Oral surgery is important when it is needed. Usually oral surgery is needed when the dental health conditions have reached a significant level of decay and damage. It’s mostly used to correct extreme problems or damage to the mouth, teeth and jaw.
Oral surgery can be used for the following reasons:
- Dental health and decay is extremely advanced
- Remove wisdom teeth
- Prepare mouth for dentures
- Repair jaw problems
- Perform Root Canals
Usually when extreme pain and decay has occurred, it’s easy to believe that you are beyond repair. Oral surgery treatments are here to repair and fix problems that most people would think is beyond dental treatment. We’re glad to let you know that it’s never too late to restore full functionality and dental health back to your mouth. Please call us if you have any questions or to schedule a consultation appointment today.
Once your permanent teeth are grown in, there may be some instances where the tooth (or teeth) may need to be extracted. These cases need to be properly diagnosed by a professional dentist—any and all alternatives should be discussed when considering tooth extraction. Some reasons for tooth extraction may vary, but often include one or more of the following:
- Preparation of Orthodontia or Cosmetics
- Risk of Infection
- Advanced Periodontal Disease
- Advanced Decay
Under most cases, the extraction of the tooth is the last resource to maintain dental health. In order to keep your teeth healthy and functional, it is important that you maintain proper oral hygiene within the home and consistently attend regularly scheduled dental appointments. The odds of detecting decay and preventing infection are greatly increased by scheduling regular exams and cleanings.
If you have questions about our services, or about how our endodontic treatments can help you feel relief from your pain, please give us a call, and let us know how we can help. We are always ready to help you receive the dental care you need.