Sarasota Dental Arts

Signs You Might Need an Extraction, and What to Do Next

June 26, 2018
Posted By: Kaya Aygen, D.M.D.

Your tooth was hurting, but you waited to visit your dentist thinking some ibuprofen and a good night's rest would help you feel better. You found out that was not the case when the ibuprofen didn't help and you tooth kept you up all night. Now it might be too late to save your tooth, and you find yourself facing a tooth extraction. Here's what you should know.

A Tooth Extraction

If you need a tooth extracted, Sarasota Dental Arts is the place you should be since Dr. Kaya Aygen is highly skilled and experienced in both surgical and simple extractions. Whatever your needs may be, we've got you covered. Dr. Aygen will make sure that you're comfortable throughout your procedure, and he's also there to support you during your recovery process.

Replacing a Missing Tooth

Losing a tooth is devastating not only to your confidence but also your oral health, and it's important to think about replacing your lost tooth as soon as possible. This is because without a root, your bone will begin to deteriorate. Without a new tooth, your neighboring teeth will begin to shift causing bite misalignment.

Dr. Aygen can help with Sarasota dental implants. A dental implant is the best replacement for your tooth that dentistry has to offer because it restores both your lost root and tooth. This will keep your bone healthy and stimulated, while also restoring the function and aesthetics of your smile.

Options for Dental Sedation

If a tooth extraction seems daunting to you due to fear or anxiety, Dr. Aygen can also help. He is certified to provide IV sedation, which can help you feel at ease during a surgical procedure so you can get the treatment needed to protect your oral health.

If you need a tooth removed, don't delay your treatment. In order to avoid bigger problems in the long run, contact Sarasota Dental Arts today to learn more about how we can help you.

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