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Tooth Extractions Paving the Way for Future Procedures

July 30, 2021
Posted By: Advanced Dentistry by Design

If you’re like most people, you don’t like to think about tooth extractions. The idea of having a missing tooth or gap in your smile is just too daunting. Fortunately, with today’s dental technologies, extraction does not mean the end of your beautiful smile!

In our dental office, an extraction can save your teeth from a spreading infection and even set the stage for a brand-new smile through tooth replacement or orthodontics.

Reasons You May Need a Tooth Extraction in San Jose, CA

Two of the most common reasons for tooth extractions are severe decay and tooth trauma. The best ways to avoid these types of extractions are to visit your dentist regularly for exams and cleanings and wear the proper mouthguard when competing in athletics. You should also adopt and implement an excellent oral care routine for home.

However, if you do need extractions for these reasons, it doesn’t mean the end of your smile. Your dentist offers various tooth replacement options, including dental implants in San Jose.

In some cases, you may need a tooth extraction before orthodontics, especially if your jaw is overcrowded. This type of smile gap will close during your orthodontic treatment.

It may be that you’re having extractions for a full denture or having weaker teeth removed to better support a partial.

Of course, wisdom teeth, which you’ll never need, can cause pain and even infection when they don’t erupt properly. Taking out a problematic wisdom tooth means an end to pain and the risk of infection.

No matter the reasons for your extractions, we are here to restore your smile through modern dentistry practices.

Reach Out to Your Dentist in San Jose for Tooth Extractions

We provide gentle, straightforward tooth extractions, ensuring that the site is completely numb before starting treatment. If you have questions or would like to schedule a consultation, contact our team today.

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