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    Extractions & Immediate Restoration


    Excessive tooth decay, tooth infection, and crowding are some reasons why you may need a tooth extraction. An X-ray of your tooth is necessary to evaluate oral health and identify problem areas. If you’re currently taking any medications or have had previous treatments, please speak to your dentist, in order to determine the appropriate next steps. Depending on whether your tooth is visible or impacted, your tooth extraction will either be simple or surgical.

    Simple extraction

    A simple extraction is used if your teeth are visible in the mouth. A local anesthetic will numb the area being worked on in the mouth, intended to reduce pain.

    Surgical extraction

    A surgical extraction is used if your teeth are not visible in the mouth. Both local anesthesia and intravenous anesthesia will most likely be used.

    Full mouth extraction

    A full mouth extraction is when all the teeth in the mouth need to be removed. The extraction process either occurs all at once, or in multiple appointments.

    Immediate Restoration of Teeth

    At United Implant Dentistry, we understand the importance of teeth. Accidents happen unexpectedly, and if you need a tooth in a hurry for a special occasion or even for general everyday needs — we have the solution.


    Ultratooth is the first FDA tooth-replacement system with full functionality on the same day as placement. To learn more about Ultratooth, click here.

    Teeth in a Day

    Teeth in a Day makes it possible to have all of your teeth replaced in a single day. That’s right — you’ll be walking out of our office with new teeth the same day. To learn more Teeth in a Day, click here.

    Same-Day Immediate Dentures

    Immediate dentures allow you to walk away with a full smile the same day. Immediate dentures are dentures that are inserted into a patient’s mouth immediately after their natural teeth are removed. This allows patients to eat and speak right after their procedure.

    If you’re in need of an extraction or immediate restoration of a tooth, contact us today!

    Good News— We can see you as early as Thursday or Friday! Contact us now to schedule your free consultation.