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Other Dental Treatments

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Procedure:

Tooth extraction involves the removal of a tooth from its socket in the jawbone. This procedure may be necessary for various reasons, such as severe tooth decay, advanced gum disease, or impacted wisdom teeth.

Types:

Simple Extraction: Typically done for visible and accessible teeth.

Surgical Extraction: Involves more complex cases, such as impacted or broken teeth.

Procedure:

 

  • Surgical tooth extraction is performed for teeth that are not easily accessible or require more complex removal. This may include impacted wisdom teeth or teeth with extensive decay.

  • The dentist or oral surgeon may need to make a small incision in the gum to access the tooth and remove it.

Procedure:

Root canal treatment is performed to treat a damaged or infected tooth pulp. The pulp, which contains nerves and blood vessels, is removed, and the inside of the tooth is cleaned, disinfected, and sealed.

Purpose:

This procedure is done to save a tooth from extraction and alleviate pain caused by infection or inflammation in the tooth's pulp.

Procedure:

Composite restoration, commonly known as a tooth-colored filling, is used to repair a tooth that has decay or damage. The decayed or damaged portion of the tooth is removed, and a tooth-colored composite material is used to fill the cavity.

Benefits:

Composite fillings blend seamlessly with the natural tooth color, providing a more aesthetically pleasing result compared to traditional amalgam fillings.

These dental treatments address various oral health concerns and are performed to restore or maintain the health and functionality of teeth. It's important to consult with a dentist to determine the most appropriate treatment based on individual needs and conditions. Regular dental check-ups and preventive care contribute to overall oral health and can help identify and address issues early on.

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