Your teeth are one of the most remarkable parts of your body. Stronger than bone, teeth are designed to last a lifetime. However, there are many factors that affect that longevity. Decay, damage and trauma can end the life of a tooth. When that happens and the tooth needs to be extracted, you want to make sure that you are in good hands.
Most tooth extractions are routine procedures, particularly with anterior teeth which only have one root. Back teeth have more roots, and these extractions can occasionally be more time consuming. Also, if a tooth breaks or there are root tips that need to be removed, the extraction can be more involved. This can happen with a badly decayed or broken tooth.
Your comfort during the extraction process is of the utmost importance. We ensure that extractions are performed with care and compassion in a calm and relaxed atmosphere. You will feel pressure during the procedure, but pain should be minimal.
Caring for the Extraction Site
Tooth extractions are a form of surgery even though they may be simple and routine. Therefore, it is necessary for you to take care of yourself and the extraction site as directed by your dentist to ensure proper healing. You will be given directions on proper post-operative care at the end of your appointment. Following these instructions will help ensure that the extraction site will heal quickly without complication.
Talk with your dentist about plans to replace the extracted tooth or teeth. Missing teeth can cause a variety of problems which can be avoided by filling in the gap as soon as possible. One of the best remedies is the dental implant.
With 1899 Dental Implant, you can restore your smile affordably. Contact us for more information and find an affiliated dentist near you. Missing teeth don't have to be a problem when you can call 1899 Dental Implants for the affordable solution.