The purpose of every treatment we perform is to preserve your natural teeth, but sometimes, the best thing to do is to simply remove one. Tooth extractions can be needed for many reasons, commonly because of severe decay or damage and to prepare the area for a dental implant. There is no need to fear tooth extractions; they are quite common. In fact, they are one of the most common procedures our dentists complete. We understand, however, that losing a natural tooth can cause distress, and we handle tooth extractions in Aurora, COwith the utmost care, offering a variety of sedation options if needed. If you have been experiencing severe tooth pain or your tooth is loose due to damage or decay, we recommend that you schedule a visit to our office today!
When tooth extractions are necessary
A tooth is too damaged to be restored
To make room for orthodontic treatment
To make room for a set of dentures
To replace the tooth with a dental implant
Dental Implants: The permanent tooth replacement
Restorations after teeth extractions improve oral function and, in some cases, appear more attractive and healthier than the original tooth. Of all the replacement options, dental implants remain the most ideal long-term for both functional and aesthetic purposes. For many patients, the option to replace teeth with a permanent and healthy solution like dental implants makes it easier to undergo tooth extractions.
At your appointment, we will apply topical anesthetic to numb the area. Next, using specialized dental tools, we carefully extract the tooth to minimize damage to the bone and soft tissue. If you choose to replace your tooth with a dental implant, we will refer you to our partnering oral surgeon or periodontist to have your implant expertly placed. Our own cosmetic dentists have decades of experience and are skilled in restoring smiles after tooth extractions with custom, life-like restorations. If you have concerns about tooth extractions in Aurora, CO, we do all we can to help make your appointment safe, comfortable, and pleasant.
Schedule a consultation with our implant dentists today.
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