Matthew C. Largent, DDS

★★★★☆

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i think the staff were extremely nice and helpful. they were able to schedule my procedure on aquick turnaround at my request. And I like the fact that he explains everything to you. Also, they make sure you are not feeling ANY pain during the procedure and after. I would highly recommend this dental surgeon.

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i think the staff were extremely nice and helpful. they were able to schedule my procedure on aquick turnaround at my request. And I like the fact that he explains everything to you. Also, they make sure you are not feeling ANY pain during the procedure and after. I would highly recommend this dental surgeon.

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After having two teeth extracted by this surgeon, one wisdom tooth and one molar, upon further investigation once the swelling and pain abated I discovered that part of the wisdom tooth is still remaining. I'm not sure how much of the tooth, but when feel around on the surface I feel that about 1/4 of the tooth is still remaining at the gum level.
I have had teeth removed in the past and one particular surgeon did an x-ray immediately after to make sure that all of the tooth was extracted. This surgeon did not do that. Is it 'normal' for surgeons to leave a part of the tooth in the mouth when there is fracturing and splintering of the tooth upon removal? This piece is big enough I think that I don't think it will be forced out by the gum, which sometimes happens if you have just a 'fragment' that is remaining in the mouth.
The most frustrating part of all this is that it cost almost $400 per tooth to have them extracted, yet this wisdom tooth was not completely removed.

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After having two teeth extracted by this surgeon, one wisdom tooth and one molar, upon further investigation once the swelling and pain abated I discovered that part of the wisdom tooth is still remaining. I'm not sure how much of the tooth, but when feel around on the surface I feel that about 1/4 of the tooth is still remaining at the gum level.
I have had teeth removed in the past and one particular surgeon did an x-ray immediately after to make sure that all of the tooth was extracted. This surgeon did not do that. Is it 'normal' for surgeons to leave a part of the tooth in the mouth when there is fracturing and splintering of the tooth upon removal? This piece is big enough I think that I don't think it will be forced out by the gum, which sometimes happens if you have just a 'fragment' that is remaining in the mouth.
The most frustrating part of all this is that it cost almost $400 per tooth to have them extracted, yet this wisdom tooth was not completely removed.

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