Is a damaged or impacted tooth causing severe pain and affecting your quality of life?
A tooth extraction may be necessary to protect your surrounding teeth and oral health.
Drs. Mark Luria and Rena Allswang can perform a tooth extraction and create life-like restorations at their Dearborn, MI, practice.
Do You Need a Tooth Extraction? Cases for When a Tooth Extraction Is Necessary
It is always best to try and save the damaged tooth whenever possible. Our dentists only recommend extraction when it is necessary to protect the integrity of your surrounding teeth and gums. Common reasons for tooth extraction include:
When root canal therapy cannot fully eradicate the bacteria from a dental infection, our dentists will recommend extraction.
Root canal therapy isn't an option for some due to a health condition or compromised immune system. In these cases, tooth extraction is recommended.
A severely weakened tooth or a tooth with a crack that extends below the gumline will need to be extracted.
A tooth will need to be extracted when it is trapped under the gums or jawbone tissue. This is most commonly seen in wisdom teeth.
We can perform tooth extraction if your incoming wisdom teeth would crowd your other teeth or if you need more room for orthodontic treatment.
When left untreated, gum disease can weaken the jawbone and connective tissue around your tooth, causing the need for extraction.
Do You Think You Need a Tooth Extraction? Contact Our Dearborn Dental Office
Are you experiencing dental pain or severe sensitivity? Delaying treatment can cause damage to your surrounding teeth and gums and require more extensive and expensive dental work.
If we cannot save your tooth, our dentists can provide quick and safe tooth extractions in our Dearborn office. We also offer several restoration options to replace the extracted tooth or teeth and give you a seamless smile.
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Words will not suffice to explain my amazing experience today... When Dr. Mark walked in, he explained in detail what the plan is for the day... I quickly felt at ease, and calm... He then began working on my extraction, I worked myself up preparing for the moment I hear cracking, grinding, and breaking of the tooth. I was thinking wow when is he going to start grinding?? A minute later, he told me the procedure was over! I couldn't believe my eyes/ears. I literally didnt feel anything!... he even called me in the evening to check on how I was doing! What a great doctor and staff! Do not go anywhere else, believe me! Waseem Baydoun
Restorations Our Dearborn Practice Offers To Complete Your Smile After Extraction
A dental bridge can replace one or several consecutive missing teeth. A traditional dental bridge is supported by the two teeth neighboring the gap. The two neighboring teeth are prepped so the dental bridge can fit securely on top. We also offer implant-supported bridges to provide extra support and allow your natural teeth to remain unaffected.
Dental implants are titanium posts that are surgically placed into your jawbone to provide a sturdy base for your restorations. After a tooth is extracted, our dentists can place a dental implant in the space and connect a crown, bridge, or denture. When attached to implants, your restorations will remain secure and will not slide, shift, or slip out of place.
When supported by an implant, a crown can replace a single extracted tooth to restore your oral function and appearance. A crown looks and feels just like your natural teeth, allowing you to chew, speak, and smile with ease following tooth extraction.
Ready To Learn About Your Options? Contact Our Dentistry Practice
During your consultation at our Dearborn clinic, Drs. Luria and Allswang can walk you through the process of tooth extraction and your restoration options. For example, your customized treatment could include dental sedation, extraction, and implants if they think it would help achieve your oral health goals.
You don't need to see an oral surgeon for your extraction. Our experienced dentists can provide top-quality care to ensure your oral health needs are met. They take the time to get to know each patient's goals so they can offer honest recommendations.
Contact our Dearborn, MI, practice to request your consultation and to learn more about the tooth extraction process and your restoration options.
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The Tooth Extraction Process What You Can Expect During Treatment
We offer sedation to ensure your comfort from start to finish.
Follow Your Dentist's Instructions to Prevent Dry Socket
A dry socket can develop within the first few days after any adult tooth is extracted. This condition occurs when a blood clot dissolves too quickly or gets dislodged before the treatment area heals. When the blood clot is no longer present, it creates a space known as a dry socket. Dry sockets expose the underlying nerves to the air, causing intense pain. You can prevent a dry socket by following your dentist's aftercare instructions.
Healing After an Extraction Do's and Don'ts During Your Recovery
The severity of your pain will vary from person to person but largely depend on the complexity of your extraction. You can usually manage any discomfort with over-the-counter medication. Use any pain medications as directed.
Swelling can be expected following any tooth extraction. Apply a cold compress as needed to help reduce inflammation. It can also be helpful to sleep with your head propped up on pillows.
Avoid Strenuous Activity
Intense exercise or strenuous activity can increase bleeding and swelling. Wait at least three days before resuming routine exercise or strenuous lifting.
Skip Hard Foods
Hard and sticky food like chips or taffy can damage the extraction site, cause bleeding, and dislodge a blood clot. Stick to soft foods until the extraction site has fully healed.
Drinking through a straw can cause your blood clot to become dislodged and a dry socket to form. Avoid straws until your mouth has fully healed following extraction.
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