Dental Extractions

It is important to consider what will be done with the empty space once the tooth is removed. Wisdom teeth are the most common dental extraction. Located in the back of the mouth, the site heals on its own with no complications. You may need another tooth removed. If so, a plan will be made. The jaw bone will degenerate if nothing is done with the extraction site. Your jaw bone will also change shape during healing, causing your teeth to shift. Problems may occur in your bite and affect your ability to speak and chew.

After Extractions

It is necessary for the jawbone to be sturdy for a dental implant installation. If you opt for a dental bridge, the bridge must be molded and placed as soon as possible.

Your dentist will have a conversation with you before removing a tooth. They will discuss what you would like to do with your extraction site. The dentist will be able to make a recommendation for your individual needs, and lay out a treatment plan. Make sure to schedule follow up appointments to properly care for your extraction site too!

Dental Extractions

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