Dental extraction (also referred to as exodontias) involves the removal of one or more teeth. Extractions are performed for a wide variety of reasons – including trauma, tooth decay, infection, impacted wisdom teeth, and future orthodontic treatment.

Simple extractions are the most common type of exodontias and are usually performed on damaged or decayed teeth. This type of extraction is performed under a local anesthetic on teeth that are visible above the gum line, causing minimal to no discomfort for patients.

Surgical extractions are typically performed under local anesthesia and involve the removal of teeth that have not fully erupted above the gum line or are difficult to access. This is a more invasive type of exodontias; however clients feel no discomfort during the procedure and are commonly given pain medication to alleviate any further discomfort during recovery.

Reasons to Consider Extraction

  • To remove one or more damaged or decayed teeth
  • To remove any teeth broken due to trauma
  • To remove infected or abscessed teeth
  • To remove impacted wisdom teeth
  • To aid future orthodontic treatment
  • Cosmetic purposes

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