John Fasbinder, DDS
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Extractions

With the advancements made in dentistry, the tooth extraction procedure is most often painless with a mild recovery period.

While there are a variety of reasons that Dr. Fasbinder could recommend an extraction, the primary cause is that the tooth has been diagnosed as unsalvageable or as hurtful to the surrounding teeth.

Making your visit a positive experience is our goal. With that in mind, Dr. Fasbinder will numb the area surrounding the tooth prior to extraction. This will dispel any discomfort and will last for a few hours following the procedure.

It is important that following an extraction, you follow Dr. Fasbinder's instructions on caring for your mouth.

If you experience pain following an extraction, apply a cold cloth or ice pack to the affected area, or consult with Dr. Fasbinder about pain medication.