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How long will it take for an impacted tooth to be pulled up?
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics
2 doctors agree
In brief: About 3-9 months
Orthodontic treatment to bring an impacted tooth into functional occlusion can take 3-9 months.
Additional orthodontic treatment before and after the surgical exposure may add as much as 18-24 months more.

In brief: About 3-9 months
Orthodontic treatment to bring an impacted tooth into functional occlusion can take 3-9 months.
Additional orthodontic treatment before and after the surgical exposure may add as much as 18-24 months more.
Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dr. Arnold Malerman
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Dr. Paul Grin
Pain Management
In brief: Approximately 1 h
This condition requires complex removal techniques and recommended to be performed by an oral surgeon. You should plan on being at the surgery about an hour, sometimes a little longer. Good luck.

In brief: Approximately 1 h
This condition requires complex removal techniques and recommended to be performed by an oral surgeon. You should plan on being at the surgery about an hour, sometimes a little longer. Good luck.
Dr. Paul Grin
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Dr. Janet Wilczak
Anesthesiology
In brief: Tooth
One visit to an oral surgeon usually, unless there are complicating factors.
You need to make the visit and receive a consult with a dental expert in order to make your own informed decision about your care.

In brief: Tooth
One visit to an oral surgeon usually, unless there are complicating factors.
You need to make the visit and receive a consult with a dental expert in order to make your own informed decision about your care.
Dr. Janet Wilczak
Dr. Janet Wilczak
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