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Tooth Extractions – Powell, OH

Pain-Free Extractions for Powell Families

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If it were left up to us, we would never have to remove any of our patients’ teeth, but unfortunately, dental decay and trauma can sometimes damage a tooth so much that an extraction is the best course of action. For patients in need of this procedure, our team will go out of its way to ensure they feel comfortable the entire time and will replace the tooth as soon as possible if necessary.

Why Choose Powell Dental Group for Tooth Extractions?

Reasons You Might Need a Tooth Extraction

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Understanding the Cost of Tooth Extractions

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You only get one set of natural teeth as an adult which is why it’s incredibly important to take proper care of them. However, even with excellent oral hygiene, you may eventually find yourself needing an extraction. If your dentist at Powell Dental Group said you need to have a tooth pulled, your first thought may be “How much will it cost?” Since every smile is unique, the answer truly varies for each patient. To learn what to expect, continue reading or call our office!

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Factors That Can Affect Tooth Extraction Cost

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Because there is nuance to your dental situation compared to other patients, it’s basically impossible to provide you with an accurate estimate for the cost of tooth extraction in Powell until you come in for an exam. At your initial appointment, our team will conduct an oral examination to pinpoint exactly what’s necessary for your extraction. Several factors can influence the price of your procedure, including:

  • Location – The location of the tooth that’s being pulled can influence the extraction cost.
  • Complexity – The type of procedure you’ll need can also affect the overall price. For example, an impacted or erupted tooth extraction will cost more than a simple extraction because the treatment is more invasive.
  • Anesthesia – Some patients will feel comfortable with just local anesthetic, while others may need dental sedation. 


Does Dental Insurance Cover Tooth Extractions?

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The good news is that most dental insurance plans will partially cover the cost of tooth extraction after the deductible has been met. Of course, it’s worth noting that there might be certain limits in place. For example, only a certain number of teeth may be covered or there’s a waiting period before coverage kicks in. Before committing to treatment, it’s a good idea to contact your insurance provider and confirm the details of your plan. Our team at Powell Dental Group will be more than happy to help with this step if needed.

Another Option for Making Tooth Extractions Affordable

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Don’t have dental insurance? No problem! We offer a financing option to help make your dental bills easier to manage:

  • CareCredit Financing – It enables you to split up the total cost of your treatment into smaller monthly payments with little-to-no interest.


Did your emergency dentist in Powell recommend a tooth extraction? Contact our office and schedule a consultation today! We’ll explain your treatment options and develop a plan that fits your budget perfectly.

Tooth Extraction FAQs

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It is not uncommon to feel somewhat nervous about an upcoming tooth extraction. The team at Powell Dental Group understands you may have reservations about this necessary procedure; however, the important thing to remember is that we would never recommend tooth removal if it weren’t absolutely necessary. By extracting a problem tooth, we can take better care of your smile and ensure its longevity. At Powell Dental Group, we are happy to answer any questions you might have about extractions in Powell and want to help you feel confident in your decision to move forward with this oral procedure. If you do not see if your question listed below, please feel free to contact our office and schedule an appointment for additional assistance.

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Will it hurt to have a tooth extracted?

Before your emergency dentist in Powell begins the procedure, we will administer local anesthesia to thoroughly numb the appropriate area(s) of your mouth. If necessary, you may also be eligible for sedation dentistry to help calm your nerves and keep you relaxed throughout your appointment. Once we begin the procedure, you will feel no pain whatsoever. This will allow for a more enjoyable experience. Once you return home and the side effects of the anesthesia wear off, there is a good chance, however, that you will feel some soreness and discomfort. Fortunately, you can take an over-the-counter pain reliever and use a cold compress to reduce swelling and minimize any soreness. 

How long will it take for my mouth to fully heal?

The typical initial recovery time for a tooth extraction is 1-2 weeks, but the bone will need ample time to fully restore itself, which can take months. While at home healing, you’ll want to make sure you are following your dentist’s orders, as it can lead to complications if you do not. Eating soft foods, avoiding smoking or using tobacco products, and limiting strenuous activity are important. You’ll also want to keep your mouth clean and free of harmful bacteria while being mindful of the pressure near the extraction site.

Are there any risks associated with tooth extraction?

In most cases, your tooth removal will be a complete success; however, no oral surgery is without risk. You could develop a potential infection once your procedure is complete. Should you disregard your dentist’s instructions and allow bacteria to enter the extraction site, you can experience intense pain and swelling that can pose a great risk to your oral health. Not to mention, a dry socket can cause a delay in the healing process, resulting in immense pain. Should you believe you have an infection or dry socket, make sure to contact our office as soon as possible so that we can begin to administer the appropriate treatment and get your recovery back on track.

Will dental insurance pay for my tooth extraction?

A tooth extraction is typically viewed by dental insurance companies as either a minor or major restorative service, so there is a good chance they’ll agree to pay between 50-80% of the total cost. The level of coverage is based on the type of plan you have, so you’ll need to check with your insurer to learn about your out-of-pocket expenses. Naturally, your deductible, annual maximum, and any co-pays will dictate how much you can expect to spend once the claim is filed with your insurance company and they’ve paid their portion of the total cost. Should you need help paying any remaining balance, you can inquire about flexible financing through CareCredit.