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Tooth Extraction

Do you have a tooth in pain? Or one that is cracked or damaged? If the tooth cannot be repaired with a filling, crown or cap, then a tooth extraction may be required. Tooth extraction is the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. Your comfort is our primary goal. We do both simple extractions as well as surgical extractions of badly decayed teeth or impacted teeth.

WISDOM TEETH EXTRACTION

In our late teens or early twenties, our third molars, commonly known as our wisdom teeth, begin to come in. In many cases, the jaw is simply not large enough to accommodate the extra teeth, and they become impacted, meaning they remain under the gum.

Once impacted, wisdom teeth can cause complications including infection, crowding, damage to other teeth, cysts that permanently damage the jaw and other complications. There are cases as well where the wisdom teeth penetrate through the gums, possibly at an awkward angle, also necessitating wisdom tooth extraction. While it is difficult to predict whether your impacted teeth will cause such damage, it is highly likely complications will arise.

The extraction of wisdom teeth is a common procedure performed under local anesthesia. Barring any complications, the tooth can be easily removed in one piece. After surgery, patients can expect varying levels of swelling and discomfort. However, we do everything possible to minimize pain and recovery time.

We have the team and training to enable us to extract teeth safely and effectively. Call us today for more information.

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We have the team and training to enable us to extract teeth safely and effectively. Call us today for more information.

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To Our Valued Patients and Community:

It is with the safety of our patients and team in mind that we announce our office will be closed for normal operations temporarily, based on the suggestion from the American Dental Association.

We will continue to treat patients in need of emergency care and will do our best to see you as quickly as possible. During this time we will be implementing even stricter infection prevention measures to keep all of our staff and patients safe.

Please call our office at if you are in need of immediate assistance or if you are trying to schedule or reschedule a non-emergency appointment after we reopen completely. We appreciate your understanding.

Be safe and well,
Karl & Hoffman Family Dental Center