Tooth Extraction

Tooth extraction can be required for a wide range of reasons. This can include everything from a younger adult having a wisdom tooth removed to having a tooth extracted because of injury, trauma or decay. Whatever the case may be one thing is certain and that is that tooth extraction is a vital part of overall dental care that must be considered. From excessive tooth decay to a tooth infection as well as the overcrowding of teeth, tooth extraction when necessary plays a vital role in helping to keep a patient’s dental health at its best at all times.

Tooth Extraction

Ensure That Teeth Will Shift The Proper Place In Over Time

Even those who require braces may need to have one or more teeth extracted as a way to make room for more correctly aligned teeth. This helps to ensure that teeth will shift in the proper place over time during orthodontic care. Tooth extraction is typically performed by an oral surgeon or dentist and can be a relatively simple outpatient procedure that involves minimal amounts of pain. Through sedation and other numbing techniques, today it is highly likely that a tooth extraction can be minimally painful.

A Way to Deal with TeethThat are No Longer Vital

From local to general anesthesia and intravenous anesthesia removing teeth is a relatively basic outpatient procedure that should not take more than an hour or two. From a tooth that has become broken to an impacted tooth as well as teeth that have experienced severe trauma, extraction offers a healthy way to deal with teeth that are no longer vital. With so much to offer it is clear to see why tooth extraction plays such an important role in today’s modern dentistry. Talk with your kids’ dentist in Stockton, Dr. Rizvi at Happy Kids Dental today for more information on the tooth extraction for kids that have become traumatized, injured, or decayed.