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Oral Surgery Barrington

Tooth being pulled illustrationIf a tooth cannot be saved with dental options such as a bridge or crown, it may be appropriate to have it removed. At Hart Dental, several forms of oral surgery are available to meet your needs:

  • Routine extractions
  • Wisdom teeth extractions
  • Dental implant placement

If the extracted tooth isn’t a wisdom tooth, you may want to replace it so that your smile’s look and function are maintained. In such cases, Dr. Aggie provides modern dental implants.

The Procedure of a Tooth Extraction

To determine whether you need an extraction, we’ll examine your teeth and take a series of X-rays or 3D scans. If it can be saved, we’ll recommend doing so. If not, or if you’d prefer to have it removed, we’ll perform an extraction.

You’ll be numbed and can also opt for nitrous oxide to be applied during your procedure. Then, we’ll elevate your tooth and remove it. The area is irrigated and packed with gauze.

Aftercare Instructions

Before beginning, we’ll go over informed consent and postoperative instructions so that you know exactly what to expect. Complications can arise if you’re a smoker, which can result in a dry socket. We recommend that you abstain from heavy exercise, alcohol consumption, smoking and eating hard foods, which can increase bleeding.

Most insurances will cover oral surgery, and we’re in-network providers for most area PPO plans. Contact us today to arrange your appointment!
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Oral Surgery Barrington | (847) 865-4278