Teeth Extraction Services of Chantilly's Finest Dentists
Tooth extraction is the process of having a tooth extracted, or removed, from your mouth, which leaves a hole or a cavity that may be either filled by another tooth, or possibly covered with a prosthetic tooth. Crowns may be implemented before a tooth extraction is performed, as tooth extractions mainly occur when there is damage to a tooth. However, if the damage is not severe, it could be rectified by repairing the tooth with some glue. Just kidding. Dentists do not glue a chipped tooth together, although the glue is white like your teeth. All jokes aside, if the damage to your tooth is not severe, it can be rectified by repairing the tooth, putting a crown over your tooth, or other dental repair procedures.
However, if the damage is exceptionally great, teeth extractions tend to be the result of it all. Extractions leave room for other teeth to grow. For example, during the late teenage years or the early twenties, most people have their wisdom teeth removed, and you know why. Because the wisdom teeth can cause crooked teeth due to the clustering of the other teeth. It is also painful. You have seen people that had crooked teeth, and we assume that you do not want your teeth to look like that. However, whatever your reason may be, teeth extractions are useful to reduce teeth crowding.
In addition to teeth crowding, if your tooth is especially prone to infection, would you keep that tooth. If someone has an extremely infectious disease, and it can spread to others, would you not quarantine the person? It would prevent the spread and possible death of the surrounding people. However, your teeth cannot be quarantined. Can you guess why? (How would you breathe? Where would your teeth go?) Regardless, if your teeth are prone to infection, it makes the most sense to remove the tooth so that the other teeth, gums, and rest of your body does not become susceptible to infections, diseases, or some other unwanted result.
Here are some interesting side notes that come with teeth extractions. Most teeth extractions usually come with the doctor applying an anesthetic agent. You can infer that the use of an anesthetic means that the procedure might cause some unwanted pain. If you guessed that, then you are correct. However, the tooth extraction does not last longer than one dental visit, so we may schedule an appointment for you in Chantilly now. However, after a tooth extraction in Chantilly, there may be some effects after the tooth is removed. You may need to take some painkillers to reduce the pain that may occur after the anesthetic wears off. In addition, the area where the tooth lived may start to bleed, indicating that you should have an ice pack or a tissue to capture the new found blood. Eventually the blood platelets will clot the blood, preventing massive blood overflow. It usually takes a few days to a couple of weeks to heal. Over time, the remaining teeth may fill in the gap that is now available. Similar to an empty home that can now be leased, eventually people will swoop to occupy the area. We can assist with what to do with the gap in your mouth, if you send your inquiries to us.
However, on another note, at Chantilly's Finest Dentists, we provide quality and amazing dental office services to the fine residents in Chantilly, VA. We provide great medical care for residents, despite their insurance plans, and are willing to work with them on any and all of their issues. Our primary motive is to serve with the highest dental code of excellence and to practice dentistry to highest standard. Whether you want one tooth extraction or multiple teeth extractions, we are here to serve you to the best of our ability. Whenever you want quality dentists to work on your beautiful smile, fill out a quote form to get a response or call the finest dentists of Chantilly at (571) 253-7025! We will not disappoint. Guaranteed.
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