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Tooth Extraction

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Dental Extraction

Sometimes, teeth need to be extracted to maintain a patient’s overall well-being. The procedure is relatively straightforward; doctors administer anesthetic to help minimize the pain while the patient is awake.

Dr. Michael G. Rasch has over 17 years of experience in general and family dentistry, in cosmetic dentistry, in dental surgery, and performing dental implants. With his expert and careful hands, having your tooth extracted can be almost painless. And Village Dental treats each patient like family.

With that in mind, you may find the idea of dental extraction a bit less intimidating.


Dentist Tooth Extraction

:Dr. Michael Rasch

Our staff has over 50 years of combined expertise. We use the latest procedures and equipment because we believe that our patients deserve nothing but the best! We want to be your one-stop dental office.

Dr. Michael Racsh, DDS, has more than 17 years of experience. He earned his dental degree from Creighton University. And dental extraction is a procedures at which Dr. Michael Rasch is an expert. He’ll carefully remove the tooth from its socket in the jaw bone and make the process painless with the help of anesthesia. But before he extracts anything, he’ll do his best to repair and restore the tooth first.

Here are some of the common reasons for dental extraction:

  • Severe tooth damage/trauma
  • Malpositioned/non-functioning teeth
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Extra teeth
  • Radiation
  • Chemotherapy
  • Organ transplant

Simple and

Surgical Dental Extraction

There are two types of dental extraction—simple and surgical. Simple tooth extraction applies to teeth that are visible in the mouth. This usually only requires an anesthetic for the pain.

Surgical tooth extraction, on the other hand, involves removing teeth that cannot easily be seen or reached in the mouth. This type of dental extraction requires a surgical procedure such as bone removal and breaking down the tooth into small pieces.

Before even considering an extraction, Dr. Rasch will discuss your medical and dental history and take X-rays. Depending on your situation, he may prescribe antibiotics before and after the procedure.

If you have any issues with your oral health, consult Dr. Michael G. Rasch and get his expert opinion. Call 801-277-1916 and get the best oral care from Village Dental today.