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Why is Tooth Extraction Needed?


Why is Tooth Extraction Needed? 

This is common question that is often asked of dental care providers. In truth, tooth extraction is a very common and routine procedure. It is often necessary when a tooth has become broken or cracked. It is also a good option for severely decayed teeth. That said always keep in mind that your dentist will do everything possible to save a tooth anytime it is a smart option. In other instances a dental care provider may have to remove a tooth because of advanced infection. Patients with extreme tooth, gum or jaw infections may require that a tooth or multiple teeth be pulled.


Wisdom Teeth Have Become Impacted

In addition, there are situations where there is a risk of infection because the immune system has become compromised for some reason. When this has happened tooth removal may be necessary. Equally of concern is when wisdom teeth have become impacted or they are simply naturally emerging. When wisdom teeth are over-crowded remove is usually warranted. These are just a few of the instances where tooth removal is intended as a way to ultimately improve health. Talking with your dentist is the best way to know for sure if extraction is right for you.

 Wisdom Teeth Have Become Impacted 

Bleeding Gums

Along with the reasons discussed here it is always a good idea to call your dental care provider anytime you experience chill, nausea or fever associated with something happening in your mouth.. Whether it is bleeding gums or a tooth that has become cracked, talking with your dentist is a smart way to stay healthy and protect your teeth over the short and long term. Regular check-ups and professional cleanings are also important to overall dental health. Scheduling these types of appointments well in advance is a good way to stay on course in this regard. Contact your Walnut Creek dentist, Dr. Darvishzadeh at Walnut Creek Dental today to learn more.

[1] Tooth Extractions and Pain – What You Need To Know
[2] Root Canal Therapy As A Way To Avoid Extraction

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