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Dental Tooth Extractions

Trauma, severe decay, infection, and overcrowding are the most common reasons for a tooth that needs to be removed. We will do everything we can to save your tooth. If we determine an extraction is needed, the process is very simple, and a lot quicker than you think!

Examining an X-ray

Step 1: X-Rays

First, we take a series of X-Rays of the tooth in question.

Doctor Using Digital Tablet

Step 2: Clinical Review

After determining the condition of the surrounding bone and position of the tooth, we will plan the best course of action

At the Dentist

Step 3: Removal

Your dentist will give you an injection of local anesthetic, to completely numb the area, and the tooth is removed, painlessly!


Here are some do's and don't's following surgery. Most patients have little to no pain after surgery. During the first three days, use these tips along with your individual instructions.

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