Tooth ExtractionsAn Overview
Tooth extraction may be a necessary procedure for several different reasons. Tooth extractions are only recommended when necessary for restoring oral health.
A tooth extraction will be necessary in cases where trauma or decay has damaged the tooth beyond repair. If the root has died, or the tooth cannot be stabilized with restorative dentistry a tooth extraction can help to prevent secondary dental health concerns from developing.
Visiting the dentist at least two times every year can help prevent the need for tooth extraction due to decay or infection. Routine dental health exams allow your dentist to diagnosis developing dental concerns early on allowing for conservative treatment.
Wisdom Tooth Removal
Wisdom tooth removal is a common procedure for young adults in their late teens to early twenties as this is when the wisdom teeth typically begin to emerge. Overcrowded or impacted teeth may also need to be extracted. As the last molars begin to emerge from the gum line, wisdom teeth can force the bite to shift causing teeth to become crooked and uncomfortable.
Wisdom tooth removal is a routine dental procedure that can be completed from the comfort of our Claremont, CA dental office. Typically patients require only a local anesthetic but sedation dentistry may be used for optimal comfort.
Dental Implants for Tooth Replacement
Claremont Dental Institute provides full-service implant treatment plans for the replacement of missing teeth. Dental implants are the most natural solution for restoring the health, stability, and comfort to your smile post tooth loss.
After tooth extraction, it is generally best to replace the missing tooth as soon as possible. Replacing missing teeth can prevent gum disease, bone loss, shifting of the teeth, and support improved overall oral health.
In some cases, your dentist may be able to extract a tooth and place a dental implant in a single visit to our Claremont, CA dentist office. Patients who require multiple tooth extractions may qualify for the All-On-Four teeth in a day. Your dentist will discuss your options for replacing extracted teeth based on the health of your bone, gums and overall oral wellness.