Tooth Extractions In Clovis, CA

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Providing Gentle and Comfortable Tooth Extractions

While our top priority is to save your natural teeth, there are situations where dental extractions become necessary. Severe tooth damage that cannot be repaired may require extraction. Wisdom teeth often need to be removed to enhance dental health or alleviate crowding.

At Dr. Ben Family Dentist, we specialize in delivering exceptional and comfortable care, including dental extractions for patients of all ages. Our focus is on ensuring your comfort throughout the procedure while maintaining the highest standards of quality. If you suspect that you may require a tooth extraction, we encourage you to reach out to our office today to schedule a consultation. Our expert team will evaluate your situation and provide personalized guidance tailored to your dental needs.

Call us at (559) 900-4009 to learn more and schedule your visit.

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Relief and Renewal: Transforming Smiles with Gentle Extractions at Dr. Ben Family Dentist

Tooth extractions are dental procedures that involve the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jawbone. Here is important information to know about tooth extractions:

Throughout these steps, our dedicated team at Dr. Ben Family Dentist will guide you, ensuring your comfort and satisfaction as we work together to achieve your desired results.


Dental Examination and Numbing


Tooth Removal


Post-Extraction Care

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you remove wisdom teeth?

Yes, we offer both simple and surgical removal of wisdom teeth. However, in some cases where patients prefer sedation or have complex needs, we may refer the wisdom teeth extraction to a trusted specialist.

Can I eat and drink immediately following an extraction?

We'll ask you to limit your food choices for a few days after your surgery. Drink plenty of fluids and eat plenty of soft, cold, nutritious food. Smoothies, protein shakes, yogurt, ice cream and applesauce are all great options. No straws; this may cause your sutures to loosen and slow the clotting process. the same goes for smoking and vaping

What should I do after my extraction?

Gently rinse your mouth with salt water three times a day beginning the day after the extraction (a tsp of salt in a cup of warm water, rinse-swish-spit). Also, rinse gently after meals, it helps keep food out of the extraction site. It is very important to resume your normal dental routine after 24 hours; this should include brushing your teeth and tongue and flossing at least once a day. This speeds healing and helps keep your breath and mouth fresh.

Does a tooth extraction hurt?

We'll ensure that you are completely numb and comfortable during the procedure. after the surgery, we may prescribe you pain medication. You can also alleviate any discomfort by placing an ice pack or bag of frozen vegetables on your cheek after the procedure.

How long will it take to recover from a dental extraction?

After the surgery, you will need to rest as much as possible and avoid strenuous exercise for 3-5 days, even if there is no pain. Call us right away or e-mail us at if you have heavy bleeding, severe pain, continued swelling after two or three days, or a reaction to the medication. After a few days, you will be feeling fine and can resume your normal activities.

Our Committed Team

At Dr. Ben Family Dentist, we prioritize your dental well-being above all else. Under the guidance of Dr. Ben, our skilled team guarantees the precise and careful execution of extractions to preserve your oral health. With years of experience and extensive training, we deliver outstanding results that mirror our meticulous attention to detail and dedication to your satisfaction. Our aim is to ensure a comfortable and efficient process, safeguarding your oral health through this essential and effective treatment.

What Are Reasons For an Extraction?

Severe Tooth Decay

When a tooth is extensively decayed and cannot be effectively restored, extraction may be necessary to prevent the spread of infection and protect the surrounding teeth.

Impacted Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, often do not have enough space to fully erupt or grow properly. Impacted wisdom teeth can cause pain, infections, and damage to adjacent teeth, leading to their extraction.

Advanced Gum Disease

Periodontal (gum) disease can cause damage to the supporting structures of the teeth, leading to tooth loosening. In severe cases where the teeth are no longer stable or cannot be saved, extraction may be required.

Orthodontic Treatment

In cases of severe dental crowding or misalignment, extractions may be necessary to create space and allow for proper alignment of the remaining teeth during orthodontic treatment.

Client Testimonials

"Dr. Ben's office has the best staff! I have never been to a dentist with such an amazing staff that makes your dental visit the best every time! Very welcoming, honest, and make you feel right at home!"
-Courtney G.
"Went to my 10am appointment at 9:55 and was immediately seated in a chair and numbed for deep cleaning and extractions. Halfway through the cleaning Dr Ben came in and pulled 2 teeth within 5 minutes. And then they finished the cleaning. I was done and out of there at 10:50 am. No pain and What a GREAT STAFF!! All are sooo friendly and professional!! Thank you all!!!"
-Glenn G

Schedule your visit today!

Are you in pain? Get help ASAP!

Schedule an appointment for your extraction by contacting us at (559) 900-4009. Our primary objective is to ensure the well-being and comfort of all our patients. Our dedicated team is committed to providing effective pain relief and ensuring your utmost comfort throughout the process. Don’t delay, reach out to us today!