General Extraction Reviews
When teeth are damaged or infected, it puts your other teeth and overall oral health at risk. Infected teeth have the potential to spread the infection to adjacent teeth, and damaged teeth can cause you to favor one side of your mouth and put too much strain on your healthy teeth, causing more damage. When your teeth are not healthy, it's important to have them either repaired or removed. In severe cases of damage, it's most likely you will need to have your teeth removed by an oral surgeon.
Tooth extractions are extremely common procedures in oral surgery offices because teeth are so susceptible to damage. Biting into the wrong food, using your teeth to tear tags, or infection or injury are just some of the many causes of damage to our teeth. Additionally, tooth extractions are standard for solving dental crowding and for preparing younger children for orthodontics. Fortunately, tooth extractions can help maintain the health of your remaining teeth. We also offer many options for tooth replacement in our office. To hear from some of our patients who have undergone tooth extractions, we encourage you to watch the videos below.