Leominster & Gardner MA
A patient can require a tooth extraction procedure for a variety of reasons. Here at Central Mass Oral Surgery, our oral surgeons extract teeth due to extreme decay, damage, facial trauma, or other oral health complications. Drs. Colarusso, Baran and Kobakov are all experienced in the removal of teeth. In some cases, our oral surgeons will meet with you for an oral exam and consultation to review the treatment plan before deciding on an extraction procedure. The removal of teeth can lead to other oral procedures including placement of dental implants or a full-arch prosthesis (denture). Tooth extraction procedures are a last resort, as our oral surgeons work hard to keep as many of your original teeth in place as possible. When a tooth extraction is necessary, Central Mass Oral Surgery makes it our priority to restore your oral health and confidence in smiling.
Common Causes for Tooth Extractions
A few conditions that can lead to an extraction of multiple teeth are dental crowding, periodontal disease, and tooth decay.
- Dental crowding may develop when teeth begin to grow or erupt into a jaw space that is too small. These teeth can become impacted if they are unable to reach full development when emerging from the gums. In other cases, extra teeth grow into the mouth and require an extraction so that the other teeth can grow in properly.
- Periodontal disease is gum disease that can affect the tissues located underneath and around your teeth. This type of infection can lead to tooth loosening and eventually an extraction procedure.
- Tooth decay often develops in patients who are not able to maintain proper oral hygiene habits or regular checkups with their dentist. In some cases, illnesses can cause severe dental decay. When caught late, tooth decay can lead to an infection that can spread to other parts of the mouth, leading to additional oral complications.
Our office is available to assist you in scheduling your consultation with our oral surgeons at your earliest convenience. If you or your dentist notices one of the conditions above, don’t hesitate to contact one of our offices.
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Tooth Extraction Procedure
We will discuss your anesthesia treatment options for your procedure. If the tooth extraction procedure is complicated or requires the removal of many teeth, we may require the use of anesthesia or additional procedures, such as bone grafting, to preserve long-term oral health.
Extractions are in-office procedures that take less than an hour. After administering anesthesia to prevent any discomfort, your surgeon will rock the tooth back and forth to loosen the tooth before removal. Sometimes the surgeon will break the tooth into pieces to make the removal process easier. We often perform restorative procedures, such as dental implant placement, immediately following the extraction or after a healing period.
Tooth Extractions at Central Mass Oral Surgery
Our team in Leominster, MA, and Gardner, MA, understand that a tooth extraction procedure can be an emotional step for patients. At the end of the day, our oral surgeons’ highest goal is to restore the patient’s full smile and oral health. We invite you to call our office to schedule a consultation and discuss your restorative options following an extraction procedure.
Central Mass Oral Surgery
Patient Review by kevin M
Service was great and professional. I don't have dental insurance and received my bill. I went to the website to make payment. I needed to register. I entered my birth date, entered none in the first insurance block and added my address, etc.... Hit send and the website said to add a valid birth date. I attempted 3 times 03 19 1956.... Hit send, error again.... It has changed my date to 19 03 1956.... Also, there should be a checkbox to skip insurance information for a person who has none! I am unable to create an account and therefore unable to make my payment online. This is very frustrating. Kind of tarnishes the fine image I have for CMOS! Let me know when it's fixed? Your web developer should make this change!
- kevin M
Patient Review by Aidamaris C
its was a great exprience
- Aidamaris C
Patient Review by Veronica S
I saw Dr Kobakov to have an impacted wisdom tooth pulled. It literally took 5 minutes for him to get it done. I am not exaggerating. I have had other teeth pulled in the past at other places and it usually took about 45 minutes per tooth. I am in shock on how quick the surgery went and will be going back to see them if I ever need to.
- Veronica S
Patient Review by Amanda D
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Patient Review by Julie M
I have to say my entire experience was wonderful. I had to have an extraction (that I was not happy about ) and everyone was extremely friendly ,helpful and calming. I would highly recommend Dr.Baran and his office to anyone! He made ,what I perceived as a difficult situation , an easy procedure. Thank you Dr.Baran.
- Julie M