More often than not, we want you to keep as many teeth as possible. If you can keep all your teeth for life, that would be ideal. It’s why we offer a variety of restorative dental services.
Yet, there are times and situations when your teeth can contribute to long-term oral health problems ….
- You may have a severely infected tooth that can’t be fixed with a root canal.
- You might have crowding that is creating an obstacle to another treatment.
- You may have lost teeth already, and removing the few you have left could be the best option for giving you strong teeth replacements.
Our team at Martins Dental Partners in Beverly, MA will do all we can to save your teeth whenever it’s the best solution for you. However, we can also help if you need teeth removed. Call 978-288-1946 to schedule a consultation to discover the best treatment for you.
Win By Losing
Let’s take a closer look at why tooth removal might be a good option for you or someone in your family.
First, consider a severely infected tooth. It could also be a tooth that has a deep crack or break. If the tooth is not strong enough to support a dental crown, then removing it allows us to replace it. By replacing a bad tooth, you can prevent problems from getting worth and restore the appearance and the function of your damaged tooth.
Next, let’s think about someone with crowded teeth. For anyone considering orthodontic care, such as Invisalign, crowding can make their treatment more complex. That also can make the process of creating a straight smile take longer. Removing a tooth or a two can make the process simpler and faster. That means an easier path to a straight smile.
Last, losing teeth has a way of leading to more lost teeth. If you find yourself with just a few natural teeth left, getting rid of them could allow you to get a better set of replacement teeth. By taking out the last teeth in your mouth, you could get implant-supported dentures, which look and function practically like real teeth.
Why You Should Come To US
Whether you need a tooth removed or another kind of oral surgery, Martins Dental Partners are ready to help you.
First, we use cutting-edge technology to evaluate the condition of your mouth and plan your procedure. Digital X-rays give us fast, clear images with less radiation than film X-rays. To take things a step further, we can also create three-dimensional images through cone beam computed tomography.
To keep you pain-free during your tooth extraction, we offer three levels of dental sedation, including IV sedation. This will make it easier to do what needs to be done to improve your smile and your oral health.