Surgical Extractions

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Surgical Extractions

Easy Tooth Removal with In-Office Tooth Extractions

If you have a damaged tooth that cannot be saved or have some overcrowding, we may recommend tooth extractions as part of your treatment plan. Patients in Howell, Michigan who need to have one or more teeth removed can turn to us for in-house treatment and a comfortable, stress-free experience. Whether you need your wisdom teeth or other teeth removed, this is a relatively painless procedure that can improve your oral health.

Reasons to Get Tooth Extractions

  • Severely damaged teeth
  • Impacted teeth
  • Wisdom Teeth (to prevent infection)
  • Severely decayed teeth
  • Preparation for dental implants
  • Preparation for orthodontic treatment
  • Treat overcrowding
  • Prevent gum disease or an infection from spreading

What to Expect with Tooth Extractions

We understand that the idea of having a tooth removed can be distressing and you may have some anxiety about visiting the dentist because of it. We offer sedation dentistry  to help you feel more relaxed and comfortable during our procedure. The gums around the area where the tooth was removed will be sore for some time and you will be given specific post-op instructions to ensure optimal healing.

If the wisdom teeth or impacted teeth in the back of the mouth were removed, you will need to keep the area clean and avoid eating from that side or drinking anything with a straw to protect the area while it heals. If the blood clot forming over the extraction area is dislodged or removed, it can delay healing and increase the risk of infection.

Trusted General Dentist in Howell, Michigan

When you need an experienced dentist for wisdom teeth removal, tooth extractions before dental implants, or other dentistry treatments in Howell, Michigan, turn to us for a stress-free experience. We offer sedation dentistry to make the tooth removal process as painless as possible. Whether you have impacted teeth or a severely damaged tooth that cannot be saved, getting timely treatment can improve your oral health.