Tooth Extractions Can Be Simple or Surgical
Simple extractions can be accomplished with visible, easily accessible teeth. They require no incisions and need only local anesthetic. Simple extractions do not require an incision and are performed under local anesthetic.
Surgical extractions require an oral surgeon and are required for more complex or serious situations, such as:
- Cracked or fractured teeth
- Entangled or multiple curved roots
- Impacted teeth
- Overly large sinuses
- Teeth or bone infections
Dental Depot’s general dentists are experienced in a variety of tooth extractions.
My husband had a tooth pulled a few weeks ago and the Dr was amazing and so was his assistant!
So I'm DEATHLY AFRAID of going to the dentist to get work done for several reasons and my main reason is I have problems choking real easy but I went to Dental Depot and all of my fears were laid to rest when I went this week! I had a root canal done along with one being pulled and I didn't have any problems during both procedures! Thank you Dental Depot for giving me a good experience the 1st time and I will definitely be referring friends and family to see you all!
This was my first time here and first time geting teeth pulled. Everyone was super nice and gentle with everything. Dr patel was amazing at pulling my teeth. I will deffently be coming back and i recommend this place to everyone!
I had my first tooth pulled here and everyone was very comforting and made sure to talk to me through the whole procedure. It was a great first time experience, relaxing and the staff was wonderful.
I went in today to get my tooth pulled. The dental team was so nice to me, especially Dayla, kept my anxious myself at bay. Thank you Dr Sebourn, the whole process was painless and professional
Had to have a tooth pulled I was scared but my fears were put to rest quickly the dentist was so kind.
Very professional and friendly bunch here on South Side. Had to have a tooth pulled and I had little to no PAIN! Great Job!
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