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We can give you an itemized receipt that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement for our out-of-network services.
Our dental surgeon will help determine which type of extraction is best for you.
In all cases, the dentist will give you a local anesthetic to prevent pain.
Because the removal of a tooth can lead to problems with your chewing ability and dental health, procedures for replacement options of your tooth may be recommended.
You might need your tooth or teeth pulled if:
Let us help you determine if an extraction is needed. Trust us with your immediate dental care needs and schedule your appointment today!
A blood clot forms where your tooth was pulled out. The clot must stay there for the healing process to begin. You’ll get several post-op instructions to follow so you can keep the clot in place. This will prevent the clot from dislodging and causing a painful condition called dry socket.
After you get a tooth pulled, it’s important that you:
It is typical to have pain, swelling, bruising, and continued bleeding.
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