Tooth extractions are necessary to remove non-restorable or infected teeth from the oral cavity. It is important to know about the periodontal ligament that experiences destruction from periodontal abscesses, as well as the supporting bone structure.
This is why a biological extraction is important. During the extraction procedure, our Doctors will remove all diseased tissues along with the non-restorable tooth.
The outstanding difference in a tooth extraction lies in the education of removing surrounding diseased tissues, if left in tact, it will only slow or inhibit total healing. Unresolved infections lead to chronic degenerative diseases throughout the body, depressing the immune system.
The intensity of a tooth extraction is unpredictable; mentor-ships, education, and experiences guide the doctors in the oral surgery process to ensure the patient is properly cared for. Patients will be provided cold laser treatment in the chair to increase successful healing, along with home care instructions and the comfort healing protocol.
WHY DO WE LOOSE A TOOTH ?
- Infection: extensively decayed tooth that is infected and can not be restored due to amount of damage.
- Fracture: extensive fracture that can not be repaired with any type of dental restoration.