If you come to our dental practice with tooth pain, our dentist will be able to determine what is the exact cause, and best treatment for the tooth pain. There are times however when teeth cannot be treated and need to be extracted. There are also other reasons why you may need to have teeth extractions. If you would like to come into our office for a tooth extraction, we hope you will make an appointment to see our 02048 dentist
At our dental practice, Robert Sibilia DMD, our expert and highly trained dentist is Dr. Robert F. Sibilia. At our practice, we will do everything possible to try to save the tooth. If a tooth is infected, our dentist will most likely try to provide root canal therapy. However, there are times when teeth do need to be extracted, at which time we are able to perform simple and surgical extractions at our dental practice. If you need to have teeth extracted because they are cracked, or too seriously infected for successful root canal therapy, we will be able to replace the missing teeth with dental implants. Our 02048 dentist
will do everything possible to try to save the teeth, and to reduce your tooth pain. At our practice, we only use tooth extraction as a last option to treating tooth pain.
There are also times when a patient is having orthodontic care and they will need to have teeth extracted in order to make room for teeth to move into their proper positions. In this case, an orthodontist may order teeth extractions in order for the orthodontic care to take place. Wisdom teeth are commonly a source of extreme pain and infection. In fact, wisdom teeth more often than not are sources of tooth problems. Since wisdom teeth do not generally have room in the mouth to erupt, wisdom teeth are often extracted when they become infected or impacted. Wisdom teeth are not generally replaced with dental implants because part of the problem is that the human mouth was not meant to accommodate three sets of molars. For an appointment to see our 02048 dentist
regarding teeth extractions, contact us today. If this is an emergency situation and you are experiencing tooth pain, you will want to let our office staff know the reason for your call so they will be able to get you in to see our dentist as soon as possible.
Robert Sibilia DMD
25 North Main Street
Mansfield, MA 02048
By Robert F. Sibilia, DMD
August 15, 2016