The following pictures demonstrate an upper fourth pre-molar extraction on a canine:
The extraction is done by sectioning the tooth with a high speed burr and removing it. The tooth socket is flushed with dilute chlorhexidine and a gingival flap is sutured over the socket. You can expect some blood – tinged saliva for a few days due to the extraction. The sutures dissolve on their own.
(the pictures may be graphic to some)
The following pictures demonstrate a feline oral resorptive lesion (FORL) & reason for extraction: