Auckland family dental believes in preventive dentistry to minimize dental complications later in life.
Taking care of your oral health means better health and general well-being.
For broken, infected, crowded or badly decayed teeth, our dentists offer pain-free and quick extractions.
Our team will always strive to restore your natural teeth with options such as fillings, crowns and more; however, in the case that other options are not suitable an extraction may be necessary.
Tooth extraction becomes essential when a tooth is:
We evaluate your dental condition carefully to determine if extraction is the best course of action. Common reasons for tooth extraction include:
Our dentists will carefully assess whether removal is necessary for your oral health.
If you're concerned about preserving your natural teeth, it's essential to understand your options.
Your dentist will assess the condition of your tooth and recommend the most suitable treatment, which may include:
If your natural tooth is salvageable, a dental filling may be the recommended solution. This involves repairing the tooth by filling cavities or damaged areas with appropriate materials, restoring its integrity and function.
In cases where your tooth needs more extensive restoration or has suffered significant damage, a dental crown may be advised. A crown covers the entire tooth, providing protection, strength, and cosmetic improvement.
When the pulp inside your tooth is infected or damaged, a root canal treatment may be necessary to save the tooth. This procedure involves removing the infected pulp, disinfecting the root canal, and sealing it to prevent further issues.
When preparing for your dental consultation at Auckland Family Dental, there's no need for any specific preparation. However, it's essential to have your dental and medical history readily available for a thorough assessment.
Take Pre-operative Medication: Ensure you take any pre-operative medication as prescribed by your dentist.
Accompanying Person: Have a trusted companion accompany you to the appointment and arrange for transportation to and from the clinic.
Fasting Protocol: Adhere to the pre-sedation fasting protocol provided by your dentist. This is crucial to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the sedation.
Comfortable Attire: Wear something warm and comfortable with loose sleeves to enhance your comfort during and after the procedure.
For patients who have undergone a wisdom teeth extraction procedure, here are some important post-operative care instructions:
Ice Packs: Use ice packs as much as possible during the initial 48 hours after surgery to reduce swelling.
Mouth Rinsing: Avoid rinsing your mouth on the day of the surgery, as it may lead to bleeding.
Smoking: It's crucial to refrain from smoking for as long as possible after surgery to promote proper healing.
Hot Food and Drinks: Be cautious when consuming hot food and beverages to prevent any discomfort.
Soft Food Diet: Stick to a soft food diet during the initial days following the extraction to avoid any irritation.
Rinsing: On the day following the removal, rinse your mouth three times a day after meals with warm, salty water to maintain oral hygiene.
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If you undergo a tooth extraction, you don't have to live with a gap in your smile. You can explore replacement options, such as:
A dental bridge is a custom-made prosthetic that fills the gap left by the extracted tooth. It is anchored to adjacent teeth, restoring both the appearance and functionality of your smile.
A dental implant is a durable and natural-looking solution. It involves placing an artificial tooth root into the jawbone, providing a sturdy foundation for a replacement tooth. This not only restores your smile but also supports proper chewing and prevents adjacent teeth from shifting.
Filling the gaps with artificial teeth not only serves a cosmetic purpose but also ensures you can enjoy the full function of your smile, including eating and speaking.
It's crucial to discuss your options with your dentist before any extraction, including tooth removal NZ, to make an informed decision about the best course of action for your oral health and overall well-being.
Contact one of our experienced dentists today to discuss your specific situation and explore the options available to save your natural teeth or replace missing ones.
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