Dr. David Eshom • 858-201-4475[email protected]

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The words “oral surgeon” uttered by your regular dentist might spark fear into your heart: fear of pain that you might experience in a dentist’s chair. There’s nothing to be concerned about if your dentist tells you to make a visit. In fact, the most common oral surgery is a simple tooth extraction. The following strategies should provide you with the peace of mind to face your oral surgery appointment with confidence.

Call our San Diego dental office at 858-352-7576 to schedule an appointment.

A dental problem often seems minor when it first arises, but it is far more likely to worsen and become a larger problem later on if it’s ignored. A common example is wisdom teeth development, which appear in the vast majority of young adults. They may seem harmless, but wisdom teeth can easily become impacted. Patients with impacted teeth are at a very high risk for infection.

Infection is a tooth problem that is often ignored. But infection can result from tooth decay and can cause permanent harm to a tooth. If there’s no treatment, the decay can worsen to the point of severe illness, affecting more teeth and causing further damage; due to this, extracting decayed teeth is suggested as an effective way to treat the problem. The tooth can be removed via surgery which will in tern totally dismiss the potential of further spreading.

Surgery doesn’t necessary involve removal of something from the body as many people think. Oral surgery also includes adding something to replace missing teeth. Not everyone thinks that a missing or lost tooth needs to be replaced with something. When a tooth falls out or is pulled out, the bone where that tooth was rooted will begin to deteriorate.

Deciding to go with the right dentist to deal with your case is one of the main factors to consider when it come to oral surgery. It may seem overwhelming, but getting the right dentist is a big part of improving your oral health. Always make certain that you choose a dentist who has the training and the skills to correctly treat your condition.

Your dentist will never advise you to have surgery done without there being a very strong necessity for the operation. Usually the surgery is done when there’s no other method of the patient healing. This treatment comes with its own benefits and helps you make the right decision.

Oral surgery covers different conditions, injuries and deformities that are related to jaw and mouth. Problems in the face, both with the soft and the hard tissues, fall into the expertise of an oral surgeon. Oral surgery is effective in a significant way when it involves resolving cosmetic and restoratove problems. Tooth extraction is one form of oral surgery that is done by many people in the world.

Call our San Diego dental office at 858-352-7576 to schedule an appointment.

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