Comfortable tooth extractions by caring professionals
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There are many reasons why you may need to have a tooth extracted. Perhaps it’s because a tooth has suffered damage and must be replaced, or there may be excessive decay that is causing problems, or it might be a case of impacted wisdom teeth that are starting to affect your jaw. Whatever the reason, we know that you naturally want it to be easy, painless, and over quick.
Our caring team will put your mind and body at ease and make your tooth extraction as gentle and comfortable as we can. Whether it’s a simple baby tooth that just won’t let go, or a necessary tooth removal to prevent overcrowding and crooked teeth, we’ll ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.
We offer different types of sedation and will provide these to patients who are experiencing anxiety. We will be sure to discuss your sedation preferences and make sure you are calm and comfortable before we begin.
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The removal of wisdom teeth is a common part of young adulthood for many people, and should not be any cause for worry or concern. This routine dental procedure is quite simple and far less invasive today than ever before, and usually complete in just one session.
Wisdom teeth are molars found at the very back of your top and bottom jaws. These typically develop in the late teens or early twenties, and often have negative impacts on your dental health as they grow since most jaws do not have room to accommodate the additional teeth. As a result, it is best for these extra teeth to be removed to prevent bite alignment issues and other dental problems that can develop.
While most patients will need all four wisdom teeth removed, some may require fewer depending on their unique case. The extraction of wisdom teeth is simple and straightforward, and performed under sedation so that you won’t remember anything from the process. Recovery and healing time will vary depending on your specific case factors. We will ensure you are fully informed on what to expect, and help you to a speedy and comfortable recovery.
Root Canal Therapy
Treating damaged, infected or diseased nerves to relieve pain
When a dental problem progresses to the point where it affects the nerves in the tooth, a root canal may be required to treat the issue and restore your dental health. If a tooth has a crack or a cavity that progresses deep enough to create an opening to the nerve in the tooth, bacteria can enter this opening and cause an infection inside the tooth itself.
As you would expect, these types of infections can be quite uncomfortable, causing a great deal of pain. If left untreated, the infection can develop into an abscess, which can be detrimental to your overall health and have negative impacts on the strength of your jaw, as well as the surrounding teeth and gums. To treat this type of infection, a root canal is required.
A root canal is the process of removing the infected tissue from inside the tooth, cleaning the inside area of the tooth with a sanitizing treatment, and injecting a filling material to restore the structural strength of the tooth. In some cases, a crown is used to provide extra protection on the tooth and strengthen its surface.
It may be possible to solve the problem of an infected nerve in a tooth with alternative methods, including replacing the affected tooth with a permanent dental implant. For some patients, this option is recommended for a variety of different reasons, which your dentist will discuss with you when evaluating the best treatment for your individual situation.