Occasionally, a tooth can’t be saved with options such as a root canal. In such cases, we can comfortably remove the tooth. Then, if you’d like to replace it, we’ll detail all possible restorations that would suit your situation.
In some cases, a patient’s tooth will need to be removed to prevent the patient from suffering further pain and discomfort. It is always our dentist’s aim to save a tooth, however at the same time, we must do what is best for each individual patient’s long-term oral health and well-being. Read More
The professional team at Kisumu Dental Center are experienced and highly-trained in extractions, including wisdom teeth removal. Because of this, we are able to perform extractions within our practice, allowing the patient to undergo this procedure in the safety and comfort of our dental surgery.
When Does a Tooth Need to Be Extracted?
There are a number of concerns which may cause a tooth to be extracted, including if it is infected (abscessed), severely decayed, or suffering from crowding, disease, or trauma. If a tooth has been treated with endodontic surgery (root canal) and hasn’t responded to this treatment, then this may also result in the tooth being removed.
Wisdom teeth, on the other hand, usually experience problems when there is not enough space at the back of the jaw to accommodate them. Because of this, many issues may arise, including: –
If patients are experiencing any of the signs and symptoms above, it is strongly advised that they seek treatment with our dental professionals sooner, rather than later. Delaying extraction can lead to more serious or painful concerns down the track.
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In our dentistry, before the dental extraction, a panoramic x-ray is necessary for the oral surgeon to be able to evaluate and plan for the surgery.