Dental Implants Are the Answer
A broken tooth makes daily activities painful and embarrassing. You may be having trouble smiling, eating, and speaking confidently. When not caused by trauma, a broken tooth is usually the result of internal decay and a weakened structure. Left in your mouth, a broken tooth spreads infection to surrounding teeth and bone. While tooth extractions are our last resort, advanced decay usually makes them the best course for your dental and physical health. If this becomes necessary, count on the experience and compassion of Dr. Saleh Elahwal and Dr. Germain Jean-Charles. They’ll ensure you are free from pain and stress during extraction with IV sedation or other sedation options. Trained in a variety of preventive procedures, they can also recommend a tooth replacement option after your procedure. For many, a dental implant is often the most ideal long-term option.