Category: Tooth Loss

When Is Extraction Necessary?

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It goes without saying that your preventive dental routine is essential to maintaining a lifelong smile, as well as providing necessary levels of strength and protection. Unfortunately, there are various oral health issues out there that threaten your oral structures on a daily basis, and sometimes prevention is no match for issues such as physical… Read more »

Should You Have Wisdom Teeth Removed?

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For some, attending a routine checkup or cleaning can be just another visit related to their health. Others, however, may experience some reservation or nervousness about attending these visits. This is a normal phenomenon, and our team takes strides to ensure your dental visit is as comfortable and calm as possible. Indeed, whether you are… Read more »

Addressing Tooth Loss From One Structure To Several

In last week’s blog, our team discussed the different ways we can address tooth decay as it progresses, from a dental filling to a root canal and finally resulting in extraction. While removing a compromised structure is certainly a priority once it progresses past the point of saving, keep in mind that even bigger problems… Read more »

When Extraction Is The Best Option

Because oral bacteria are present in every grin, it is only natural that concerns such as decay, infection, and tooth loss are something to keep in the forefront of your mind. Indeed, having an understanding that excellent oral health care is a necessity is one thing, but actually putting that theory into practice is another…. Read more »

How Losing Teeth Affects Your Smile Long-Term

Several different concerns can stem from losing one or more teeth, from the way it makes your smile look to the way it causes other parts of your smile to react. Some of the effects are obvious, but not all of them are, at least at first. However, you can address most or all of… Read more »