Tooth Extraction 

You may need a tooth extraction if your tooth gets damaged, infected, decayed, or diseased over time. We offer quick, efficient and safe tooth extraction services to help you relieve your discomfort and pain.

Our skilled and professional team aims to make the teeth extraction procedure as pain-free and comfortable as possible.

Our team also has emergency tooth extraction in Aurora with a same-day appointment for immediate ease from discomfort and pain. Our team always helps a new or existing patient the same day if in pain or if not comfortable. Moreover, there are several reasons why a dentist may recommend having a tooth removed:

  • Milk teeth complications
  • Dental holes and extreme decay
  • Concussion or injury to the teeth or surrounding bones
  • Wisdom teeth with or without complexities
  • Periodontal illness 
  • Preparation for orthodontia and dental prosthesis
  • Teeth infection 

Our team also provides emergency dental services at Desert Rose if: 

  • Your jaw or anywhere in your mouth bulges
  • You have a painful toothache.
  • You have a loose tooth.
  • Chewing becomes painful
  • Your gums bleed with or without pain.
  • You have a dental abscess.

Can I extract my tooth at home?

Indeed, you can remove your teeth, but it is never a good idea. Many things can push the need to have a tooth extracted. Infections, Cracks, advanced tooth decay, and more can result in the need for teeth removal. Nevertheless, extracting your tooth yourself can result in the necessity for much more expensive dental work.

Destroyed Teeth

Removing a tooth yourself can cause the tooth to pull off before the root. It can potentially hurt the surrounding teeth. Not only will this harm your smile, but it can also cause substantial issues. If you want to do an at-home molar teeth extraction, we suggest you not to because you may get serious injuries.


What happens when you pull an infected tooth? You will leave the infection in the gums. Removing your teeth alone is not the best thing you can do. A dentist will be capable of taking the steps necessary to help the infection and can provide antibiotics to stop the open wound from being infected.

Resolving the Issue

Omitting damage caused by dental issues, there's a reason you're losing the tooth. Losing your tooth can happen of multiple things. Extracting your tooth wouldn't eliminate your tooth problems, and decays and infections will remain in your mouth. You may have inadequate oral hygiene techniques.

What happens during a tooth extraction process?

One of the rare questions in dental extraction is how is a tooth extracted? Our experienced and compassionate team will describe the entire tooth removal procedure and answer any queries you may have about the process.

We will have a brief talk before the extraction process patients.

We will take an X-ray film of the infected tooth during this consultation. You might be prescribed certain medicines on the day of your operation to lessen post-operative pain and swelling. Your gums and mouth will be numbed by general anesthesia before the tooth removal; depending on your general health conditions, we choose the best anesthesia for you. 

During the extraction process, the tooth may need to be “fiddled” out, or a small cut is made in your gums to reach the infected tooth, jawbone and remaining root. After that, it will be removed using dental instruments.

We will use clotting medicines, gauze pads, or suture the wounds to control bleeding and promote faster recovery for your situation. You are recommended to visit after about a week to check the extraction site recovery and remove any stitches that do not dissolve. Lastly, you would not suffer any pain during your extraction because of the anesthesia that your dentist uses as much as needed to numb the area completely.


Tooth Extraction Aftercare

• Rest for a few hours after the procedure but do not lie flat. Keep your head elevated with two pillows.

• Start brushing the rest of the teeth gently after 12 hours.

• Avoid stinking or spitting for 24 hours.

• Avoid strenuous activities for about 24 hours for undisturbing blood clots in the site of removed teeth.

• Rinse your mouth with warm saltwater and outpour it lightly after a couple of hours passing removal.
• Do not eat, drink or rinse for the first 4 hours. (Briefly drinking water to take painkiller tablets is the exception and allowed in the first 4hrs)

• How long after tooth extraction can you smoke? Try to avoid smoking for at least seven days.

• Tooth extraction Healing can become delayed and painful if smoking and alcohol are not avoided within the first seven days.

• Sometimes patients say that I smoked after tooth extraction. What will happen? The answer is; that it may cause dry socket, or sometimes nothing would happen, but you must avoid smoking after a tooth is out.

• The efficiency of anesthesia will disappear about 5 or 6 hours after the tooth is taken out, so you might need painkillers. Our dentist will prescribe tooth extraction pain relief for your tooth extraction recovery.

Why Desert Rose, tooth extraction Dentistry?

What is crucial for us is for you to have the best experience in our office. If you’re with kids, we understand that your kid can be hard to deal with in the case of dental treatment, so we try to behave with the most suitable attitude. If you, as an adult, have dental phobia, we will assure you that we try to be as gentle as possible, and there is nothing to be afraid of. We will let you know the procedure that will happen, and if anything is not tolerable for you or your child and you are not comfortable enough, we will try to replace it with other methods. We are conveniently located at Yonge St., Aurora, and we try to set appointments with flexibility in hours so all your family members can make it in time.


Things to eat after tooth extraction are limited. Try to eat light meals and choose cold, easy-to-chew foods like yogurt, soups, mashed potatoes, fruit conserves, vanilla ice cream and noodles to help the normal socket heal correctly and not accost a dry socket after tooth extraction.

When can I eat solid food after tooth extraction? It depends on your healing procedure, you might be able to eat solid foods after 3-4 days, or it might last a week. 

If an Impacted wisdom tooth fails to erupt correctly, this wisdom tooth extraction is generally considered the most difficult tooth to extract. Another complicated teeth removal is molar extraction which usually is for adults.


The cost of a tooth extraction varies and depends on the complexity and the number of teeth you want to remove. 

But our team’s effort is to price it affordably. Contact us at Desert Rose and book an appointment with our tooth extraction dentist to check your dental situation.

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Unit #1, 15450 Yonge St.

ON L4G 0K1