Your Tooth Extraction Experts

questions and answers plaqueRest assured that if you are in need of a tooth to be removed, you are in good hands at your local dentist in Shrewsbury, Ma. The dental professionals pride themselves on ensuring a comfortable experience for their patients and minimizing discomfort to little to none. In the unfortunate circumstance of needing a tooth extraction, a few potential causes could be the reason, such as: tooth decay, bacterial infection, or traumatic damage. To learn more, read the frequently asked questions in this post.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does removing a tooth hurt?

A: The dental professionals at Modern Dentistry of Shrewsbury provide various comforting and sedation techniques to ensure pain and discomfort are reduced to a minimum or completely snuffed out entirely. Ironically, the amount of pain most individuals feel with the infected or damaged tooth outweighs the near non-existent discomfort they would feel if they had the tooth extracted.

Q: What is a tooth extraction?

A: It is the careful and precise removal of a tooth from your mouth due to identified reasons that would otherwise not be curable if the tooth remained.

Q: Why remove the tooth?

A: If your dentist advises extraction, there is a valid reason for it. The following list is a non-exhaustive representation of why removing your tooth is more beneficial than leaving it in your mouth:

Q: What are the benefits?

A: Depending on the reason for removing the tooth or teeth the benefits can vary. On a general note, the alignment of your teeth can be threatened by an impacted wisdom tooth or the tooth growing in at an angle. Keeping your teeth aligned reduces the chances for a myriad of oral health issues and concerns. Also, removing the tooth has a high percentage of remedying the discomfort or even pain you scheduled the visit for in the first place.

ABOUT YOUR SHREWSBURY DENTISTS:

At Modern Dentistry, Todd A. Pizzi, DDS, and Luciana Messina, DDS, are dedicated to providing high-quality cosmetic, restorative, and preventive dentistry services to patients and families in Shrewsbury, Worcester, North and South Grafton, Westborough, Southborough, Northborough, Boylston, Hopkinton, Millbury, and all surrounding communities. To schedule your next appointment, contact our office by calling (508) 842-6356 today.