Routine Extractions

Routine Extraction is an extraction of erupted tooth or exposed root that do not require extensive surgical work. This depends on the tooth and it’s current state. The procedure involves luxating the tooth/root with elevators and/or forceps and includes routine removal of tooth structure, minor smoothing of socket bone, and closure, as necessary.

Pediatric Extractions

Pediatric Extraction is an extraction of coronal remnants of deciduous tooth (baby tooth). This is a removal of soft tissue-retained coronal remnants. Normally not requiring sutures or extensive postoperative care.

Surgical Extractions

Surgical Extraction is an extractions of tooth that is erupted and is severely decayed or fractured or broken down, or has a history of previous root canal treatment with fusion to surrounding bone would require elevation of mucoperiosteal flap and removal of bone and/or section of tooth. This includes cutting of gingiva and bone, removal of tooth structure, minor smoothing of socket bone and closure.

All extractions at our facility are inclusive of local anesthesia, suturing, if needed, and routine postoperative care. Our facility does not provide IV or Oral Sedation.