Severe Tooth Decay: If tooth decay has damaged the tooth beyond repair, extraction may be necessary to prevent further damage or infection.
Gum Disease: Advanced gum disease can cause teeth to become loose and eventually fall out. In some cases, extraction may be necessary to remove a damaged or infected tooth.
Overcrowding: If your mouth is overcrowded and there isn’t enough room for all your teeth, extraction may be necessary to make room for proper alignment.
Impacted Teeth: If a tooth is unable to emerge fully from the gum line, it is considered impacted. Impacted teeth can cause pain, swelling, and infection, and may need to be extracted.
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Crowns & Bridges
Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that are placed over the existing tooth to restore its size, shape, and strength, and improve its appearance. They can be made of various materials like porcelain.
Veneers are a popular dental treatment that can help transform the appearance of your teeth. Thin, custom-made shells that are placed over the front surface of your teeth.
Implant dentistry is an important dental procedure that can help restore the function and appearance of your teeth. Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed.