Broken Teeth In An Accident? Go For Tooth Extractions Montgomery County PA

Teeth add to the beauty of the face. Smile improves the appearance of a person and is an instant attraction for the people. Teeth need to be cared for at all times, brushing, cleaning, rinsing, need to be a part of the daily routine. In case of neglect the teeth show signs of disease and they start to disintegrate. Plague and tartar deposits start to develop and settle under the gum line, leading to the loosening and decay of teeth.

Periodontal diseases can cause loss of teeth and bone destruction. People also complain of tooth troubles like excess number of teeth clambering one on top of the other, bone diseases, tumors or growths, accidental breakage, decay, gum or tooth disease. These can be bad news for the teeth and the suffering to the teeth or gums may lead to further complications in the oral cavity and the human body if the infection travels inwards. At times like this people need to fix a dental appointment and the dentist may schedule them for removal of teeth.

Tooth extractions Montgomery County PA are carried out when the teeth have been damaged beyond repair and there is no other option but to remove them. A loosened tooth or misaligned teeth may need to be removed to be corrected for braces and implants. Any kind of teeth that has been eaten away totally by decay, or have been grossly damaged in an accident, or trauma may be the reason for grave distress and pain. After experimenting with methods like filling the cavity, fitting a crown, scheduling a root canal, braces, the tooth may still show signs of disease. This is when the tooth needs to be taken out or extracted.

For tooth extractions Montgomery County PA, the dentist has to take an x-ray and see where the problem lies. Then an oral anesthesia is generally injected to numb the area and reduce the discomfort and pain that can result because of removing the tooth, which is tightly fixed in the socket. The area where the tooth is extracted from its socket starts to bleed because the roots of the tooth are deep seated. In worse cases, a bone graft or a bone replacement surgery has to be done.

There can be various reasons why the teeth are extracted. Fitting in of braces, extra teeth blocking other teeth from showing up, making space and realigning crooked teeth, impacted teeth, teeth with a cyst formation at the base of gum, painful and inflamed wisdom teeth, strong medications which have left brittle and ruined teeth, in all these cases teeth extractions may be scheduled. The dentist can then start to plan the ideal way to extract them.

The dentist will keep a close eye on your medical records, medicines being taken and dental history. The teeth are studied closely according to the sinuses and the placement of inferior alveolar nerve along with the teeth that are to be removed. After the teeth are removed, the dentist sometimes prescribes antibiotic treatment for better infection-free healing, but this is done after a lot thought. Generally antibiotics are given to people with low immunity, infectious teeth, prolonged surgery or some other medical reason.