Category: Tooth Extraction

Removing Oral Threats In A Day

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While many forms of dental concerns typically develop over time, some may take control at a much more rapid rate than you expect. What’s more? Once you lose a structure, the clock is essentially ticking down for you to receive a replacement, as your jaw bone may begin to degrade or deteriorate without an active… Read more »

Is It Time For A Tooth Extraction?

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So much of our focus on maintaining good oral hygiene centers around keeping our teeth intact. We follow our dentist’s instructions in hopes of keeping our teeth healthy and smiles bright. For many of us, losing a tooth — or several — is nightmare fuel. Despite our brushing and flossing efforts, this outcome is sometimes… Read more »

When Infected Teeth Should Be Removed

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When individuals seek bone grafting or dental implant treatment, it is often the result of lost teeth, infection, and bone degradation. Indeed, losing a tooth as an adult can be a troubling process, and it is usually better to seek a replacement than it is to leave the gap present in your grin for functional… Read more »

That Compromised Tooth Needs To Go!

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Oftentimes we do not consider the effects of compromised health until they impact us directly. The same can be said for dental implants, as most individuals do not expect to lose one or more of their teeth within their lifetime. While advances in dental technology make preserving healthy smiles much more straightforward, oral threats may… Read more »

Extracting Compromised Teeth In One Visit

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The last thing your dentist wants is for you to lose a healthy tooth to decay, infection, or something else. After all, we want to ensure your oral health is taken care of and your smile is at its tip-top best. Unfortunately, however, life may have other plans, and dangerous factors can threaten your health… Read more »

When Structural Support Is Lacking

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In an ideal world, everyone would be able to keep their natural teeth for life and not have to worry about the myriad of threats and complications that influence their health as they do today. Unfortunately, this notion is far from reality. While tooth loss is not ideal, there are certain circumstances that may warrant… Read more »

Instances that Warrant Tooth Removal

In our previous blog, we took a look at three ways that implant dentistry benefits your oral health, as well as how our team can help make the process smoother and less-invasive. While most people would prefer not to lose their natural structures, sometimes circumstances arise that make this process inevitable. Even still, your function… Read more »

When Your Tooth Must Come Out

Dental implants and biocompatible posts make it possible to regain oral function after experiencing tooth loss. This includes restored ability to bite and chew so that you may eat meals, enunciate, and more. While it is almost always preferable to keep and maintain your natural teeth, sometimes a tooth can become so compromised that it… Read more »

Removing A Tooth In A Single Visit

As we age, it is only natural that teeth begin to lose their once vibrant shine, and even become subject to a number of concerns that arise over the years. While nobody would prefer it, tooth loss can be a natural occurrence for some adults. In cases like these, it is imperative to seek implant… Read more »

When Extraction Is The Only Option

For many, adult tooth loss is a concept that is often regarded without much thought, as brushing and flossing at home is enough to suffice and result in a lifelong smile, right? Not necessarily. In fact, a number of adults experience loss due to a variety of concerns, including decay and infection. What’s more, making… Read more »