PROBLEM V/S SOLUTIONS and tooth removal is the last one to go for
- CAVITY - GO FOR TOOTH COLORED FILLING
- DEEP CAVITY WITH PAIN - GO FOR ROOT CANAL TREATMENTAFRAID OF RCT - GO FOR ROTARY , PAINLESS RCT
- FRACTURED TOOTH - GO FOR RCT + CAP/ CROWN
- BAD SMELL AND BLEEDING GUMS - GO FOR TEETH CLEANING AND POLISHING
- YELLOW TEETH AND STAINS ON TEETH - GO FOR TEETH WHITENING
- MISSING TEETH - IMPLANTS OR FIXED CROWNS AND BRIDGES
- MALALIGNED TEETH - BRACES
- MOBILE TEETH - GET SPLINTING DONE
Nothing can take the place of natural healthy teeth, each and every tooth is important.
Saving your natural tooth should always be your first choice when dental care is needed. Nothing, not even the most advanced bridges, and implants, can truly replace your natural tooth.
- If your dentist recommends extracting your tooth, ask if an endodontist can help save it with a root canal. This endodontic treatment removes the injured pulp (soft inner tissue) of your tooth and fills and seals that space.
- Your tooth is then restored and can function just like any other tooth for the rest of your life, ensuring comfortable chewing and a natural appearance.
- Endodontists can often save the most severely injured teeth.
Do everything possible to save your teeth before considering extraction. Nothing is as good as your natural tooth!
Benefits of Your Natural Tooth
From our experience, there is no better implant than the natural tooth. Saving your natural tooth has several benefits that cannot be received from dental implants. By saving your natural tooth, you maintain the natural structure of your mouth and jaw allowing you to continue chewing normally.
When you replace a tooth with an implant, sometimes the implant does not fill the space completely. Spaces between your teeth can lead to bone loss and collapse. Your teeth then move around to fill the space. This changes the overall positioning of your teeth and may lead to the collapse of the bite, a situation known as occlusion. Not only does this alter your natural appearance it also creates chewing difficulties. More treatment is required to fix these problems.
Your teeth do much more than just mechanically chew food. Teeth contain nerves that communicate with the brain. These messages tell your brain how hard to chew, thereby protecting your teeth from biting too hard. Implants have no nerves and so the sensory connection with the brain is lost and this communication is not possible.
SPLINTING DONE TO FIX THEM