Posts Categorized: Tooth Loss

How Extraction Prioritizes Your Health

Male hands are holding an extracted molar tooth on the blurred background. Closeup horizontal photo.

When seeking dental treatment, it goes without saying that nobody’s first choice is to lose a natural tooth. After all, technological advancement has made it possible to address damage of varying degrees, and staying on top of your preventive dental routine can pave the way for a lifelong smile. Still, sometimes life may have other… Read more »

Instances Warranting Dental Extraction

No teeth. Smile men with a lost front tooth, toothache. Yellow teeth. Man without one front tooth. Bad dental health, no teeth, no fluoride, tooth erosion. Black and white

For most of us, the biggest goal we have for our smiles is to maintain a healthy and jubilant appearance well into adulthood. Unfortunately, this goal is often complicated by oral bacteria, germs, diseases, and oral infections. What’s more? Age and your diet have a major influence over the appearance of your teeth, causing noticeable… Read more »

When Can Your Smile Benefit From Extraction?

Extraction of Molar tooth damaged by caries. Medically accurate tooth 3D illustration.

Fending off the many threats caused by bacteria, dental injury or damage, and more can be a tedious task when not much attention is given to dental prevention. Indeed, restorative dental care such as a filling, crown, or even a root canal can make a drastic difference in your health, however, it is in vain… Read more »

What To Know About Your Extraction

dental forceps and dental turbine tip decide to treat or remove tooth isolated on a white background

When it comes to anyone’s smile, the last thing one would want is to lose a permanent, natural tooth and sport a grin with a gap. Indeed, this is a noticeable issue that not only impacts a person’s physical appearance, but their ability to perform routine tasks such as biting, chewing, or eating. Indeed, treating… Read more »

When Infection Leads To Damage Beyond Repair

Macro of yeelow teeth with cavity isolated on white background

Experiencing a dental infection or concern is something that is troubling for most individuals. Not only do people have to practice regular prevention to fend off bacterial threats, but dental emergencies and physical damage could occur at any given time, further complicating the goal of maintaining a lifelong bill of oral health. Though we like… Read more »

Instances That Warrant Tooth Extraction

A dentist using finger hold an extracted wisdom tooth on the white background

It goes without saying that the foundation for a healthy smile begins in childhood, and the earlier you start on it, the better off your smile will be. Indeed, our grins are constantly fending off the threat of oral infection, bacteria, germs, and more, and unfortunately, we do not have near about as many natural… Read more »

Health Benefits Of Dental Extraction

3d render of lower jaw with tooth extracted by dental forceps

Grinding your teeth at night, experiencing the effects of sleep apnea, and a host of other circumstances are just a few examples of nontraditional dental concerns. Indeed, there are more items than can be counted on two hands that you must attempt to protect your pearly whites from, and sometimes, infections can settle in without… Read more »

Must Wisdom Teeth Be Removed?

Human jaws model with teeth row. Impacted upper and lower wisdom tooth pushing adjacent teeth. Wisdom third molar tooth problem. Dentistry and dental surgery concept. Flat vector illustration on white

It goes without saying that nearly every factor out there can negatively influence your oral health in some form or another. Indeed, from the ways certain foods and beverages interact with your smile to dental emergencies that can occur at any time and everything else in-between, there is a lot that you need to protect… Read more »

When To Consider Dental Extraction

Tooth extraction concept with an array of stainless steel dental tools and a mask with the extracted tooth clasped in the pincers and reflected in the mirror

Taking care of your smile is a lifelong endeavor. Indeed, the earlier you start active care, the better your chances are of maintaining a healthy smile for life. While a well-rounded preventive dental routine can build up your grin’s strength and durability, bear in mind that it does not mean it is safe from all… Read more »

Simple Solutions For Consecutive Tooth Loss

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Nothing is more troubling than doing everything you can to prioritize your oral health just for destructive dental decay to swoop in and compromise your teeth. Indeed, dental decay is one of the most common oral health concerns out there, but it is only one of many other threats that can wreak havoc on your… Read more »