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Tooth Extraction

Row of wooden tooth shapes, one of which is being pulled out of the row by dental pliersAt Frankart Family Dental, we always seek to help our patients preserve and restore their natural teeth. However, there are times when teeth will need to be removed for your oral health.

We may recommend a tooth extraction in the event of:
•  Severely decayed or damaged teeth
•  Excessive crowding and orthodontic realignment
•  Impacted wisdom teeth
•  Retained baby teeth

An infected or decayed tooth will only cause the condition to spread to adjacent teeth if it is allowed to go untreated. Dr. Frankart will discuss any treatments possible to preserve your tooth. If no other options are available, then moving forward with an extraction (and any necessary tooth replacement treatments) will be needed to prevent the spread of disease to other teeth.

Extractions can be categorized as either non-surgical/simple or surgical, which can involve cutting through the gums and tooth in order to extract the tooth. A simple extraction can become a surgical extraction if the tooth fractures during the procedure or becomes more complicated to remove. We perform these procedures only after ensuring the extraction site(s) are profoundly numb and ensuring the patient is comfortable and ready to proceed.

In the case where a tooth will be difficult to extract or if the patient desires general anesthesia, we will be happy to refer them to a trusted oral surgeon to ensure the best and smoothest possible experience. Call us today at (513) 809-1366!
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