EXTRACTION

TOOTH IS COMPLETELY REMOVED FROM IT'S SOCKET

WHEN?

  •  Severe tooth decay (cavities): acid in the mouth wear down or erode, a tooth’s hard outer layer, and progresses to middle and innermost layer of the tooth.
  • Severe trauma: fracture tooth or cracked tooth that can cause your tooth to break or split.
  • Severe bone loss (gum periodontal disease) it is an infection that gets worse over time and cause the loss of bone supporting the teeth.
  • An impacted tooth, due to no room for the teeth to emerge or teeth may also become twisted, tilted , or displaced as they try to emerge .

WHY?

  • Reduces harmful bacteria that can damage the rest of your teeth and gums.
  • Removing your affected tooth give you the best chance for optimal oral health.
  • Ease dental pain almos immediatly especially if your tooth was severely broken or infected.

DENTAL IMPLANTS

ARTIFICIAL TEETH THAT LOOK AND FUNCTION MUCH LIKE REAL ONES

WHEN?

  • Replaces a single tooth or several teeth.
  • Dental implants can offer a welcome alternative to support partial or full dentures.

WHY?

  • Restore the ability to chew: dental implants are anchored in your jaw bone just like natural teeth, allowing you to chew your food better and speak more clearly.
  • Restore cosmetic appearance, design to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. Give you the confidence to smile and eat.
  • Helps keep the jawbone from shrinking due to bone loss cause by the empty space produce by your missing teeth.
  • Helps keep adjacent (nearby) teeth stable. Preserve natural tooth tissue by avoiding the need to cut down adjacent teeth for conventional bridgework.
  • Improve quality of life.
  • Dental implants can prevent facial sagging and premature aging: missing teeth can produce excess wrinkles around the mouth, thinning lips and more pointed chin making the person look a lot older than his or her true age.