Tooth Extractions Can Be Simple or Surgical
Simple tooth extractions are performed on teeth that are visible and easily accessible in the mouth. Simple tooth extractions do not require an incision and are performed under local anesthetic.
However, surgical tooth extractions require an oral surgeon and are usually necessary for more complicated situations, which may include:
- Cracked or fractured teeth
- Entangled or multiple curved roots
- Impacted teeth
- Wisdom teeth
- Overly large sinuses
- Teeth or bone infections
Dental Depot’s general dentists are experienced in a variety of tooth extractions.
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