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Extraction is the term used to describe the removal of a tooth. We say “simple” because the act of removing the tooth does not involve modifying the gum or bone underlying the tooth to be removed.
The dentist will evaluate the tooth(s) to be extracted according to several parameters including:
The dentist will then determine whether these teeth can be considered as “simple” or “complex” extractions.
Extraction is the term used to describe the removal of a tooth. Extraction is said to be “complex” when the procedure involves modifying the tissue and bone that supports the tooth (e.g., some procedures require a flap, i.e., cutting gums and removing bone in order to remove the tooth).