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Whenever possible, our professionals will work hard to repair a damaged tooth with a crown, filling, or root canal, but if the damage is too severe or threatens the health of the surrounding teeth, extraction may be the best course of action.
Other teeth may need removal because they are poorly positioned in the mouth, or in preparation for orthodontic treatment.
At the time of extraction, our team will have to numb your tooth, jawbone and gums that surround the location with an anesthetic.
Throughout the extraction procedure you will feel a great deal of pressure. This is from the procedure of securely rocking the tooth in order to broaden the socket for elimination.
You feel the pressure without discomfort as the anesthetic has actually numbed the nerves stopping the transfer of pain, yet the nerves that send pressure are not exceptionally influenced. If you do feel discomfort at any time throughout the extraction, please notify us right away.
Some teeth need sectioning. When a tooth is so securely anchored in its socket or the root is rounded and the socket cannot broaden enough to eliminate, there is a very common procedure for the solution. Our team merely cuts the tooth into areas then eliminates each area one at a time.
The elimination of a single tooth can result in issues connected to your chewing capability, issues with your jaw joint, and moving teeth, which can have a significant effect on your dental health.
To prevent these problems, our professional team will go over all available options to the extractions in addition to replacing of the removed tooth. Each case is different, which is why we will create an personalized treatment plan for your extraction.
We help many patients achieve long-term relief from pain and other symptoms by extracting infected teeth. We can extract, prepare, and replace your tooth all in Smile Dental Implant Center.