While our office does everything it can to avoid tooth extractions, especially as the first option, sometimes teeth are so problematic that it’s the only way to protect your oral health. Tooth extractions are not necessarily common, but we will perform them when erupting teeth are causing serious harm to neighboring teeth, when teeth are damaged beyond repair, and in a few other circumstances. Regardless, we’ll always take the steps to ensure your comfort, safety and the most successful outcome possible at Warnick and Semder.
Our office does everything possible to save natural teeth when we have the opportunity. With that said, there are some cases where a tooth extraction is the most effective solution to your dental health issue. For example, if a tooth is severely fractured to the point where a crown cannot properly restore it, or if an oral infection is at risk of harming neighboring teeth, an extraction is more ideal. Furthermore, if baby teeth have not yet fallen out and we need to make room for erupting teeth, an extraction is performed.
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