Protect Your Oral Health and Improve Tooth Development

Sometimes decay, pain, or general neglect can create oral health issues that require a tooth extraction. You could also experience tooth development problems that can be solved with a wisdom teeth extraction.

Why a tooth extraction could be necessary

  • You are experiencing consistent tooth or mouth pain that treatment cannot solve.
  • Your tooth and gum health are at risk due to a decayed or severely damaged tooth.

Tooth Extraction Evaluation and Tooth Replacement

The removal of a single tooth can lead to problems related to your chewing ability, problems with your jaw joint, and shifting teeth, which can have a major impact on your dental health.

To avoid these complications, in most cases, your Grover Beach dentist will discuss alternatives to extractions as well as replacement of the extracted tooth.

Why a wisdom teeth extraction could be necessary

  • Your wisdom teeth are among the last to emerge (typically between age 17 and 25). If forward teeth do not move as necessary your wisdom teeth can become impacted (unable to emerge appropriately).
  • Pain and their effect on your adjoining teeth are reasons to have your wisdom teeth extracted.

What to expect from a tooth extraction or a wisdom teeth extraction

Each extraction is effective to improve your overall dental health and eliminate your pain. The oral surgery procedure uses local anesthesia to keep you as comfortable as possible.

Sedation options such as nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and/or oral sedation provided ahead of the procedure can also help assure your comfort.

You’ll be provided post-extraction instructions to assure that your tissue heals.

Contact your Grover Beach dentist, about a tooth extraction or wisdom teeth extraction. Schedule a consultation to discuss treatment solutions and the details of each procedure.

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