Aurora E&E Dentistry - Aurora

Dental Extractions in Aurora

Whether you're in need of a simple tooth removal or a more advanced dental procedure, rest assured that tooth extraction can be done with little to no pain or discomfort for you.
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Do You Really Need a Tooth Extraction?

There are various reasons one might need a tooth extraction, such as:
  • Removing baby teeth that don’t fall out naturally.
  • Taking out teeth for orthodontic reasons.
  • Removing teeth because of pain or infection.
  • Extracting a damaged or broken tooth.

Tooth extraction isn’t always the sole solution. If you’re dealing with tooth pain, there’s a possibility we can offer prompt relief and preserve your tooth at the same time. Catching it early is key.

Please inform us if you notice any of these signs:
  • Intense toothache.
  • Pain that intensifies when you apply pressure or chew.
  • Stiffness or pain in the jaw.
  • Swelling in the gums near the affected tooth or teeth.
  • Indicators of gum disease like changes in colour, bleeding, or an unpleasant smell.

The Treatment Plan

A dentist or oral surgeon does the tooth extraction in a single visit. We’ll decide if it’s right for you, complete the extraction, and guide you on aftercare.

Explore Your Options

Before our dentists consider extracting a tooth, they’ll thoroughly review your symptoms and discuss potential solutions to ensure the best decision for your dental health.


Depending on both the dentist’s and patient’s choice, a local anesthetic will numb the area around the tooth to be extracted. If needed, sedation options are available. Our oral surgeons employ a gentle, minimally invasive method for tooth removal. Ensuring your comfort and speedy recovery is paramount to us.


You will be given aftercare instructions, including:

  • How to care for your mouth as it heals.
  • What to expect during the healing process.
  • What to do if you experience complications.

We would be happy to schedule a follow-up appointment to address any additional concerns you may have.

Cost Of A Dental Extraction In Aurora

Tooth extraction costs can vary based on several aspects. With standard insurance, you might pay around $100 to $200+ from your pocket for a tooth removal. We can offer an upfront estimate for you to check with your insurance and determine your direct expenses. Without insurance, the cost typically ranges from $200 to $600+ for each tooth.

Phone quotes from dental practices aren’t precise since your treatment plan, tailored to your unique needs, is finalized after an oral examination. Dental extractions generally fall into two categories, helping you understand potential costs:

  1. Simple Tooth Extraction
    • This involves removing teeth that are visible in the mouth.
    • Usually done by a general dentist using local anesthesia.
    • If the tooth is easily accessible and has no complications, the cost tends to be on the lower end.
  2. Surgical Tooth Extraction
    • This is a specialized dental procedure often performed by an oral surgeon in a dental surgery facility.
    • It’s more intricate than a simple extraction, dealing with teeth not fully visible or broken at the gum line.
    • Given its complexity and the specialized care required, this procedure is typically more expensive.

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to schedule an initial consultation & exam.

Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

While many see removing wisdom teeth as a common milestone, the truth is they only need extraction if they’re impacted or cause issues with your jaw and other teeth.

With current dental methods and tools, tooth extractions are almost pain-free. Many patients often find the procedure quicker and simpler than anticipated! While you might experience some minor discomfort, we’ll equip you with aftercare guidelines to ensure your comfort throughout the swift recovery period.

Once an hour has passed post-procedure, you can take out the gauze sponges from your mouth and eat. However, stick to soft foods for the initial 24 hours and avoid consuming hot items or using straws for a few hours.

Unless unexpected issues arise, a standard tooth extraction usually lasts about 45 minutes or even shorter.

At your appointment, we’ll give you tailored aftercare guidelines for your specific situation. For a smooth recovery after tooth extraction or any dental surgery, here are some general recommendations:

For the initial 24 hours post-procedure, steer clear of spitting, rinsing your mouth, nose blowing, using straws, and smoking.
Refrain from poking the extraction area with your finger or tongue.
Stay away from hot food and beverages.
Skip aspirin, as it can hinder blood clotting.
Limit physical activities and workouts.

For a basic tooth extraction, recovery generally spans 7 to 10 days. But for intricate procedures like surgical tooth removal or wisdom tooth extraction, it might extend to about 2 weeks. Regardless of the procedure’s complexity, you should experience minimal discomfort during the healing phase.

Learn of just some of the many positive experiences we've given our precious patients!

Mahshid A

I want to say the professionalism and friendliness of the whole team is outstanding. Dr.Bahram provided excellent service and I will be coming here for all my future dental needs! If you are looking for great dental service here it is! I would highly recommend this practice to anyone! Thanks E&E team & Dr. Bahram

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Extremely professional job with helpful & thorough recommendations. I had a very smooth cleaning & filling procedure with no discomfort afterward. Very friendly staff and great dental practice. Highly recommended.

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Dr. Hamed E is a knowledgeable and highly professional dentist with a great attitude toward his patients. The environment is very clean and advanced too!

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