Many people don’t consider their teeth outside of brushing and flossing. However, when problems arise with our teeth, we’re suddenly unsure what to do or even what caused the problems. Tooth extraction in Port Orange might be necessary for a number of reasons like these.
Wisdom teeth are the last set of molars in the upper and lower jaw. When they’re aligned correctly, there isn’t a problem. The problem comes when the wisdom teeth aren’t upright.
Some wisdom teeth fail to erupt through the gums. They crowd the molars and cause pain. The molars then have to be pulled, so the wisdom teeth can be extracted and not overcrowd the teeth.
Teeth need room to move about and align themselves properly. When they can’t do this, they’re overcrowded. Extracting a few teeth gives the remaining teeth room to align correctly.
Sporting collisions and car accidents are typical causes of tooth damage. If the teeth aren’t cracked or split, they can be saved using dental bonding, veneers, crowns, and bridges. It’s when the trauma is substantial that tooth extraction in Port Orange becomes necessary.
Some health conditions and diseases like diabetes cause bone loss. When this happens, the root of the tooth has no anchor. The tooth will loosen and come out. Additionally, uncontrolled or poor control of diabetes causes high blood sugar levels in the mouth whose fluids aid in the harmful bacteria growth that damages teeth and gums.
Poor dental hygiene allows bacteria to run amok in the mouth. The bacteria gets inside the tooth to the pulp and causes infection. A root canal would clean the infection from the tooth, but if the infection is beyond repair, then the tooth will require extraction to keep the infection from spreading. To learn more about tooth extractions, contact Cardinal Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates at https://www.cardinaloms.com.