Tooth Extractions

We do our best to preserve your natural teeth and smile in the most conservative way possible. However, under certain circumstances, a patient may need to have one or more teeth removed.

Causes of Tooth Extractions

  • Extensive decay or damage has left the tooth unable to be repaired by other methods
  • Periodontal disease resulting in loose teeth
  • Orthodontic concerns
  • Impacted teeth (teeth that remain under the gumline or bone)

Risks Involved with Tooth Extractions

Tooth extractions are considered an oral surgery procedure. Like most surgeries, these procedures leave the body susceptible to infection. It is very important to provide your dentist with your entire updated medical history – including a list of all medications and supplements you are taking. Your medical history will guide your dentist in developing a pre- and post- treatment plan that best fits your needs.


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