Dental Extractions

A dental extraction (or the removal of a tooth from the mouth) is performed for a wide variety of reasons, including tooth decay or breakage that renders the tooth unable to be restored, gum disease, or trauma. Other dental extractions include removal of impacted or problematic wisdom teeth, or removal of permanent teeth to create space for orthodontic treatment. Patients are usually able to return to work or school the next day.

Other Procedures: