Tooth Extraction

Tooth Extraction
Tooth Extraction
There might be certain instances where your dentist at Anoka Dental might recommend a tooth extraction. While the primary focus is always to save as many natural teeth as possible, an extraction might sometimes be the only way to preserve oral health.
Tooth extractions are done under local anesthesia. The site is numbed, and the affected tooth is removed using surgical tools.

Tooth Extraction Causes

Tooth Extraction Aftercare

Tooth Extraction Infection

If a patient fails to follow the post-operative instructions given to them by their dentist, a painful condition such as a dry socket might occur. Dry sockets happen when the blood clot at the site of extraction dislodges, exposing the underlying nerves and bone exposed. It is an extremely painful condition and requires professional intervention.

Other risks associated with tooth extraction that shouldn’t be ignored are –

If you’re around the Anoka area and are surfing the web for a “tooth extraction near me”, don’t. Come on over to Anoka Dental. Give us a call at (763) 421-4002 to book an appointment. Anoka Dental is also open and available for an emergency tooth extraction, should the need arise.