Tooth Extractions

Don’t stress, we can make this as easy, fast and pain-free as possible.

Exceptionally skilled, uncommonly caring.

Experience makes a difference

The team at Nock Oral Surgery wants to ensure that you are as comfortable as possible during you time at our office. Most of the procedures we perform take just 45 minutes or less and you are home and resting comfortably that same day. Dr. Nock has the training, license, and experience to provide various types of sedation for patients, from local to general anesthesia. These options will be discussed with you before the procedure is performed. Once the procedure is completed, you will rest comfortably under our supervision in the office until you are ready to be taken home. Our staff welcomes your questions about what to expect, please give us a call at (970) 242-4433.

“I loved Dr. Nock and his staff! They were very caring and professional. We’ll drive from Telluride anytime to see him!” ~ Lisa S. via Facebook

Help is on the way!

When a tooth is damaged to the extent that a filling, crown, or other treatment is not enough to fix it, that tooth may need to be removed, or extracted. While a general dentist can perform simple tooth extractions with a local anesthetic, an oral surgeon, such as Dr. Nock, performs more complex extractions, such as wisdom tooth removal, with the option of a general anesthetic to make the procedure as comfortable as possible. Here are some of the most common reasons a tooth may need to be extracted:

  • To remove extra teeth that block other teeth from emerging.
  • To remove extra teeth that cause a crooked smile or bite, or to create room for teeth that will be shifted by orthodontic treatment.
  • To remove a tooth that is deeply infected.
  • To remove wisdom teeth which have become impacted.

If you need to have a teeth removed and you want to have it done in as fast, efficient, and comfortable as way as possible, you have come to the right place!

All our patients are invited to come in, sit and talk with Dr. Nock prior to surgery to ensure that every question is answered and your personal needs and preferences are addressed. With a careful oral examination and use of our 3-D imaging technology, Dr. Nock will discuss with you the current position of your wisdom teeth and use his experience to address possible present or potential future problems. Dr. Nock’ patients are often referred by their dentist or orthodontist and are seeking experienced, surgical advice on how best to address the health of their mouth.

Nock Oral Surgery uses the latest in 3-D digital imaging technology to generate improved treatment results and more comfort and safety for the patient. We are happy to share these files with your referring practitioner and assist in whatever way with your continued care.

Let’s discuss your oral surgery needs.

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