Patient Education Videos
Single Crown (CAD/CAM)
Filling Versus Crown (Impression)
A common service in any general dental practice is a tooth extraction. An extraction involves removing an entire tooth, including its roots. There are a number of reasons a patient could need an extraction. Teeth that might need to be extracted include if they are badly damaged or diseased beyond repair, or during childhood, when baby teeth fail to fall out quickly enough to create space for emerging permanent teeth.
Third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, typically erupt during young adulthood and can contribute to many types of oral health issues including improper tooth alignment, infections, TMJ disorder and discomfort such as facial pain and headaches. Removing wisdom teeth is often considered a preventative measure to preserve oral health and well being. When performing tooth extractions, our dentists take great care to provide a pleasant and comfortable experience.