The aim of dental care is to do everything possible to protect teeth and gum tissues. Sometimes decay, damage or other conditions may make it necessary for the tooth to be extracted. The process is recommended in order to improve oral health and quality of life. The socket is filled with bone restoration materials after the procedure. It is a painless process since it is done with the aid of local anesthesia. At Comfort Care Dental we ensure that patients feel comfortable during the treatment. Our comprehensive oral care successfully protects our patients from Boynton Beach and surrounding communities. Over the years, we have successfully built good relationships with many families from the city and surrounding communities.
When is tooth extraction recommended?
Tooth extraction involves careful removal of the tooth from its socket along with the root. There are various reasons why tooth extraction may be recommended. The procedure is performed only if it is beneficial to the oral health of the patient. Following are some of the causes for tooth extraction.
How is tooth extracted?
Tooth extraction is performed to improve the functionality of oral cavity. The procedure is recommended after thorough examination of condition of the tooth. If the tooth is decayed/damaged, our dentist checks if the tooth can be restored by using fillings, inlays, onlays or crowns. If the tooth has been severely damaged, then it may have to be extracted.
The tooth is firstly numbed using local anesthesia. In a simple extraction procedure, an elevator and forceps are used to remove the tooth. The socket is filled using bone restoration material. A surgery may be necessary if the tooth is in a complicated position or is damaged at the gum-line. In such cases an incision is made in the gums and some portion of bone may be removed to extract tooth. The bone is restored of the extraction procedure and the gums are sutured back. Our dentist provides tips for quick recovery.
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