in Liberty, MO
Our first priority is to save your tooth, but when tooth damage is so extensive that it cannot be repaired, a dental extraction may be necessary. Additionally, wisdom teeth often need to be extracted to make room in your jaw or improve your dental health.
Our office specializes in comfortable, high-quality care — including dental extractions for all ages. If you think you may need a tooth removed, contact our office today for a consultation.
are you in pain?
get help ASAP
When you’re in pain and you need a tooth removed right away, we’ll get you in as fast as possible and provide you with a positive and efficient experience.
Call (816) 429-5799 now.
reasons for an extraction
infected or abscessed tooth
broken & damaged teeth
wisdom teeth causing problems
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Just because you need a tooth removed doesn’t mean you should settle for an uncomfortable or rushed diagnosis and treatment. Thanks to CBCT 3D imaging, Dr. Jackson will visualize your dental health situation and outline whether or not an extraction is necessary. If so, we’ll make a plan for replacing the tooth after it’s removed, as necessary.
Dr. Jackson answers your most common questions about tooth extractions
Do you remove wisdom teeth?
Yes! We work with patients of all ages who need their wisdom teeth extracted. Not everyone needs to have their wisdom teeth extracted. We’ll help you understand whether or not removing your wisdom teeth is important for your long-term health and wellness.
Does a tooth extraction hurt?
We’ll ensure you’re fully numb and comfortable during the procedure. We may prescribe you pain medication to take after surgery. You can also use an ice pack to alleviate any discomfort in the day or so after the procedure.
How long will it take to recover from a dental extraction?
After the surgery, you will need to rest. If anesthesia was administered, you’ll need to be driven home by a friend or family member. We’ll apply gauze at the end of the surgery, and you’ll need to change it periodically. If bleeding continues for longer than 24 hours, give us a call. Rest when you return home, but avoid lying flat as it could prolong the bleeding. Instead, prop your head up on a pillow.
Can I eat and drink immediately following an extraction?
We’ll ask you to limit soft foods for a few days after your surgery. Instead, some recommended foods are:
- Mashed potatoes
- Ice cream
- Thin soups
When drinking, avoid using a straw. The sucking motion can loosen your sutures and slow the clotting process. The same goes for smoking and vaping.
what to expect during an extraction at Jackson Family Dental
Our dentist, hygienists, and staff are friendly, attentive, and passionate about helping you feel confident and relaxed. We’ll answer all your questions and make sure you know what to expect. We know you’ll enjoy our patient-first approach.
therapeutic amenities to help you relax
advanced diagnostic technology
warm & welcoming team
fast, efficient process
I cannot say enough great things about Dr. Jackson and his team. My husband and children have been seeing him for a few years now and I recently switched my care to his team and I am so happy I did. Super sweet, family-oriented, and provide excellent care.
— Elizabeth E.
What a great team they have at Jackson Family Dental. They make the patient experience like no other. 100% class act!
— Drew E.
Best dentist we have ever been to! The entire staff made my daughter’s first visit so easy and safe. Thank you so much!
— Amber S.
They always treat me so well, and pamper me with a warm neck pillow and the massaging chair! It definitely takes the stress away, but the hygienists are so excellent at what they do, and Dr. Jackson is very kind.
— Kathy B.
Everyone here is so very sweet and helpful! they always work with my schedule and help get me an appointment, even if it’s last minute. The office is beautiful and so well run. The best part is they always give you a cookie on the way out.
— Jordan F.
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agsdix-sao-map8650 NE Shoal Creek Valley Dr
Kansas City, MO 64157
- agsdix-scs-phoneCall (816) 429-5799Text (816) 340-6288
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Tuesday: 7AM - 5PM
Wednesday: 7AM - 5PM
Thursday: 7AM - 5PM