Tooth Removal / Extraction
Your Trusted Clinic for Tooth Removal/Extraction
Are you experiencing severe tooth decay, crowded teeth, or impacted teeth? These issues can be resolved through tooth removal/extraction. At All in One Dental, we provide exceptional dental services that include tooth removal/extraction.
Our Tooth Removal/Extraction Services
Tooth removal/extraction involves the removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone. Our experienced dental team can help you with the following tooth removal/extraction services:
Simple Extraction: This involves the removal of a visible tooth that has no complications.
Surgical Extraction: This involves the removal of a tooth that is not visible or has complications, such as being broken or impacted.
When is Tooth Removal/ Extraction Necessary?
At All in One Dental, we recommend when a tooth is damaged, decayed, or infected beyond repair, or when there is overcrowding in the mouth. The following are some of the reasons why you may need tooth removal/extraction:
Severe decay or infection: If a tooth is severely decayed or infected, it may need to be removed to prevent the spread of infection to other teeth and gums.
Impacted wisdom teeth: Wisdom teeth are the last set of teeth to erupt and often cause problems due to their location at the back of the mouth. If they are impacted, meaning they do not fully emerge from the gum line, they can cause pain, swelling, and infection, and may need to be extracted.
Crowding: If there is not enough space in the mouth for teeth to grow in properly, they may become crowded or misaligned. In some cases, tooth removal may be necessary to create more space and prevent further problems.
Trauma or injury: Teeth may need to be removed if they have been severely damaged due to injury, trauma, or accidents.
Periodontal disease: Gum disease can cause damage to the supporting tissues and bones that hold teeth in place, and can result in tooth loss. If the condition is severe, tooth extraction may be necessary.
Tooth removal is a serious dental procedure that should only be performed by a licensed and experienced dental professional. If you are experiencing dental pain or discomfort, schedule an appointment now at All in One Dental.
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