How Tooth Extraction Protects Your Smile

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Tooth excision is one of the most frequently performed procedures in dental surgery. No one ever wants to lose a tooth, but doing so when your dentist or oral surgeon recommends it can be beneficial physically and enhance the overall health of your mouth. Although the procedure might seem intimidating, you will be in safe hands with highly qualified and seasoned staff.

How Extracting Teeth Can Improve Your Smile

Depending on your oral health needs, dental treatment may have two main objectives: preventing issues from worsening. In some extreme oral health issues, extracting a compromised tooth before it can lead to additional issues is the only practical way to avoid further damage to your dental health. It is common practice to remove wisdom teeth. However, there are additional reasons for having teeth pulled, such as:

  • Defective Tooth Structure: It’s not always essential to extract a fractured molar. Most shattered or fractured teeth can be successfully fixed and preserved with custom-designed restoration. But for a restoration to be preserved and maintained, a robust and native tooth structure must still be present. Rarely, tooth injury that is too serious could endanger the oral tissues and adjacent dental structures. If the tooth cannot be repaired, it should be extracted and replaced as soon as feasible to safeguard the rest of your dental health.
  • Infection: Although teeth can eventually become severely infected, intrinsic damage to some teeth is less frequent. Such an infection, also known as dental decay, can spread deeper into the structure of your teeth the longer it is left untreated. Most of your healthy, natural tooth structure can be preserved if dental decay is caught early and treated. However, suppose a tooth is severely decayed. In that case, saving and even endangering your oral health may be challenging because of the increased risk of the illness spreading to additional teeth.
  • Impacted Teeth: Third molar impaction, also known as wisdom tooth impaction, is another prevalent reason why some people require tooth extractions, despite occurring less frequently than oral decay. Wisdom teeth develop into impactions when there is insufficient space at the end of your tooth ridges for the third molars to appear correctly.

You’ll need replacement teeth after it’s been taken out. Your mandible might not get enough stimulus if the gap is not filled, which could result in a loss of density and muscle. Eating problems may lead to dietary deficits because chewing can release minerals into the bloodstream. Before the process, your dentist will capture exact images of your mouth to understand better what is required and guarantee the operation is effective and successful.

Desert Pearl Dentistry Can Safely Extract Your Teeth!

The removal of teeth is typically emphasized rather than specialized. Contact Desert Pearl Dentistry at (760) 568-0130 right away to arrange an appointment with Dr. Brian Black so that we can help you regain trust in your oral health. At McCartney Dental, the doctors put your dental health first. And we work to make sure you receive attention while visiting our location.

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