Teeth Extractions in Lancaster, CA

Sometimes, regardless of your teeth’s health, you may need a tooth extraction. Your smile, health, and beauty mean everything to us at AV Dental Wellness Group in Lancaster, CA. Dr. Sekhon and our team are committed to providing exceptional dental care tailored to your unique needs. While the idea of having a tooth pulled might seem daunting, our dentist’s expertise ensures a comfortable, stress-free experience, guiding you gently toward better dental well-being.

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Tooth extractions don’t have to be intimidating

At AV Dental Wellness Group, we utilize modern technologies to extract problematic teeth with minimal discomfort and as stress-free as possible.

Teeth Extraction — What is it?

Teeth extraction involves removing a tooth from its place in the jawbone. This procedure becomes necessary when keeping the tooth isn’t an option or won’t resolve the issue long-term. Common reasons for extraction include severe damage, decay, crowding, infection risk, or preparation for braces. At AV Dental Wellness Group, we view extractions as a step towards relieving discomfort, promoting healing, and embarking on the journey to a healthier smile.

When Teeth Extractions Are Necessary

Curious why a tooth extraction might be needed? Here are some typical reasons:

  • Severe Damage or Decay: Extraction may be the best solution when a tooth is too damaged to repair.
  • Orthodontic Preparation: Removing one or more teeth might be necessary to achieve optimal orthodontic results.
  • Risk of Infection: Extracting a diseased tooth can prevent potential infections that could spread.
  • Impacted Wisdom Teeth: In young adults, impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain and other dental issues if not removed.

Dr. Sekhon’s Approach to Teeth Extractions in Lancaster

Our expert dentist and his AV Dental Wellness Group in Lancaster, CA team, prioritize your comfort throughout the extraction process. From the initial consultation to post-procedure care, we ensure a gentle and supportive experience. Here’s what you can expect:

  1. Personalized Consultation: Every treatment starts with a thorough evaluation and discussion of your specific needs and concerns.
  2. Effective Anesthesia: We use advanced anesthesia techniques to guarantee a pain-free procedure.
  3. Expert Care: Dr. Sekhon’s expertise in tooth extractions minimizes discomfort and promotes quick healing.
  4. Post-Extraction Guidance: We provide detailed aftercare instructions to ensure smooth recovery and optimal healing.
  5. Healing Post-Extraction: Our team will support you through the healing process after the extraction. Proper post-extraction care is crucial for a smooth recovery and includes:
  6. Rest: Giving your body time to heal is essential. We recommend taking it easy for at least 24 hours post-extraction.
  7. Pain Management: We’ll provide recommendations to manage any discomfort you may experience after the procedure.
  8. Follow-Up Care: Our expert dentist will schedule follow-up appointments to monitor your healing and discuss additional treatments, such as dental implants or bridges, to restore full functionality and aesthetics to your smile.
Tooth extraction

We proudly offer simple, surgical, and wisdom tooth extractions in our Lancaster office. Contact our office today to schedule a tooth extraction consultation!

Types of Dental Extractions

During your dental exam, we’ll take an X-ray of your affected tooth to determine if it needs to be removed and which type of extraction is recommended:

Simple Tooth Extractions

Most dental extractions are what we call a simple extraction. These procedures can be performed using local anesthetic (numbing medication) and require minimal healing time.

Surgical Dental Extraction

If a tooth is impacted within the gum or bone tissues, a simple extraction is prohibited. Instead, surgical removal of the tooth is required. A classic example is wisdom tooth removal, which is usually regarded as a type of oral surgery. Surgical extractions can be performed by family dentists, oral surgeons, or other dental specialists.

Replacing Your Tooth After a Tooth Extraction 

Other than removing wisdom teeth, dental extractions create excess spacing in your smile. These newly created openings can cause other teeth to drift out of alignment or wear down abnormally. Even the opposing teeth may “super-erupt” in an attempt to find a biting partner. To protect your smile’s integrity and alignment, it’s important to replace your extracted tooth at your earliest opportunity.

Common types of tooth replacements to consider include dental implants, a fixed bridge, or a partial denture. We’ll review the entire care plan with you so that you know how much time is involved and any additional fees to consider, including those related to sedation.

Bone Grafts After Dental Extractions

Removing a tooth triggers a natural bone resorption (shrinking) process around the socket, where the tooth roots previously set. Placing a bone graft in this space helps avoid bone loss, which is important if you are planning to get dental implants or need to reinforce the neighboring teeth.

Most bone grafts are installed on the same day as your tooth extraction. However, they are not necessary when removing baby teeth or wisdom teeth.

How to Prevent Dental Extractions

Because most simple extractions are due to issues like decay or gum disease, preventative dental care is key. Plan to treat any issues early before they spread deeper into the tooth. Earlier treatments are more conservative and help preserve healthy tooth structure.

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If you are experiencing discomfort or your tooth needs repair, we invite you to call our dental office today to schedule your appointment. We look forward to taking care of your oral health.

Cost of Dental Extractions in Lancaster, CA

The fee for a dental extraction will depend on the type of extraction it is, which tooth is involved, if you’re being sedated, and other factors associated with the procedure. Generally speaking, a simple extraction may cost between $150-$500, whereas a surgical extraction begins at around $300 per tooth. To prevent any confusion, our Lancaster dentist will provide you with a detailed treatment plan outlining all fees.

Why Choose AV Dental Wellness Group for Your Tooth Extractions?

Choosing AV Dental Wellness Group means trusting your dental health to a team that feels like family. With the latest technology and a warm, welcoming atmosphere, your dentist and our team focus on making extractions as comfortable as possible. We genuinely care about your overall wellness and want you to feel confident in your dental decisions!

Don’t Put Off Teeth Extraction

Don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re experiencing dental pain or have been advised that a tooth extraction might benefit you. Contact our friendly team at AV Dental Wellness Group today. Schedule your visit and take the first step toward a healthier, brighter smile.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Who performs dental extractions?

Extractions are provided by general dentists as well as most dental specialists.

Do I need to rest after tooth removal?

It’s important to take things easy for a day or two, as rigorous activity could delay healing or trigger a dry socket.


Definition of common tooth extraction terminology

Tooth decay (dental caries): Tooth decay is the breakdown of teeth due to acids produced by bacteria.

Tooth Enamel: Enamel is the thin outer covering of the tooth. This tough shell is the hardest tissue in the human body.

Tartar: Tartar is a hard yellowish substance that forms on your teeth and causes them to decay if it is not removed.

Cavities: A cavity is a hole in a tooth that develops from tooth decay.

Dental Checkup: A dental checkup is an appointment that involves cleaning the teeth, identifying any signs of infection and removing said signs of infection.

Preventive Dentistry: Preventive dentistry is the dentistry that focuses on maintaining oral health in order to prevent the spread of plaque, the formation of tartar and infections in the mouth.

Dental Sealants: Dental Sealants are thin coatings that when painted on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (molars) can prevent cavities (tooth decay) for many years.

Oral Surgeon: A dentist with special training in surgery of the mouth and jaw.


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Helpful links: WebMD (Tooth Extractions) | ADA (Glossary of Dental Terms)