Tooth Extraction in Vaughan

Many times when dentists talk about extractions, they’re referring to impacted wisdom teeth, which can cause discomfort, inflammation, infection, and even decay as they come into the mouth and push against other teeth. In cases like this—or in more extreme cases, where cysts develop around the wisdom teeth and jeopardize the health of the jaw bone—extraction will be the only viable option.

But when it comes to teeth other than your wisdom teeth,  performing a tooth extraction is something that Dr Maryna Kharkavets would consider only after doing everything else possible to save the tooth, including root canal therapy.  If the tooth has been traumatized,  is badly decaying, or there is excessive loss of bone around the tooth due to periodontal disease and the tooth is very mobile, then the dentist may seriously consider removing the tooth to preserve the health of the teeth surrounding it, as well as your entire mouth.

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The molars also have to be removed. For example, before prosthetics or implantation, when the tooth itself is no longer possible to restore, and the patient decided not to stretch the process and immediately replace it. It must be said that the installation of a prosthesis in a short period after the loss of a tooth or a number of teeth will not allow the gum to change or, as it often happens with the loss of teeth in older people who live with the partial loss of teeth for several years, somewhat atrophy. In the latter cases, after installing the prosthesis, the jaw is forced to get used for a while, which causes a certain discomfort associated with the restoration of the jaw and gums of its functions.

Before removing a tooth, doctors must take an X-ray. This is necessary in order to determine how the tooth grows, how its roots are located, other features of the arrangement and structure of the teeth and the condition of the jaw bone tissue. This is especially true of wisdom teeth, which often appear partially or completely hidden in the gum. Indeed, in some cases of removal of lateral teeth, the removal process may be a small operation, so the right choice of the clinic and the attending physician is very important.