Tooth Extractions

Whether it's due to damage, disease, or preparation for orthodontics, our skilled team ensures that the tooth extraction procedure is as painless and stress-free as possible, using advanced techniques and comprehensive aftercare.

Tooth Extractions in New Berlin, WI

Tooth extraction involves removing a tooth from its socket in the bone. While we always strive to save a natural tooth, extraction may be necessary if it poses a risk to your oral health. Our dental professionals are experienced in performing extractions efficiently, ensuring your comfort throughout the process, and providing you with detailed aftercare instructions to support your recovery.

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  • What causes the need for tooth extraction?

    Several conditions might necessitate a tooth extraction:

    • Severe Decay: If a tooth is too decayed to repair with a filling or crown.
    • Periodontal Disease: Advanced gum disease can lead to tooth loosening.
    • Injury: Broken teeth that cannot be repaired.
    • Overcrowding: Removing teeth can help align the remaining teeth properly.
    • Impacted Teeth: Common with wisdom teeth that do not emerge properly from the gums.
  • How much does a tooth extraction cost?

    The cost of a tooth extraction at Willow Dental varies depending on the case’s complexity.

    • Simple extraction: $248
    • Surgical extraction: $375

    We offer various financing options to help manage these costs, including CareCredit or Sunbit and our in-house dental savings plan, which can provide discounts and manageable payment plans. It’s important to consult with our office for an accurate estimate and to discuss the most suitable payment option for your situation.


  • How do I prevent dry socket after tooth extraction?

    Dry socket is a painful condition that can occur when the blood clot at the site of an extraction is dislodged. To prevent this:

    • Avoid sucking motions, such as using a straw, for the first few days.
    • Do not smoke or use tobacco products, as these can inhibit healing.
    • Follow a soft food diet, such as mashed potatoes or applesauce, and gradually reintroduce solid foods as healing progresses.
    • Practice gentle oral hygiene, avoid the extraction site during brushing, and use saline rinses after the first 24 hours.

More Questions?

If you have more questions about tooth extractions, please contact our office, and we will be happy to discuss further. You can also request an appointment or see other services using the links below.

Willow Dental

3333 S Sunny Slope Rd Suite 100
New Berlin, WI 53151
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