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  • Oral Surgery & Extractions

We know how important it is for you to find an oral surgeon you trust. At M&M Family Dentistry, we have a highly-trained team of experts to work with you in creating a treatment plan that you’re comfortable with. And with the latest in innovative dental technology and procedures, you can be certain that you’re receiving the absolute best in dental care.

How We Can Help

At M&M Family Dentistry, we are fully-equipped to diagnose and treat a wide spectrum of oral health issues. We will work closely with you to determine the best possible treatment for your particular case. 

If you require any of the above treatments or have questions regarding any of these procedures, we first recommend that you schedule a visit to our offices for a consultation, in which we will review your medical history and perform an examination to determine the best possible treatment for your particular condition.

Tooth Extractions

Extractions are another very common form of oral surgery. This can treat a number of issues—from impacted teeth, to overcrowding, to severely damaged or decayed teeth. This procedure is also common with wisdom teeth. After carefully monitoring your wisdom teeth, your dentist may decide to extract them as they otherwise often cause many issues with the surrounding teeth.

When having a tooth extracted, there are a few things you can typically expect from the procedure:

  1. First, your dentist will take a x-rays to look at all of your teeth and determine if extraction is the best available option.
  2. Then, your dentist will administer an anesthetic to numb the area. The strength or type of anesthetic may vary, depending on the location of the tooth that requires extraction.
  3. In a simple extraction (when the tooth is visible), a dentist will loosen the necessary tooth with a device called an elevator, and then use forceps to extract the tooth.
  4. When the tooth being extracted is still hidden within the gums, an oral surgeon will need to make an incision in the gums. Then, they will either need to remove some of the bone that surrounds the tooth or cut the tooth in half to extract it.

Depending on the depth and location of the tooth within your gums, the pain you experience after the surgery may vary. Typically, though, the post-operative pain is mild and can be easily treated with over-the-counter pain medication.


We want the whole family to feel comfortable when you enter our Brooklyn office.

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