Dental ExtractionSamuel Cruz2020-11-01T23:07:37-05:00Dental ExtractionSolve “Problem” Tooth IssuesExtractions are common for your teeth that do not develop or emerge properly. The procedure is necessary on occasion to prevent your surrounding, healthy teeth from being damaged.Your wisdom teeth are most often the focus of an extraction. Crooked teeth, crowded teeth, broken teeth, decayed teeth, or teeth that develop improperly can also be extracted.Your adjoining teeth can be damaged if a tooth develops at an angle or emerges crooked. A tooth extraction makes room for your healthy teeth to develop and stay properly aligned.An extraction is an oral surgery procedure. Depending on the condition of your tooth it can be completed within a few minutes.You will be provided a local anesthesia and/or an available sedation method during your treatment. This will help you relax and have a comfortable experience.A proper healing period will follow your extraction. Additional dental treatment will be recommended to fill your missing tooth gap and preserve the health of your surrounding teeth and gums.You will be provided post-operative care instructions. This will help you avoid unnecessary pain and allow your extraction site to heal effectively.