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Tooth Extractions
Madison, WI


Dr. Hoyer speaking with a staff member at Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants in Madison, WIThe extraction, or removal, of teeth, is sometimes necessary for the health of the patient. Extraction is never the first option but is only done when restoration is not an option; this is because the extraction of teeth complicates and adjusts so many other parts of your mouth. Our staff at Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants can examine your teeth, and help you understand all of your options, which may include extraction. Together, we can develop a treatment plan, which may include restoring teeth and gums, the placement of a dental implant, or other prosthetic options.

Why are teeth extracted?


Teeth are extracted for a variety of reasons, but always when it improves the patient’s health. At Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants, we may recommend the removal of a tooth when:

•  Severe Decay: Decaying teeth can be very problematic. If a tooth is decayed, and not treated, the decay can then spread into the tooth pulp. Infected pulp is painful, and has the potential for infection to spread to neighboring teeth. In many cases, root canal therapy can be performed to treat the infection, but the extensive damage will require extraction. Never ignore the signs of infection.
•  Periodontal Disease: Periodontal disease is an active bacterial infection of your gum tissue. Having healthy gum tissue is important to the support of your teeth. As the infection rages it damages the soft tissue and eventually attacks the hard bone tissue. Patients with the active periodontal disease often experience a loss of bone mass, which leads to the loss of teeth.
•  Broken or Fractured Teeth: Teeth that have broken or fractured beyond repair, meaning there is not sufficient tooth to attach a dental crown to, need to be extracted.
•  Badly Positioned: In many cases, a tooth needs to be removed because it is badly positioned, affecting the bite. This would also include an extra tooth. In general, an orthodontist will make the recommendation to have a badly positioned tooth removed.
•  Non-functional Teeth: We may recommend the removal of a tooth in preparation for a prosthetic device to be placed. This includes preparation before a dental implant, bridge, denture or partial being placed.

Extraction


Tooth extractions are a common procedure performed in our oral surgery office. Typically tooth extractions can be performed using local anesthesia. This will depend on the procedure being done, including if it is a surgical or non-surgical procedure, and how many teeth are being removed. Surgical extractions are performed when cuts need to be made to remove the entire tooth, a non-surgical extraction can quickly turn into a surgical extraction during the procedure. For patients who have complex cases, IV anesthesia/sedation can be used.

Following extraction, patients often need a day or two to recover. We will review post-treatment guidelines with you at time of treatment. In general, this will include being aware of excessive bleeding, swelling, and signs of infection.

For more information on both surgical and non-surgical dental extractions, or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please give us a call at: (608) 960-7650
The doctors of Madison Oral Surgery & Dental Implants would like to inform you of the enhanced safety protocol developed for our office in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Working with recommendations from the CDC, OSHA, American Dental Association, and local government, we have enhanced our already stringent protocols for hygiene and safety.

•  All patients and staff wear masks
•  All patients and guests are screened with a COVID-19 questionnaire and temperature check prior to admission to our clinic lobby. Hand hygiene is performed before entry.
•  All personnel have twice daily temperature checks
•  To allow for social distancing, we have reduced the number of patients and guests in the office at one time and spaced the seating in our lobby appropriately
•  Allow more time for disinfecting between patient encounters
•  Increased disinfection of frequently touched surfaces including counter tops, handles, lobby seating, and bathroom surfaces
•  New, single use pens to avoid germ sharing between patients and personnel
•  Procedural personnel wear N95/KN95 masks and face shields
MEET THE MADISON ORAL SURGERY & DENTAL IMPLANT TEAM AND SEE OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Get in Touch!


PHONE
(608) 960-7650

EMAIL
info@madisonoralsurgeons.com

LOCATION
2921 Landmark Place, Suite 100
Madison, WI 53713




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