Tooth pain and any other dental issues are pretty common to most people. It can sometimes be extremely unbearable and will require you to visit the dentist. If you are experiencing a dental emergency, we provide walk-in emergency care to help tend to your needs. We do our best to accommodate patients who are in need of urgent care. Do not tolerate your pain if you are experiencing extreme discomfort. Visit or contact our office and we will do our best to give you instant relief.
Chipped, cracked, or broken tooth/teeth
Partially dislodged tooth/teeth
Lost crown or filling
Objects stuck between the teeth
Soft tissue injury which includes any of the following cheeks, gums, lips, and tongue
Root canal therapy is administered to save and fully restore a natural tooth when the pulp and the nerve chamber of a damaged tooth have been infected to the point of causing an abscess in the surrounding area of said tooth. A sign of an infected root canal is when your teeth start becoming particularly sensitive to hot and cold sensations and if you are experiencing extreme pain while chewing and biting. The procedure for root canal therapy involves: removing infected pulp inside the tooth, cleaning and shaping the root canal, and placing a filling to seal the space.
Elimination of infection
Elimination of tooth pain and sensitivity
Restoration of health, appearance, and function of the affected tooth
A reduced risk that the tooth will need to be extracted
Minimize overall health risks associated with tooth infection
Wisdom teeth are the four third set of molars located at the top and bottom of the back of your mouth. They usually appear between the ages of 12 and 25 and are extracted depending on the condition of your teeth. If you are lucky enough, you might be one of the 35% of people who are born without wisdom teeth and don’t have to worry about them. However, if you’re not, then you might still be lucky because not everyone needs to get their wisdom teeth removed. You need to get your wisdom teeth extracted if they are hidden under the gums and can’t erupt through the surface because it can damage your jaw. Also, inflammation in the gums, pain in the jaw, and difficulty to open and close mouth are signs that you need to undergo wisdom teeth extraction.
The dental professional will offer you a sedative or anesthetic for you to experience zero to minimal pain
An incision in the gum tissue will be made to expose the teeth and the bone
The bone that blocks access to the tooth root will be removed
The tooth will be divided and will be turned into pieces
Removal of the tooth
The site will be cleaned of any debris from the tooth or bone
The wound will be stitched closed
We use LANAP to treat gum disease.
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