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Benefits of Tooth Extraction

Posted on 1/23/2023 by Pacific Oral and Facial Surgery Center
Benefits of Tooth ExtractionOne of the most common oral procedures is dental implant surgery. Many people are afraid of going to the dentist because they may need to have a tooth extracted. Dental anxiety is a common issue, especially given how long dental implants can last. However, given the benefits of dental implants, you should not be afraid of undergoing the procedure. Furthermore, you should be aware that modern dentistry generally emphasizes a cautious approach, and your dentist will only extract a tooth if it is absolutely required. Here are some of the potential benefits of dental implants.

It Provided Relieve from Discomfort

Many of the reasons for dental appointments are connected to oral discomfort. Sometimes the source of the problem is obvious, but other times extra investigation is required. Nonetheless, problems that necessitate dental implants will always result in discomfort and pain. Under extreme conditions, the infection may have progressed to the tooth roots. The dental implant process helps relieve the pain and discomfort.

It Resolves Inherent Problems with the Teeth

Apart from the pain relief, the eventual tooth extraction is almost always the only way to address the underlying problem. If a tooth infection is not treated, it can swiftly spread to other regions of the body, resulting in further complications. At this time, the tooth is usually beyond saving, and extraction is the only alternative remaining. Extraction, therefore, solves some of the biggest issues.

Protects your Other Teeth from Damage and Injury

Tooth decay and gum disease can swiftly spread to adjoining teeth, making it impossible to salvage them. However, in many circumstances, having the troublesome tooth extracted helps protect the health of the neighboring teeth. In the long run, one single lost tooth is better than numerous missing teeth.

A tooth extraction offers several benefits and is not a procedure to be afraid of. Reach out to us today for a consultation.
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