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When a tooth is damaged or unhealthy and unable to be preserved by other means, your doctor may recommend extraction to prevent it from causing further oral health problems.

An unhealthy tooth may need to be extracted if oral health complications are severe, such as gum disease or tooth decay. Other times, a healthy tooth may be recommended for extraction as part of orthodontic or oral surgery treatment. Whatever the reason, general tooth extraction is a common procedure that can improve the health of the surrounding and prevent further oral health complications.

Boulder Oral Surgery performs many oral and maxillofacial surgery treatments at their practice in Boulder and Longmont, Colorado, including general tooth extractions. Patients of all ages and conditions come to see Dr. Nedbalski to receive experienced care and tailored treatment plans.

Your oral surgeon will discuss your tooth replacement options if you need the extracted tooth replaced. Dr. Nedbalski performs dental implant-based tooth replacement options, such as dental implants and All-on-4, and can help you decide the right treatment plan for your needs.

Local anesthesia is often selected for a routine tooth extraction procedure, but other options for anesthesia may be discussed to accommodate your ideal treatment plan. Your treatment plan, including your options for anesthesia, will be discussed during your first visit to our practice.

Why do I need to have my tooth extracted?

In many cases, a tooth is recommended for extraction because it is beyond saving or it compromises the health of the surrounding teeth. Your tooth may be recommended for extraction for the following reasons:

Tooth Extraction in Boulder and Longmont, CO

Boulder Oral Surgery is committed to improving oral health outcomes for patients of all ages. At our state-of-the-art practice, with offices in Boulder and Longmont, we offer a wide range of oral surgery procedures for patients of all ages. We encourage you to give Boulder Oral Surgery a call if you or your child have been recommended for general tooth extraction or another oral and maxillofacial surgery treatment.