Sometimes, dental issues can’t be resolved with restorative treatments, and a tooth extraction becomes necessary to preserve oral health. At Boynton Beach Dental Care, we offer effective tooth extraction solutions for various common problems.

Our Tooth Extraction Procedure:

– Assessment & Evaluation: Our oral surgeons assess the tooth’s condition and surrounding areas using X-rays and diagnostic imaging.

– Anesthesia Administration: Local anesthesia is administered to numb the area, ensuring a pain-free experience. Conscious sedation or general anesthesia may be used for complex cases or anxious patients.

– Loosening: Specialized instruments are used to loosen the targeted tooth from its socket.

– Removal: The dentist skillfully removes the tooth with minimal pressure to prevent discomfort.

– Socket Cleaning & Preparation: The area is cleaned to facilitate proper healing, and additional procedures like bone grafting may be performed if needed.

– Hemostasis & Suturing: Steps are taken to control bleeding, and sutures may be used to close the wound.

Tooth Extraction Costs:

The cost of tooth extractions varies based on complexity and additional factors. Here are the average costs for different types of extractions:

Simple tooth Extraction


Extraction, erupted tooth or exposed root


Erupted tooth requiring bone removal


Impacted wisdom tooth (soft tissue)


Impacted wisdom tooth (partially bony)


Impacted wisdom tooth (completely bony)


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Common Reasons for Tooth Extraction:

  1. Severe decay: Extensively decayed teeth that can’t be restored.
  2. Impacted wisdom teeth: Wisdom teeth causing pain or damage due to lack of space.
  3. Dental trauma: Teeth severely damaged beyond repair.
  4. Crowded molars/orthodontic treatment: Extractions to create space for proper alignment.
  5. Gum disease (periodontitis): Extracting severely affected teeth for gum disease management.
  6. Preparations for dentures or dental implants: Making space for prosthetics or implants.

Risks of Treatment:

  • Bleeding
  • Dry Socket
  • Nerve Damage
  • Sinus Problems
  • Jaw Fracture
  • Swelling and Bruising
  • Delayed Healing
  • Damage to Adjacent Teeth

Recovery Period:

The healing time varies, but here are the general stages:

  1. Initial Healing (24-48 hours): Formation of a blood clot in the socket.
  2. Swelling and Discomfort (2-3 days): Apply ice packs and take prescribed pain medications.
  3. Tissue Repair (1-2 weeks): Healing of the socket and gum tissue closure.
  4. Gum Healing (2-4 weeks): Continued healing of gum tissue.
  5. Bone Healing (6-8 weeks): Remodeling and regeneration of the bone.

Boynton Beach Dental Care Recommendations:

  • Check your medical insurance coverage for dental services.
  • Maintain good oral hygiene after the extraction.
  • Schedule regular check-ups to monitor healing and address concerns.

For affordable same-day tooth extractions, visit us at 65 SE, 9th St, Miami, FL 33131, or call (407) 989 9999 to arrange an appointment and consultation. Let our experienced orthodontic specialists solve your dental health issues!

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