A gingivectomy, also known as the removal of gums, could help remove unwanted gum tissue. If you see gums over your tooth, please give us a call for a consultation today!

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