Tooth Extraction

With our modern technology, tooth extraction is easy and pain-free. When you visit us, we will determine whether you need an extraction or a different restorative procedure, such as a root canal. Whenever we can save your natural tooth, we will do everything we can to do so. Therefore, our patients only need extraction when there is extreme decay or damage present. 

If you experience dental anxiety, then we can help by providing sedation dentistry. We will either give you anti-anxiety medication to take prior to your appointment or administer nitrous oxide while you’re here. Plus, we will apply local anesthesia to the area around your tooth. Then, we can simply and easily extract the decaying tooth or teeth. 

Your Tooth Replacement Options

We have a variety of options for tooth replacement that depend on your budget, lifestyle, and needs. Depending on if you have one missing tooth or a full arch, we can replace your teeth accordingly. Additionally, you may have a preference between fixed and removable replacements. During your initial consultation, we will discuss all of these options and help you attain a beautiful, functional smile. 


Dentures are a removable tooth replacement option. We have both partial and complete dentures to fit your smile needs. If you have only one or several missing teeth, then partial dentures could be the solution for you. Partial dentures fit in the spaces between your natural teeth and use clamps to secure onto your sturdy teeth. 

On the other hand, if you need a full arch of teeth, then you could benefit from complete dentures. Complete dentures sit on top of your gums and mold around your gums for a comfortable fit. With either option, you can take out your dentures whenever you need to. For instance, you may want to remove your dentures to eat or sleep. 

Dental Implants

Though dentures are more comfortable than ever with modern technology, you might want a tooth replacement option that is secure. With dental implants, we drill into your jawbone to create a new root for your tooth. Then, we can attach your tooth replacement to the implant location. Due to the fixed position of dental implants, this solution both looks and feels like natural teeth.

Your Dentist for Tooth Replacements in Wilmington, Delaware

When you lose a tooth, there’s no need for dread or embarrassment. Instead, let us help you find a solution with the best tooth replacement options in dentistry. With new prosthetic teeth, you’ll feel more confident than ever. 

We’d love to help you restore your smile. Give us a call at (302) 994-0979 to schedule your consultation with Dr. Rosen about tooth replacements.