Extractions the Modern Way

When a tooth needs to be removed, we ensure the area is fully numb by using local anesthetic, generally without epinephrine. Once the tooth is removed, the socket is thoroughly cleansed to remove bacteria, the ligament and any other debris. Typically, platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) and/or bone are placed inside the socket to improve healing.

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