Category: Tooth Extraction

Ways that Tooth Extraction Saves Your Smile

In most cases, the right restorative dental treatment can help you save your smile by addressing the problem and helping your preserve your healthy, natural tooth structure. However, that isn’t always the case, and for some patients, the only way to save their smiles is to remove a tooth before it has a chance to… Read more »

Why Do You Have to Extract a Tooth Now?

Tooth extraction isn’t usually a recommended solution for teeth that could be restored and saved. That’s because the preferable option is usually to preserve as much of your healthy, natural tooth structure as possible. Because of this, many patients don’t expect to be told that tooth extraction is the best way to save and preserve… Read more »

Important Considerations About Tooth Extraction

Restoring your smile’s health and appearance can mean many things, depending on its specific needs. However, the goal of any smile restoration is typically to help you preserve as much healthy, natural tooth structure as possible. Sometimes, however, the good of your entire oral health can be threatened by a tooth that is too compromised… Read more »

3 Situations that May Call for Tooth Extraction

In many cases, the sooner you seek treatment for a particular issue with your oral health, the better chance you have of saving it and your healthy, natural teeth. However, whether its from inattention and procrastination, or because an emergency has created an immediately severe problem, saving a tooth isn’t always possible. There are some… Read more »

Have a Question About Tooth Extraction?

For some patients, part of restoring their smiles means extracting a tooth that is beyond saving, or that poses an imminent threat to the rest of your oral health. Fortunately, extracting a tooth doesn’t have to have the lasting impact on your smile that tooth loss often has. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant… Read more »

Is Replacing a Broken Tooth Better than Repairing It?

Much of general dental care focuses on helping you protect your healthy, natural smile by preventing tooth loss or the need for extraction. Yet, incidences such as accidental trauma or uneven bite pressure can sometimes lead to severe tooth damage that can threaten a tooth and the rest of your oral health. In many cases,… Read more »

Should All Extracted Teeth Be Replaced?

There are many different ways in which you can reduce your risks of experiencing tooth loss, many of which involve receiving appropriate dental health care when necessary. With the right, timely dental treatment, you can help stop many types of dental issues from leading to the loss of one or more teeth. However, sometimes, dental… Read more »

How to Know Extraction Is Best for Your Tooth

When most people consider replacing a tooth, it’s because the tooth has already been lost. That’s largely because most tooth concerns can be successfully addressed with the right restorative dental treatment. However, in some severe cases, a tooth that hasn’t been lost yet can pose such a threat to the rest of your oral health… Read more »

Need Tooth Extraction? Here’s What to Remember

Because the goal of general dental care is usually to help you preserve your healthy, natural teeth, learning that you need tooth extraction can sometimes seem like you’ve lost. However, there are many reasons for needing tooth extraction, and not all of them are easily preventable. Also, at our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office,… Read more »

Can You Get an Implant After Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, a tooth is so damaged or infected that it can no longer perform its duties as a tooth (i.e., helping you bite and chew your food) and it can’t be effectively restored. When this occurs, extracting the tooth is often preferable, as removing the compromised tooth can also remove the threat that it poses… Read more »