In some cases where all options are exhausted and the teeth cannot be saved, teeth removal becomes necessary.
If the tooth has been so structurally weakened or becomes loose from advance periodontal (gum) disease, we may not have a choice other than to remove the diseased tooth.
Very large cavities or deep fractures can cause the tooth to be so weakened that it may not be worth saving.
Advance periodontal (gum) disease can render the tooth so loose that it becomes painful when chewing. This also necessitates the removal of the tooth.
We strive to perform teeth extractions with the least discomfort, utilizing the gentlest techniques.