Dental Extraction

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    Dental Extraction can seem like a scary and uneasy concept. The idea of having teeth pulled can give a lot of people stress and anxiety. This can lead to delaying the process and waiting until it becomes unbearable to go in and get the treatment you need. 

Dental Extraction can be needed for a number of reasons. Some being severe tooth damage or trauma, malpositioned or non functioning teeth, orthopedic treatment, extra teeth, radiation, chemotherapy, and even organ transplants. 


Wisdom Teeth removal is one of the most common forms of teeth extractions and can be needed for a multitude of reasons. Some of the reasons being they could be impacted and unable to break through the gum, some patients may have smaller mouths and wisdom teeth can cause overcrowding and be unable to grow in correctly. Some wisdom teeth can be coming in at an angle, while some can push other teeth around and cause jaw problems with your bite.

 

Some other reasons that result in needing to remove your wisdom teeth are cysts developing, sinus pain and infections, swollen gums from the wisdom teeth that can also result in cavities, inflammation in the gums which can make it extremely difficult to clean your teeth properly, and the reverse effects it can have on procedures that you may have already had completed such as dentures, braces, and bridges. 



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Dental Extraction can be needed for a number of reasons. Some being severe tooth damage or trauma, malpositioned or non functioning teeth, orthopedic treatment, extra teeth, radiation, chemotherapy, and even organ transplants. 


Wisdom Teeth removal is one of the most common forms of teeth extractions and can be needed for a multitude of reasons. Some of the reasons being they could be impacted and unable to break through the gum, some patients may have smaller mouths and wisdom teeth can cause overcrowding and be unable to grow in correctly. Some wisdom teeth can be coming in at an angle, while some can push other teeth around and cause jaw problems with your bite.