If you have an infected, damaged tooth or overcrowded teeth, tooth removal may be your best treatment option.
Advanced tooth extraction techniques are quick and painless so we can improve your oral health comfortably and conveniently.
Take the first step toward enhancing your smile with tooth extraction at Bailey Dental Group in Richmond, MI.
Tooth Extraction Before and After Photos
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To Get Started
Our dentists, Cynthia Bailey, DDS, and Tess Marie Finley, DDS, are a mother-daughter team committed to providing high quality dental care to patients from Richmond and surrounding areas. We are experienced in the use of advanced technology, including Spectra™ cavity detection and laser cavity systems to help us more precisely diagnose and treat oral health problems. We are also proud to be affiliated with several professional dental organizations, including the Michigan Dental Association and Academy of General Dentistry.
To schedule an appointment with our dentists, contact our dental practice online or call us in Richmond, MI, at:
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What to Expect during Your Treatment
A single tooth extraction procedure can be completed in just 30 minutes.
Is Tooth Extraction Painful?
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At our Richmond practice, we take a gentle approach and offer anesthesia options so patients can have a pain-free and comfortable dentistry experience.
Tooth Extraction Recovery
Formation of the Blood Clot
Immediately after extraction, a blood clot will begin to form. It is extremely important not to disturb this blood clot because it protects the underlying bone and nerves. If it successfully stays in place, this clot can serve as the foundation of new bone and soft tissue growth.
Preventing Dry Socket
If the blood clot becomes dislodged or fails to form, it causes a painful condition known as dry socket. This also results in an empty space of bone in the socket and bad breath. The risk of dry socket is present for about seven to ten days.
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